One of the hardest things to do when you are new to blogging is to find your niche. Are you a sewing blogger, a home improvement blogger, a food blogger? Do you write tutorials, craft reviews, or a little of everything? If you are serious about blogging for profit, you need to figure out what parts of your blog people respond to and give them more of what they want. This doesn’t mean you have to be one-dimensional, it just means making it clear to readers as soon as they find you what they are getting.
Join us for Monday’s #crafterminds chat as we explore ways to find your niche!
- We highly recommend TweetChat as the easiest way to take part in the chat. Go to this link, sign into Twitter, and you will be able to follow the chat all in one place (and TweetChat puts the hashtag in for you, too!)
- #crafterminds Twitter Chat. Chat room link here.
- Monday, April 25th at 1pm Pacific/4pm Eastern
- Moderator: Beckie @infarrantly as @crafterminds
- Hashtag: #crafterminds
We really want you to join us for the conversation, but if you can’t make it, we will post a transcript here at Crafterminds later on Monday or Tuesday.
photo: jimmies in my fingertips by jessica wilson