3 Misconceptions About Niche and How To Reframe Them

As a “Reluctant Wanderlust”, I consider business as a means to finding our place in the world, and an expression of our WHY. If our niche is not relevant to us, then, what’s the point?...more

How Do You Find Your Blog Niche?

Every blogger needs to find their niche, an area to hone and pull in their target readership. Finding that niche is not always easy. I have been trying to find my niche for several months. Here are four things I have discovered along the way. ...more
Blonde with a Silver Lining  Glad it was a good reminder for you and it is wonderful you have ...more

How To Find Your Niche

I want to tell you how I found my niche so you can find yours!When I started blogging a little over two years ago, I named my blog Mom ‘N Daughter Savings for a reason.  My daughter and I were going to post about coupons, sales and deals.  I had no clue how to blog.  I had been couponing and that’s how I started reading blogs.  Actually, it all started because of that “now stupid” show, Extreme Couponing.  I thought it was real and legal and I was going to try to do what the women on that show did....more

How To Find Your Niche

Time and time again, I find that my coaching clients are always searching themselves trying to discover how to find their niche in their market. With a plethora of competition and an even bigger arena of options…….How do you find it?I always start by telling my clients that they must first discover what makes them happy. I know that this may sound way off key, but the truth of the matter is that if you don’t first find out what you like and what stimulates your interests, you will not be able to discover where your niche begins....more

What is Your Blogging POV?

I watch a lot of Food Network. One of my favorite shows is “Next Food Network Star.” Which is really the only "reality" TV I watch.  Okay, that's not true. I had to quit "16 and Pregnant" and "Teen Mom" because I got rid of MTV. But I digress....more
 @elaineR.N. I know exactly what you mean. I started about five posts in my head yesterday, but ...more

Step Up To Promote Your Entrepreneurship Skills In 2012!

I’m taking a page from one of my favorite Tina Turner songs, “I’ll be your private dancer, dancer for money!” as an incentive to set fire to my creative endeavors and get the ball rolling; the juices of creativity flowing by setting my networking skills on full blast!...I’m dancing into the year 2012 with my high heel sneakers on as I prepare to reach my projected profit goal as a woman in business.  There are things I’m still learning on this solo journey into freelance and already set in motion by landing my first major client just before the Christmas...more

Nicheless in Canada

One of the first things you need to do, it seems, if you want to start on the path towards becoming a successful problogger, is to choose a "niche" for your blog: that is, narrow down your focus and target your content to appeal to readers who are interested in that niche topic, so as to establish yourself as an expert and build a loyal following. ...more

Blend the Power of Making Personal Connections Online and in-Person

We continue our six part series on Brand Power.  Are you building it! What’s your X, It, Wow.  How do you define your brand and what are and all the things that you do, the branding, to put yourself out there to get noticed, stand out and engage business.Here is part one, “3 Keys to A Brand That Stands Out” and part two, “Your Brand is You, Your Branding is You in Action”.   ...more

Developing your Blogging Niche

First of all, let me say how excited I am about the feedback I got from my introductory post yesterday. It seems that I’m not the only one who gets frustrated and confused by this blogging world....more

It's Like I Don't Know My Own Blog Anymore

My brain is a bit fuzzy today. Probably from all the buzzing it has been doing this morning as I try and get a grasp on what this blog is really all about. See, I'm going to be on a little radio show this afternoon (2pm EST) called, Role Mommy and Friends. ...more