QUESTION: “Kyle, should I create a niche site around something that is profitable but I’m not that interested in?”
The answer varies.
Some people really, really like money, and are able to suck it up and write interesting content if they know it is going to churn the sales and add bottom line to their bank accounts.
But other people are not going to do well with this method.
I mean, do you really want to create a niche website about, say…the best cat litter products?
I can see it now, a niche site built around kitty doo-doo. Headlines include:
- The Sure-Fire Way to Make Sure Your Cat Craps Correctly
- Doing Doo-Doo The Right Way
- Why Your Precious Kitty Takes Ginormous Dumps
I mean, I can see the profits coming in…if you can stomach writing about this crap (pun totally intended).
In reality, tackling a subject like that is probably best reserved for those with experience making money online, who know how to build a profitable site and are able to wade through the crap and make it out (okay okay I’m done…).
The best advice I can give?
Your first site better be something you can at least tolerate.
I’m going to take a wild guess here and say that it’s probably not cat litter for you.
Here’s the deal:
With Pro Niche Site’s 1-on-1 office hours, I’m personally going to verify whatever niche you choose and make sure that it’s:
1.) Profitable and going to rank
2.) I’m going to test you to make sure it’s something you can tolerate
Otherwise, I will throw up the red flag and try to help you find something better.
And if you actually make a profitable cat litter website, you will be my hero and the subject of many future emails and testimonials.
See you inside.
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