It’s not about finding a niche

It’s about writing from experience

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So here’s the thing, every article about writing a popular blog will tell you that you should pick a niche. Find something specific to talk about and go with it. Blogs that focus on a niche tend to do better than a blog that has no theme or sounds more like a personal journal.

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