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Published On: September 1, 2014
Author: Eric Oliver

Create Your Niche, Target Your Customers

Create your niche and focus on one thing to help you get a better return on investment. Why should you create your niche? Find out in our article.

Create Your Own Niche

Create Your Own Niche

Finding and building a niche is certainly one of the most important things in developing a successful online business. Many experts agree that this process is more important than your knowledge in coding, copy writing and other similar things. This is the main reason why many website owners and businesses get only few visitors per day while others get thousands of unique visitors each day. When we talk about individuals many people start a website linked with their personal interests. Although this option is convenient and logical, it is absolutely wrong if you are planning to make money online. In order to do that you will have to do some research, find trending niches and focus on them. If you are building a website as a company owner you must focus on the niche where your products or services belong and create your niche to help you stand out. Once again, you will have to do some research about the market, see how your rivals work on the internet and use that knowledge.

We have mentioned the word niche several times but do you know what does this word exactly mean? Niche is a term used to describe a part of the market that you choose to cover. Every service/product provider must choose his niche because he risks a complete failure of the business project.

By building a niche you will be able to address a specific group of people and although this may sound odd (because you will feel like losing all the other groups of clients) this is the best (if not the only) way to be successful on the internet. In this way you can choose suitable marketing campaigns and most importantly you will attract relevant clients. High number of visitors is always important but what is even better is to get targeted audience on your website. That’s exactly why you need a clear vision about your niche. Don’t mix it with unnecessary areas and have a clear niche.

There is no doubt that your business will probably fail (at least on the internet) if you are trying to attract everyone. If you want to send a message to the whole world, you will have to make it too broad and too general making it unattractive. You must build a narrower niche. In this way you will create an image of an expert company or individual rather than trying to be “expert on any topic”. This will make you or your company more relevant and people will feel easier to connect with you. They will start to build trust in you and this is certainly one of the factors that determine a successful business.

Creating niches will help your clients too. They will be able to find you easier, you will be able to connect in a better way, your marketing campaigns will be simpler etc.

Remember that this process is not very easy and it is better to hire professional consultants to help you create your niche. In this way you will save time and ultimately save money too.

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Eric Oliver, Chief Executive Officer

About the Author

Eric Oliver

Chief Executive Officer

With over a decade of experience designing and developing websites, Eric has worked in every position of the agency ladder. He is fluent in multiple backend and front end programming languages and has written multiple international best selling plugins for WordPress. He has been part of or is still part of many startups. He is the Director of Website Development for Future Design Group and one of it's founding partners.