3 Ways to Find Popularity in a Niche With Potential Profit
Did you ever wonder what happens to successful people who really believe that what others think of them is none of their business?
"Maybe we should stop worrying about whether the rest of the world likes us or not, and decide we are going to be respected in the world as we once were." ~ Ronald Reagan
With social media marketing, we often base our success on the number of 'likes', 'shares', or 'comments' we receive from our social media tribe. But does it really matter? Is that really the purpose we're to fulfill in business? To collect a group of admiring followers who appreciate what we say?
For a while, I struggled with the popularity contest, as well, thinking I had to have the attention of my audience to gain popularity and ultimately to make a profit, then one day as I struggled to find a topic people would LIKE, I hit smack dab in the middle of the profit center on a topic that wasn't exactly common place or socially acceptable. In fact, to be perfectly honest, there are thousands of people who will tell you to NEVER, EVER discuss this topic. And yet, I was making money with one of those topics.
So, my question changed ---
How do you find popularity in a niche with potential profit?
Finding popularity in a niche with potential profit means knowing who your audience will be and specifically marketing your 'non-politically acceptable topic' to that specific audience and gaining the respect of ALL markets through powerful persuasion and compelling calls to action.
There are a few magnanimous suggestions that come with these potential money makers, such as these:
1. Know and understand the full value of your topic. No matter how well defined your niche, if you don't know the full value of your topic and understand it well enough to fully prove your position, nothing you say or do will make a difference for any of your buying market. You have to KNOW what you're talking about and have comprehensive solutions for any questions that may arise in the process of discussing your topic.
2. Provide expert online status for yourself in your topic. It's one thing to be able to provide solutions for your topic questions, but quite another to prove you are the go-to-expert for that topic online. You know they're going to search your topic, if they see you chattering about it, so BE #1 on Google in your topic searches. It's easy, BE THERE.
3. Make sure everything online relevant to your topic leads back to you. On every article you write, be sure the call to action, resource box leads back to you. Provide a website with the ultimate information about your site and always direct everything you place online (within one to three clicks) returns your prospective buyer to your site. No matter how many articles you produce on your topic, all should ultimately reference back to your website.
All content articles should be linked to your website for more information.
Do you know how to facilitate the ultimate linking process for your online topic?
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