Few Different Niches into One? Instead of Making Multiple Pages? Advice needed.

by V Mac
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I'm looking to get into Niche Marketing, creating valuable content through e-books, courses etc.
I've read The Circle Of Profit and The Laptop Millionaire.

I really like the idea of both and think this is something I'd be great at.
I'm thinking about making a Facebook Page (to get free traffic) but I'm torn between a page on Motivation/Self Development and one on Dating Advice. Since I know when I was posting a lot of motivational quotes people loved it and shared it. But I also notice people love to learn more about their relationships. And I'm really good with dating advice.
Could I maybe incorporate the two topics into 1 page? Providing they're all about bettering the important parts of our lives. And provide affiliate products through click bank there as well as some of my own.
Any suggestions or advice I'm open too.
I'm new to this forum and this system. Just want to figure out the best way to get this going.
#advice #making #multiple #needed #niches #pages
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  • Profile picture of the author Nick Million
    Yea it won't be too much work to maintain two separate presences. It make your marketing eaiser as well since you'll be able to laser target the needs of the two separate herds.
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  • Profile picture of the author shmeeko69
    What ever you do don't mix various niche areas in one site unless
    you're offering an open product review site.

    Just stick with one niche area per blog site.
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  • Profile picture of the author FiveStarFiverr
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    Originally Posted by V Mac View Post

    I'm looking to get into Niche Marketing, creating valuable content through e-books, courses etc.
    I've read The Circle Of Profit and The Laptop Millionaire.

    I really like the idea of both and think this is something I'd be great at.
    I'm thinking about making a Facebook Page (to get free traffic) but I'm torn between a page on Motivation/Self Development and one on Dating Advice. Since I know when I was posting a lot of motivational quotes people loved it and shared it. But I also notice people love to learn more about their relationships. And I'm really good with dating advice.
    Could I maybe incorporate the two topics into 1 page? Providing they're all about bettering the important parts of our lives. And provide affiliate products through click bank there as well as some of my own.
    Any suggestions or advice I'm open too.
    I'm new to this forum and this system. Just want to figure out the best way to get this going.
    I wouldn't do both together. While you want to relate them together, going narrow is better. If you try to put them together those not interested in dating advice won't stick around, which includes all the married people and those in committed relationships..

    If you like the dating side of things better, just go that way and share some motivational quotes every now and again.
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  • Profile picture of the author savidge4
    Oh jeeze..I would absolutely mix the 2. Relationships are the reflection of where you are. If you have an f'd up life.. you will have an f'd up relationship.... Developing a better YOU, will in turn develop better relationships... and I would probably go so far as to extend from dating to business relationships as well.

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    • Profile picture of the author Jason Kanigan
      Originally Posted by savidge4 View Post

      Oh jeeze..I would absolutely mix the 2. Relationships are the reflection of where you are. If you have an f'd up life.. you will have an f'd up relationship.... Developing a better YOU, will in turn develop better relationships... and I would probably go so far as to extend from dating to business relationships as well.

      Success in ALL phases of your life starts with SELF
      I think I agree (no coffee yet). Combining them could create a niche all on its own. And you'll never be stuck for what to talk about.
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    What about those that are interested in Motivation/Self Development are married?

    Set them up separately.
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  • Profile picture of the author 1Bryan
    It's the same thing.

    It takes generic self help and applies it to one aspect of life - dating.

    There's a reason why dating is a subcategory of Self Help on ClickBank.

    And you won't be first, nor the 1000th to combine the two.

    Every dating advice website ever has combined the 2.
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnVianny
    if you have really red the book The Circle of Profit, you know that you have to focus on a specifi niche and don't mix.

    Cause you are at the beginning i suggest you to focus on ONE OF THEM, cause you have to build a LIST!

    So don't waste your money on two different things: a page for the one you choose and use INSTAGRAM which has 83% more engagement than facebook now, connect your facebook page to the instagram profile.

    I also have that Book and it's plain simple to understand: of course you have to study in deep and focus.
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    • Profile picture of the author raincoast
      You could combine - and keep the focus on relationships, which could be any part of life.
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    nice article
    thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Hi V Mac,

    Huge fan of doing only 1 thing so you do it really well. We seek specialists; not generalists.

    Example: if I want self help advice I go to Tony Robbins. He is the self help guy. But if I want relationship advice I'd go to a relationship expert.

    Where your attention and energy goes, grows. Folks who give their energy to 1 niche/skill become successful and folks who give their energy to 2 niches/skills or more struggle to make either grow. Too much energy splitting.

    It's like folks who blog on blogging tips plus internet marketing. When these struggling bloggers wonder why I get all of my traffic and clout I answer: "Of course I should; I give all my attention and energy to the blogging tips niche so that expands for me."

    Where your attention and energy goes, grows. Pick 1 niche. Succeed with it.

    Ryan
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    One word of advice: Specialize.
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  • Profile picture of the author W.P. Allen
    Those are two separate niches and should be marketed to separately. Each niche is going to have separate issues/problems you'll need to address. Also, you want to narrow your focus down within those niches. For example, in the dating niche, you'd want to market to men age 28-35 who want to meet women to date (not just "pick up" - that's a different niche altogether). The reason you want to narrow your focus is so you can fine tune your sales message to speak to that demographic.
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