How to Start a Blog Business (Make Money Online)

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Step 1: Know What You Want To Blog About

Try as much as possible to create your blog around something that interests you or something you’re passionate about. You could even be an expert in that field!

This will make your blogging journey more fun rather than being a task that you have to do.

Below are some possible ideas of what to blog about, though not limited.

  • Home
  • Money
  • Business
  • Entrepreneur
  • Fashion
  • Parenting
  • Family
  • Crafts
  • Finance
  • Fitness & health
  • Food
  • Inspiration and advice
  • Travel
  • Games
  • Relationships
  • Electronics
  • Music
  • Photography
  • Painting
  • Sewing/knitting
  • Politics
  • Animal
  • TV shows
  • Robotics
  • Astronomy
  • And many more!

When it comes to choosing what you want to blog about, there are 2 certain questions you need to ask yourself.

#1: Will I Enjoy Learning More About This Topic?

If you know that you know you don’t love the topic you want to blog about, is better not to start it in the first instance.

If you don’t love a topic and you’re trying hard to create content around that topic, it’s going to show in your writing. Which can be a turn off to your readers.

Whichever topic you decided to choose, make sure you’re naturally passionate about it and most importantly willing to learn more about it.

If you’re passionate and curious about your chosen field you won’t find it difficult to come up with content around the topic.

If you still don’t know what to choose, you can look inward and think about something you know you have an edge on.

Or probably something people tends to ask your opinion on etc. It could be a relationship, politics, soccer etc.

#2: Is It Competitive?

You may think you’re very passionate about soccer and football and you feel you can quickly create a blog around that.

You may be surprised at the size of the competition you’ll get. A quick Google search will tell you what I’m talking about.

starting a soccer blog niche as an example

The result from that is over 2.4 billion, do I still need to tell you that it’s already saturated? If you want to choose a niche like this, stay from the term “soccer”

Go for longer tail keywords with less competition like a broad term like “soccer”.

narrowing down the soccer niche blog to england u23 league table

From the screenshot above, you’ll notice that the keyword “England Under23 development league” has lesser competition compared to “soccer”.

The same thing goes for topics around health and other competitive ones.

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