Three Simple Steps to Finding Your Niche

CEO Teacher, Inspiration, Marketing
  1. Jennifer Silva says:

    This was so interesting to listen to. It really opened my mind to bigger possibilities that I hadn’t considered. I could listen to you all day. Your voice is so calming. I feel like your talking just to me.

  2. […] They used her strengths of copywriting and creativity. So she ran with it, and it became her niche and what she was known for. She acquired clients in all different industries, and her quiz strategy worked amazingly for all […]

  3. […] topic: your one-of-a-kind interests and strengths. Because once you get to the bottom of that, you’ll know exactly what niche you’re suited for, and I can’t tell you how important that is. Even though you have many talents and passions, your […]

  4. […] gave some concrete tips for staying compliant with your resource creation. Step one would be to make sure that you're not using other people's resources. She recommends checking your name and your content with at least an initial Google search. In the […]

  5. […] with others that want to know about literacy. She needed to find ways to hone in on her audience. Really finding her niche. She started small, did her research, and continued to be her authentic […]

  6. […] an online course is choosing what to teach! Even though you may have so many topics that you love, choose ONE THING that you are the most passionate about (for me, it’s how to grow your teacher business) and […]

  7. […] This was so interesting since I am always telling my CEO Teacher® students to niche down. And some may fight it at first. But to hear there are even niched scholarships for vegan and vegetarian students just proves my point. Small specific niches will help you grow your business ideas.  […]

  8. […] And then she found blogging. She started blogging about graphic design. Her first blog was called iHeart Photoshop. But in the process of wanting to start a blog, she wanted it to be pretty too. So she taught herself web design. She literally bought books and looked on public chat forums and did as much as she could to teach herself web design. All so that she could have a pretty blog. And then people started coming to her and saying I see you designed your own blog. Do you do this fo… […]

  9. […] The main thing you need to understand is who your avatar is. I don’t mean the alien-from-the-movies avatar or the little person you make to represent yourself online. Your avatar is just an online marketing word that we use to describe your perfect customer. I don’t know what business you’re in, but whatever you are trying to sell, it’s important that you really understand to WHOM it is that you’re trying to sell it. Think about that as you create your brand. […]

  10. […] There are riches in the niches. So it’s better to hone in on one topic that you can become known for than choose something too broad and get lost in the sea of noise. Then find ways to educate your audience about your specific topic.  […]

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