Is Tech Blog Niche Saturated

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I am very intrested in Tech, Gadgets, etc.. And also like to start a blog mainly focus on Mobile Phones, Computers, Technology, Gaming, Camera etc. A blog like techradar . com .. But there are lots of blog focusing on this niche. Do u think this niche is saturated. Or still have a room for success
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  • Profile picture of the author Taniwha
    That isn't a niche. A niche would be something like, "Gadgets to get as a college student".
    You will have more luck if you narrow things down, focus on something specific, and churn out undeniable value.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheDuke
      Originally Posted by Taniwha View Post

      That isn't a niche. A niche would be something like, "Gadgets to get as a college student".
      You will have more luck if you narrow things down, focus on something specific, and churn out undeniable value.
      So can i go for above mentioned topic. I hope it have a Room in 2013
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by Taniwha View Post

      That isn't a niche. A niche would be something like, "Gadgets to get as a college student".
      You will have more luck if you narrow things down, focus on something specific, and churn out undeniable value.
      This.

      Can't really add much to this - this says it all.

      I don't really believe in saturation, but "techie stuff" is a market (and a huge one!) not a niche, and you need a niche. Statistically, your income is likely to be proportional to how accurately you can get highly targeted traffic for a niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author Taniwha
    If there's a market for it, and they're eager to purchase things, then yes. There will most likely always be room for small time bloggers.

    Focus on creating awesome content and getting it syndicated to various publications within your niche.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheDuke
      Originally Posted by Taniwha View Post

      That isn't a niche. A niche would be something like, "Gadgets to get as a college student".
      You will have more luck if you narrow things down, focus on something specific, and churn out undeniable value.
      Originally Posted by Taniwha View Post

      If there's a market for it, and they're eager to purchase things, then yes. There will most likely always be room for small time bloggers.

      Focus on creating awesome content and getting it syndicated to various publications within your niche.

      Any suggestion for getting good writers who report news very fast in this industry
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  • Profile picture of the author Taniwha
    Check out the warriors for hire section and message a few writers to see if they fits your needs. Other options are Freelancer and Odesk.

    Another thing you should do is to set up a few Google Alerts to get the breaking news in your niche sent straight to your email.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheDuke
      Originally Posted by Taniwha View Post

      Check out the warriors for hire section and message a few writers to see if they fits your needs. Other options are Freelancer and Odesk.

      Another thing you should do is to set up a few Google Alerts to get the breaking news in your niche sent straight to your email.

      Thanks For The Suggestion
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  • Profile picture of the author curationsoft
    I think the niche is just fine, they are still related to each other. just categorize them to make it more organized.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheDuke
      Originally Posted by curationsoft View Post

      I think the niche is just fine, they are still related to each other. just categorize them to make it more organized.
      Thanks For The Suggestion
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Narrowing your focus is fine and all, BUT make sure the sub-niche is profitable enough to be worth your bother. Use Google Keyword selector tool's competition level indicator to give you an idea regarding the commercial value of the niche.
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    • Profile picture of the author Lori Winsor
      You can do some evergreen articles that will be be relevant for a few months (that's evergreen in tech niche ) like how to protect your xxx, how to choose the xxx that suits your need and so.
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  • You can stay a broadly-based tech blog. That way you'll have lots to write about - the problem is keeping it updated, as the best tech blogs update multiple times a day (which keeps the Google bots coming back). That's a commitment that many aren't able to keep up with.
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  • Profile picture of the author arkina
    I think that even though there are many of them, there is still room to be successful. If it is what you are passionate about it, I say go for it.
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