EDITOR’S NOTE: This mega guide on How to choose a Profitable Blogging niche was originally published in 2018, but now it is updated in June 2020 with latest strategy on comping up with a right blog niche.
Here’s the cold hard truth “Majority of Blogs fail”
All bloggers start their blog with full enthusiasm. They publish blog posts, promote on social media, and even try Google & Facebook Ads.
In starting they all are actually passionate and work hard. But when the positive results don’t come, eventually their faith in what they do starts fading.
And with the time, many blogs becomes those zombie sites hanging on the internet without being updated for the months.
The goal of this guide is to prevent this scenario from happening to you. Don’t worry, I’ll not advise you to write quality content or promote your blog on social media till your last breath😂.
Because here is the thing: even if you are publishing quality posts, you may still fail. This usually happens when you are writing about something that only a handful of people are interested in.
The best way to avoid this pitfall is to choose a blogging niche that is already proven to attract wide audience.
In this guide, I am going to share everything you need to identify and validate a profitable blogging niche.
Are you ready to do this? Let’s dive in.
What is a Blog Niche and why you need one?
As someone who had previously started his first blog without defining any niche, I can tell you that it’s not a good idea. Unless you are a famous author or celebrity who can drive readers just by their name.
Amitabh Bachchan’s blog is a great example of this. But you also understand that everyone can’t be famous like Amitabh Bachchan.
So, if you want to give your blog the best chance of success, defining your target niche should be the first task.
So, What exactly is a niche?
A blog niche is a topic that appeals to a specific audience who shares similar interests. In simple words, picking a blog niche is all about answering what and for whom you are going to write on your blog.
For example, if you choose the “PETS” niche, you’ll be targeting people who love their pets and looking for information about how to feed, train, and care their pets.
That means just having technical expertise in writing about a topic is not enough, you’ll need to know your audience’s desire, problems, and roadblocks in order to help them.
To initially pre-validate your blog niche ideas, Try honestly answering these three questions…
1. Are You Interested Enough in This Blog Niche?
2. Do You Know Enough About This Blog Niche? Can you write at least 100 posts related to the topic?
3. Are there other people who want to read about this topic?
4. (If required) Do you have personal experience in the niche? For example, writing about parenting might be very difficult if you don’t have any first-hand experience with raising kids.
Why you should Focus on One and Only Niche?
What’s the basic purpose of a blog?
Sharing your thought and ideas with the world, right?
Then why can’t you just share your thought and ideas as they come to you?
Basically- why can’t you cover all the topics that interest you rather than focusing a very specific niche?
Well, my friend, there is no internet police who will come and break down your door if you don’t focus or stick with one niche.
In fact, there are many peoples who have found success with a much more scattered approach.
But building and managing a blog like ‘Wirecutter’ or ‘HuffPost’ is only possible when you have tons of required resources (lots of money to invest, writers and team of smart peoples)
But, If you are a solo blogger like me then attracting and retaining readers with a multi-focused niche seems much harder than focusing on one niche.
Let’s understand this with a simple example:
The blog you are currently reading right now “Bloggingnova” is a blog specifically dedicated to bloggers who want to start, grow, and scale their blog. But imagine if it was a mix of Blogging, technology, and travel-related blog (multi niche).
Now suppose you are one of my blog reader who is planning to start your own blog and discovered my blog (Blogginnova) through an article about “How to Pick a Blog Niche”.
After reading that article, you found it very helpful (hope so😜), so you joined my email list, expecting more tips on starting and growing a bog.
Now a week later, you received my first newsletter about the ‘top 10 smartphones to buy under $500’ (as I am targeting tech readers on my blog too). But that wasn’t what you signed up to my list.
Still, you ignored that mail. But next week you got another newsletter about “Best places to visit in London” (remember, I also focus on travel niche). Now guess what? no matter what, now you are going to unsubscribe from the list because the content you are receiving is not relevant for you.
This is just a simple example to show you how by trying to write for everyone, you may end up writing for no one but yourself.
If you try to combine many topics, readers who visit your blog may only be interested in a part of your content. On the other hand, if you stick to only one topic, you can guarantee that people who are interested in one of your posts have a high chance of being interested in all of your other content, as well.
And this way you’ll have a good chance to build a highly targeted audience base whom you can monetize later to make money from your blog.
With this initial understanding of having a blogging niche, let’s sort out one more aspect of niche-picking.
How Narrow (or Broad) Should Your Blog Niche Be?
As of now, you understand that building your blog around a specific topic is important.
But the problem is everyone has a different idea of what a “Specific” topic is.
For example, one of the very first blog I started in 2016 was a tech blog. I worked hard on it for a few years but struggled to grow it and eventually closed that blog.
So where I messed up?
So, What was the lesson I learnt from that blog?
When you decide on your blog niche, you should have a clear understanding of who your target audience is.
Here is what i mean:
Instead of writing for everyone interested in technology, I could have got specific about my ideal audience.
The tech industry is massive. So, If I just focused on a small specific chunk of that, It would have been incredible.
For instance, I could have picked a specific area of technology like Android , ios, laptop, softwares, or maybe social media instead of focusing on everything about technology.
So, just like me if you are also planning to cover a massive topic like “Technology”, “Health” or “business”, then you are going to really struggle in building a focused audience.
So better narrow down your niche to something much more focused—maybe instead of focusing on the “PETS” niche, you can pick a much more specific blog niche like “Advice for Dogs”.
Dog Food Advisor is a good example of building a blog around a very specific niche.
Instead of focusing everything about Dog, they are focusing on only foods for Dogs. And this is the reason why they are driving millions of traffic every month and making millions of dollars every year.
However picking a right niche for your blog is not just about focusing on a specific topic. It’s also worth checking whether your topic is a popular and profitable one too.
How to Ensure Your Niche Is Popular and Profitable?
There are literally thousands of niche in blogging World, but not all of them are equal. If your ultimate goal is to build a popular and profitable blog, then you have to work in a space where that’s possible to achieve.
In my opinion, there are three category of niche online:
1. Unpopular: Appealing to very narrow and specialized audiences. Example – A blog about middle ages history.
2. Popular But Not Profitable: Appealing to a very wide audience but people aren’t interested in paying for the information/product/service. Example – A blog about quotes and wishes which receives millions of traffic every month but no one is interested in paying for the information or product.
3. Popular and Profitable: Appealing to a wide audience and people are also willing to pay for information, products and services. Example – A personal growth blog which not only receive tons of traffic but people are also willing to pay for Consultation and coaching.
If you want to make money from your blog, you need to make sure that your niche falls in the third category. But in case, if you don’t care about the money, you can always go with the first or second group.
Now you must be thinking how to identify if my selected niche is both popular and profitable. Let’s find out:
How to tell if a niche is popular?
The most straight forward way to determine the popularity of a niche is to check how many times keywords related to the topic is searched on Google.
Here’s a simple process that will allow you to do just that.
You’ll need to use a tool called SEMrush — an all-in-one SEO tool that gives you insights into how many times a specific keyword is searched on Google and other important metrics related to tat keyword.
Step 1: Decide on a niche that you’ll be verifying. For example, I selected DIY niche that seems to interest quite a lot of people. However we will check if it’s popular enough to start a blog about it.
Step 2: Now Google “top [your niche name] blogs” and find 8-10 blogs that seems most legit and popular in that niche.
Step 3: Now we will see how much monthy traffic these blogs receive and which keywords sends them most traffic. For that, we will need to create an account on SEMrush, though it is a paid tool, it offers a 7-day free trial which should be enough for your initial niche research.
Step 4: Now we have to enter the blog URL (found in step #2) into the SEMrush tool. For example: One of the DIY blogs I researched was www.younghouselove.com and here is the result of that blog.
Now it’s time to validate the list you brainstormed
By now you should have a few ideas of what you want to blog about.
But how do you know if your niche will actually translate into a successful blog and attract readers?
Well, now to validate those ideas, ask yourself these 5 questions mentioned below and if you get the positive answer then congrats you have successfully got a perfect niche for your blog.
But if you hit a negative answer- then no problem spend some more time and head back to the drawing board and find a new niche to blog about.
So, are you ready to answer these questions?
let’s get started…
Question 1: Will I’ll be able to love writing at least 50+ posts on this niche without worrying about Money?
You found a lucrative niche for your blog.
Created your blog.
Start publishing a post every week.
But within 3-6 months, your number of post decrease to one per month.
Then it slows down even more…
And Finally, you quit blogging and start finding another lucrative blogging niche.
This is the common scenario with most of the newbies bloggers.
People get into a niche just because they think others are making so much money and if they start in the same niche then probably they will be also able to make the same amount of money.
Now the problem with this approach is that in addition to facing stiff competition, your interest will likely diminish over time.
So, it is very important to not choose a niche just because you think it’ll make money for your blog.
Pick a niche you are you’re genuinely interested to write or talk about.
Another reason why many people fail in their niche is because – they often don’t have enough knowledge in their selected niche.
If you are planning to build a successful blog, you need to be able to provide content that your readers will find helpful and solve their problems.
Here I don’t mean that you need to be a professional expert in your niche but still you should have reasonable knowledge about your topic.
When someone visits your blog they expect that you have at least some degree of expertise within your topic.
After all, tell me yourself – would you want to learn cooking tips from someone who doesn’t even know how to make Maggi or boil milk.
Of course not.
Then the same rule applies to your readers too…
That’s why It is important to ask yourself “Will I love writing at least 50+ posts on this niche without worrying about Money?“
If your answer is “Yes” then move to Question No 2.
Question 2: Are there enough people interested in reading this topic?
This is again an important question to ask before you pick a blog niche.
Even if you believe you have a brilliant idea for your blog, you may struggle to succeed unless you find a niche that attracts enough audience.
Thankfully, this can be easily found out with the help of a good keyword research tool.
If you don’t know anything about keyword research, check out our beginner’s guide to keyword research.
Basically, a keyword research tool will help you find out exactly how many people are searching for a keyword (term) in your niche every month.
So here’s what you need to do:
Let’s say you want to blog about “Yoga”(Just an example).
Go to the KW finder tool and enter your main keyword into the search box.
Now within a click, this tool will tell you how many peoples are searching for the main keyword in your niche.
So in our example, almost 1.8 million people search for ‘Yoga’ every month on Google.
This means there are lots of audiences interested in yoga.
But you don’t have to stop here…
Now look for the other related keyword to your niche and check their volume (Average monthly search) with the help of KWfinder.
So continuing with our example, as you can see in the screenshot, this tool suggested hundreds of other keywords related to “Yoga” with their average search volume.
kundalini yoga – 145,000
yoga asanas – 91700
hatha yoga – 1,88,000
benefits of yoga – 82,700
and so on so forth.
KW finder not only helps you find search volume of a keyword but it also tells you how hard or easy it will be for you to rank in Google, who are your ideal competitors, what are their backlinks, etc.
What’s a safe number of monthly searches to constitute a good blog niche?
Well if you are able to find at least 50 good keywords in your niche with at least 250-10,000 monthly search volume then you will be easily able to build a profitable blog around the topic.
Question 3: Is This Niche Likely to Be Around for Years to Come?
While some blogs do manage to get success while focusing on momentary trends, but it is definitely not a good idea to focus on ephemeral trends.
See, you don’t want to end up starting again from scratch after six or eight months, so aim to choose a blogging niche that’s going to be around for years to come.
Let’s understand it with an example:
Building a new blog that is solely focused on the upcoming 2020 Olympics game might not be a good idea.
Because it is obvious that as soon as Olympic 2020 will be over, no one will be interested in your blog.
Now you must be wondering “How to check if a niche is like to be around for years to come?”
Well a good sign that a blog niche is going to stick around, is if it’s already been around for a while!
So, before finalizing a niche, check out if there are already few blogs in your niche for a while or not.
Plus you can also make use of Google Trends for this.
For example, I entered the “Olympic games” in Google trend and as you can clearly notice in the below-attached screenshot that there were a large number of peoples interested only one time (2016) in the last 5 years. Otherwise, the trend graph is almost flat in other years.
And as you all might be knowing that the last main Olympic was held in 2016, that’s why the trend graph has a huge upward movement in 2016 compared to other years.
Now I entered “VPN” in Google trends and as you can see in the below-attached screenshot, the search trend for VPN has been almost consistent from the last 5 years.
So, it is always a good decision to choose VPN over the Olympic games.
Question 4: Who are my competitors?
Earlier I mentioned that there should be at least a few competition in your niche.
Because If there’s no competition in your niche, then it indicates that your niche just isn’t one that works well for a blog.
At the same time if the niche you are choosing is already targeted by many big blogs, then also you’ll have to struggle to build a successful blog.
For example, if you choose a broad health niche then you will find that there are hundreds of already very popular health blog on the internet who has been there from last 10 or even 20 years.
But at the same time if you choose a very narrow-focused micro-niche like “Paleo diet” then you will find that you will have very little competition in your targeted niche.
You can determine the kind of competition you will have in the niche by searching in Google for “Best [niche] blogs.”
Create a list of your competitor blogs and analyze all of them one by one with a good SEO tool like SEMrush.
All you need to do is enter the URL of your competitor’s blog into SEMrush and this tool will tell you everything about your competitor’s blog. Here are the few things you should check:
- How much traffic your competitor’s blog is getting.
- How many and which keywords of their blog are ranking in Google’s top position.
- How many links they have on their blog.
- Which sites linked to their blog
With all these stats you will be easily able to find out if you can compete with them or not.
Question 5: Can I make money in this niche?
Now finally the time has come to figure out whether you can actually make money in the niche you have selected or not.
Frankly speaking, if you are smart and creative enough then you can make money from pretty much any niche, as long as you have build a targeted audience.
Still, there are some blog niches that are always going to make more money than others.
For example, Let’s say you create a blog around any of these niches.
- Free SMS
- Free wallpaper
- WhatsApp tips
- Free movie downloads
If you check on KWFinder there are more than millions of peoples search for these keywords every month on the internet, which means you will get very high traffic, if you create your blog on these niches.
But here is the sad reality.
Most probably you will struggle to build a successful monetization model on your blog and won’t make much money.
That’s why it is better to find out all the possibilities of monetizing your blog in the start…
So, how do you figure out if, and how, you can make money with your niche?
1. First thing first, check out how other blogs in your niche makes money:
Go and check out some popular blog in your niche and check if they:
- Display banner ads or other advertisements on their site
- Promoting affiliate product via review
- Sell their own course
- Offering premium service
- or anything else.
This will instantly give you some idea of the potential monetization options available in your niche.
For example, if you visit Making sense of cents (A finance blog), you will find that she monetize her blog with different models like the sponsored post, affiliate marketing, premium course, etc.
2. Next look at the available affiliate programs in your niche.
Affiliate marketing monetization model is something that is used by most of the popular blogs.
If you don’t know anything about affiliate marketing then you can check out my Beginners guide to Affiliate marketing here.
In simple language affiliate marketing means – you promote the products of other people and get paid commissions for the sale.
To check out the available affiliate programs in your niche, Just go on Google and search “[your keyword] affiliate” or “[your keyword] affiliate program.”
Or it will be much better if you directly visit an affiliate network like Shareasale and check all the available affiliate programs in your niche.
3. See if you can create and sell your own product
I am not telling you to start creating and selling your own products from day one.
But if you choose a niche where you will have enough opportunity to create and sell your own personalized product, nothing can be better than that.
For example: Brian dean is a very popular SEO expert who runs a blog named “Backlinko”.
Backlinko is an SEO blog that focuses on actionable SEO tips, strategies and case studies.
If you analyze his blog then you will find that he does not have any display ads on his blog nor he is using affiliate links on his blog posts nor promoting any products.
Then how he make money?
Brian makes most of his revenue from only these two courses.
Similarly, if you visit Nerd fitness (A popular fitness blog) then you will find that they have also monetized their blog with Paid training and courses.
If in any way you can add value – either by teaching or just compiling resources – it can be a great way to monetize your blog and make money out of it.
Profitable Niche Ideas to Get You Started
Alright then, that was all about how to find and validate your blog niche.
If you have found your perfect niche then congratulation…
But if you have not decided your niche yet, then don’t worry now I am going to share 100+ profitable niche ideas that can definitely help you find a good niche for youself.
Niche Ideas related to Finance
Finance is one of the most popular and competitive core niche right now.
There is a lot of money to be made from teaching others how to make and handle their money.
Let’s have a look at some of the specific niche ideas that comes under the Finance core niche.
1. Make Money Online
For many people, making money online is an absolute dream come true.
If you are someone who has the experience in making consistent money from the internet, then you can teach others the same thing.
Note – Start a make money online niche blog only if you had some experience in making money from the internet.
The reason why I am telling this is because I have personally seen many blogs who have not made a single penny from the internet, still, they are teaching other people how to make money from the internet.
Think yourself, What would happen If I had started my very first blog in 2013 to teach people how to grow a blog or make money from a blog.
I must had been failed miserably.
That’s why it is important in some niche to have personal experience and knowledge before starting a blog.
Blog Examples to get inspiration:
2. Get out of Debts
The formula of getting out of debt is not rocket science.
But still being debt-free is not something that magically happens overnight…
It takes lots of time and effort in order to get yourself out of debt.
If you are someone who has experience in dealing with debt then you can easily start a blog where you can help others in getting out of their debts.
Blog Examples to get inspiration:
Steve went bankrupt after the economy tanked and his real estate company failed. After having lived through tough money troubles in 1994, he started his blog “Get out of debt guy” to help people find a path through their financial troubles and solutions for debt problems.
3. Frugal Livings
Frugal livings is all about spending smartly so you can save money for things that really matter and important in your life.
Blog Examples to get inspiration:
Living Well Spending Less is a frugal blog managed by Ruth Soukup. She provides practical solutions for overwhelm at home through simple recipes and meal planning ideas tips and tools.
4. Money-saving Tips
Saving money doesn’t have to be hard.
But most of the people find it very hard to save money in their day to day life.
So, if you can help them in saving more money in their everyday life, it will be great.
Blog Examples to get inspiration:
Crystal Paine started this amazing blog called “Money Saving Mom” where she help people in saving more money on everything, be it grocery, shopping, bills payment, rent and so on.
It’s not enough to just save lots of money.
If you want your saving to outpace inflation and grow into a nest egg then you will have to invest it at the right place at the right time.
If you are someone who has good knowledge of investing then you can start an investment blog.
Blog Example to get inspiration:
The college investor is a very popular investing blog run by Robert Farringt, where he helps people in learning the art of investing and building wealth.
Budgeting can be a big challenge in anyone’s day to day life.
But if you are someone who is pro in tackling your budget, then this can be a good topic to blog about.
Blog Examples to get inspiration:
YNAB (You need a budget) is a very popular budgeting blog started by Julie & Jesse. They help people in taking control of their money with their award-winning budgeting tools and blog content.
6. Student Finance
It’s never too early to be financially responsible.
Especially in today’s time it important than ever for students to be fully informed about the financial aspect fo their life.
With your blog, you can educate and support undergraduate students in making their money go further whilst at university.
Blog Examples to get inspiration:
Save The student is the number one student money website in the UK. Every day thousands of students visit this site for financial advice
Niche Ideas related to Health
Everyone wishes to live a healthier life, but at the same time, everyone struggles to live a healthy life.
Some people struggle with their over-weight, some peoples are struggling because of underweight, some are struggling with diet and may other health issues.
That’s the reason, health is one of the evergreens core niches. Although mainstream niches like weight loss, exercise, Yoga are saturated, plenty of profitable micro-niche still exists.
Let’s have a look at some of them:
1. Specific Diet blog
Dieting is no way a new niche, there are already hundreds of popular blogs available on internet in the dieting niche.
But specific diets niche like Atkins, ketogenic, Paleo, Vegan, mediterranean, Raw food diets is still lucrative niche.
2. Cure diabetes
Managing diabetes can be challenging.
You can help a diabetes person with useful advice, nutrition, meal planning, and exercise, and much more.
3. Stress management
Stress is an unfortunate but often unavoidable side effect of our busy lives.
And this is something which is very common among today’s generation people.
This is why I believe it is one of the most profitable blogging niches in 2020.
Health being one of the most saturated niche, it is something which is still very less competitive in 2020.
Stress to strength is a very popular stress management blog started by John & Judy Hinwood. They help people recognize their stress triggers and teach how to diffuse them.
Depression is another most common mental illness in today’s time, especially among adults.
According to the Healthline report, it affects 6.7 percent of American adults.
It is actually a very serious mental illness in which loss of interest, feelings of sadness, anger, frustration, hopelessness or other negative emotion interfere with the daily life of people.
So, nothing can be great if you can help people with the resources they need to overcome depression.
Time to Change is a very popular blog publishes candid perspectives on depression written by people who have personal experience with Depression.
5. Skincare blog
Skincare is another good topic to blog about in 2020.
You can share your advice with people for healthy, beautiful and flawless skin.
There are endless opportunities to monetize a blog in this niche too. You can promote affiliate products, do sponsored promotion as well as launch your own products like Online course, training program or any skincare products.
Make sure to check out New Beauty blog to get some inspiration.
These are not only the few niches in the Health core market.
Hiking, Weight-lifting, Teeth whitening, massage, Meditation are also some of the good niches to start a blog.
Online Dating Niche
Much like weight loss and financial niche, the online Dating niche is one such example of industry that is completely evergreen and will have a never-ending supply of revenue and traffic.
According to a survey conducted by Statista – There are 40 million Americans using online dating apps. 24% of people use dating apps and websites to find hookups, 43% to find friends, and 84% to find relationships.
I am not saying that it is not a saturated niche in 2020, but if you put in the time and effort to create content for the specifically targeted audience based on geographic and demographic interest then you can easily stand out in this niche.
“Dating Advice” is one of the most popular blogs in the online dating niche where more than 250 experts provide the content for all kinds of audiences.
Real Estate Niche blog
Real estate is another billion-dollar industry where you can create a niche site, dominate specific markets and make profit.
If you are someone who has knowledge and interest in the property field then this might be a good niche for you.
Personal advice: If you want to get success in the real-estate field in a very short time then you have to stay updated with real estate trends and make sure to focus on the targeted local audiences instead of trying to focus on a global audience.
Pet Care Niche
Many people love their pets so much that they spend their time more on their lovely pets than on themselves.
In fact, there are many people out there who don’t want to have kids and raising pets instead. They treat their pets as a child.
Although having pets is tons of fun, but at the same time, it also takes a lot of works.
From regular exercise to a healthy diet, regular training to vet visits and much more. There are lots of things to consider while raising a pet – and always something new to learn through your journey as a pet parent or owner.
And in today’s time just like a baby child mommy goes on internet to get some advice for baby care, a pet parents also go internet to get guidance in raising their pets.
Common pets include dogs, cats, and parrot. If you are someone who has pets and you have lots of knowledge about your pets – like what are good foods for them, how to train them and other similar things then you can start a pet blog.
People like to learn new languages.
Especially the millennials are very keen to learn a second language besides their primary language.
For example – If you are from India, then you have already seen that most of the people are struggling to learn English.
In fact, I have personally seen that in India English is treated as a luxury.
So, if you are someone who can guide people in the right way to learn English in India then nothing can be great than that.
It’s not just about the English language, People in the united state are keen to learn the Spanish language. Canadian schools now teach Chinese as a subject because of China’s growing economic power.
This means a good market exists for someone who can help people in learning a new language.
Lingq has evolved as one of the biggest platforms to learn a new language in very little time. They help people earn more than 20 languages including English, Japanese, Italian, Spanish, Arabic,etc.
Personal advice: If you want to stand out in this niche in a very short period then focus on one single language instead of multiple languages.
Home Security Niche
Home security is a rapidly growing market in 2020 and has lots of sub niche within it to start a blog on.
For example: you can start a blog purely focused on Home security system software or maybe a site specially focused on home defense weapons.
You can help people protect their homes and keep their families safe with your helpful content and resources.
If you want to get some inspiration then visit Safe Wise, A blog dedicated to helping people choose best security tools for their homes.
DIY Home Decor
Everyone loves to decorate their house and make it beautiful, but not everyone can afford a thousand dollar Chandelier for their house.
This is where DIY decor comes in use.
If you are a creative person then you may help people in decorating their home with your DIY ideas.
You can provide some good design ideas, budget decor products and more on your blog to help people make interior design simple and fun.
Blog to get inspired: Christy from the Harper House is a mom of three kids and the founder of a very popular home decor niche blog. Her blog is filled with personal projects and interior design inspiration.
If you are a mom then why not use your parenting knowledge to help other moms and make profit from it.
In today’s time, parenting is a very profitable niche.
If you are someone who has been parents for a while then you can guide other newborn’s mommy in taking care of their child.
For example, Carly is a stay at home mom who blogs about pregnancy and being a mom on her blog “Mommy on Purpose”.
She quickly grew her blog to over 400k monthly page views and was able to make more than $5,000 a month in less than a year
Eco-friendly products Blog
In 2020, many people are trying to follow the idea of saving nature. (In fact, we all should definitely focus on it)
They are not only using renewable energy sources, but also making every possible effort to give up all the non-biodegradables items.
This is the reason why many big companies are using this opportunity and making eco-friendly products.
Now you as a blogger can help people in getting rid of non-biodegradables items and choosing the best eco-friendly Alternatives.
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This about sums up our take on picking a good blog topic.
I hope by now you must have finalized your blog niche, then what’s next.
As Will Rogers has rightly said: “If you wait until you’re ready, you’ll wait forever.”
So don’t waste your time and start your very own blog today.
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I hope you enjoyed reading this mega guide.
Good Luck on your new Journey buddy.