When newbies see the more experienced using the terms interchangeably they follow suit. Which exasperates the inaccurate terms even more. Now I here more people in the W.F using it the wrong way than the right way.
Question: What's the most profitable niche? What niche should I choose? (Ever heard that before here) .
Answer: Seasoned posters will give Weight Loss, Dating, Intenet Marketing or Health as a niche. For the record those are markets. A niche is a segment, part or piece of one of those markets.
So when someone ask what niche should I choose? Most of the time I think they're really asking what market should I choose? Other times they really want to know about a niche.
But it's sometimes confusing which one they mean. I think most people just give them the generic answers they've heard over and over again from others on this forum. I have no problem with that if it's used in the right context.
If I were a newbie and someone confused these two simple terms I'd wonder what other wrong advice they were giving me.
Can the Genie ever be put back in the bottle now?
Your thoughts please.
End of Rant.
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