How to Find Your Niche in Business | eHow.com

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There are Various things that you can do in creating your business. The following Link allows you to help you find you “Niche.”
Everyone has one, its just all about having the passion for something.

I read the following Article and Found that this may help you in your search to creating your Business of doing what you Like/love.

“Things You’ll Need:

  • The desire to niche yourself in business and improve your customer base.”
  • “1 First, realize that having a niche does not mean you’re not diversified. Being someone who’s a major fan of multiple streams of income, the idea of having a niche first made me think I’d have to let a lot fall by the wayside. A lot of times you can combine several related interests into something that is unique and solves a particular problem. It’s having focus and an overall goal that will make you more money long-term.
  • 2 Having a niche allows you to be the “go to” man or woman in a particular area. Using my own life as an example, if I put my name on a business card or brochure with writer, video editor, photographer, videographer, watercolor painter, Amazon used book seller, website owner, and on and on–it would fall victim to the Jack (in my case Jill)-of-all-trades and master of none effect.

    When people want something done, they want an expert and not someone who just appears to be decent at a lot of things. Note that it doesn’t matter if you’re actually really good at all of them or not but the impression gives when you rattle off that many businesses when you first meet someone. It often makes word-of-mouth marketing hard to pull off because if you don’t really know what you do than other people don’t either.

  • 3 A great way to discover possible niches is to write out your interests, your skills, your connections (family, friends, classmates, co-workers), and try different ways of combining them into a problem you would enjoy helping people solve. You can usually come up with several, and it does take some thought into picking a final direction. It’s a very freeing thing however because it takes a lot of indecisiveness out of your life. I’m in this process with you right now, but I hope you found this information helpful as well.
  • 4 The somewhat odd thing about this is once you pick a niche, people still ask you if you’re able to do other things. In the end, you’re not really limited! It’s just from a marketing standpoint it makes things a whole lot easier for you when you have a focused course of action.”
  • Read more: How to Find Your Niche in Business | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_2325968_niche-business.html#ixzz14Ns7c1nu

How to Find Your Niche in Business | eHow.com

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