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How to make money on Facebook
Hello guys! It’s another wonderful week, and I presented to you another life-changing article. 2nd part of ‘How to make money with Facebook‘. Today I’m going to show you how to make money with Facebook page. Let’s get started.
Find a niche:
Not on Facebook only, it’s important in every corner online to have a specific area you’ll focus on, and be the best there. That’s one of a reason it’s important to take some recommended steps when choosing a niche.
For right now, don’t worry too much about the feasibility and just come up with a big list of topics you interested in.
Beyond just staring at a white wall and running through ideas in your brain, some good ways to come up with ideas are:
Your room/house: Just look at the objects you own and see if any of them spark an idea.
Your daily life: The same idea – think about what you do on a daily basis and see if anything pops out.
Blogs you read.
Amazon, eBay, and other shopping sites (look at the popular products, categories, or your order history).
Don’t worry if you’re still stuck – I’m going to give you a big list of 10 blog niche ideas at the end.
Now it’s time to validate the list you brainstormed.
Now, you hopefully have at least a few ideas of what you want to write about.
Next, you need to validate those ideas to find the best one for your page.
Finding your perfect niche is a balancing act between three different factors:
How passionate you are about the topic.
How passionate other people are about the topic.
Whether or not you can make money from the topic.
Pick a topic that you’re passionate about with products that you can sell to make money…but no one else is interested in it, you’re never going to build an audience or earn an income.
Choose something lots of other people like but you’re not interested in, you’re going to struggle to keep writing posts in the future.
Go with a topic that you love and that also has a huge audience…but no money-making opportunities, then you might become popular, but you won’t earn an income (this one actually might be OK – it depends on your goals!).
So how do you choose a blog niche that gets an A+ for all three criteria? Try honestly answering these three questions…
Question 1: Will I love writing about this one year and 50+ posts from now?
This is the big one. The Internet is littered with blogs where people start off strong, publishing posts every week for the first month or so.
There’s a drop-off.
Pretty soon it’s one post every month.
Then it slows down even more…
Next, you’ll find the year-long gap between posts, along with an update and a promise to “post more often.”
If you read blogs, I can guarantee you’ve seen that pattern play out again and again.
This isn’t meant to be a negative value judgment on those people – it’s just a testament that consistently blogging about a topic is hard work.
So…before you finalize your niche, you need to do some soul-searching as to whether or not you think you’ll be just as happy writing:
After the excitement of starting a blog/page has passed
After a year has passed
After you’ve written 50+ posts and you’re struggling to come up with new post ideas
It’s not all doom and gloom, though. There are two things that will help you keep going after the initial rush of starting a page:
It’s a lot easier to be passionate about a topic once you start to see some success.
You can always hire other writers or accept guest posts if your internal engine runs out of steam.
Question 2: Are there other people who want to read about this topic?
If you’ve made it through the first question, you know there’s at least one person interested in your blog’s niche. Now, it’s time to figure out whether there are any other people who want to join in on the fun.
Thankfully, this is an easier question to answer because it’s less soul-searching and more research.
So how do you find out whether your page/blog niche has an audience? Go to the data…
Whether or not people are actually searching for your niche
Whether your niche is receiving increasing or decreasing interest
It’s not the deepest analysis, but it’s a great place to start and it’s really easy to use.
Here’s all you need to do:
Think of the main term(s) for your niche(s)
Go to Google Trends
Plug in in your term(s)
That image above shows that, while interest in the ways to make money online seems to have waned a bit, it’s still a pretty popular topic. You can click the question mark next to “Interest over time” for an explanation of what the numbers mean – it’s all relative.
If you want to get an idea of how popular it is in comparison to other potential niches, you can even use the handy Compare button to add in different terms:
And look at that! So now – if you’re interested in both the make money online and make money from home, you already know that make money online is much more popular in 2020, which means that it’s probably a better bet if you’re planning to start a blog/page today.
Do a little keyword research (it’s not that hard!)
Ok, so now you have a rough idea of your niche’s popularity and momentum from Google Trends. But because Google Trends uses relative numbers (remember – the key is “trends”), it’s not the best guess of absolute numbers. That is, it doesn’t tell you exactly how many people are searching for terms in your niche right now.
That’s why you have to go a little deeper with keyword research.
Basically, keyword research will tell you exactly how many people are searching for terms (“keywords”) in your niche every month.
So here’s what you need to do:
First, brainstorm a list of keywords related to your niche. If we stick with the make money online example from above, some good starting points would be:
Make money online
Work from home
Make money from home
Then, take those ideas and plug them into a keyword research tool – KWFinder and Moz Keyword Explorer are two good options that let you search for free. When you do this, those tools will also suggest other related keywords, which helps you really explore all aspects of your niche:
There’s no hard rule here – but generally, you want your main search terms to have at least several thousand searches per month. If there aren’t that many people searching for the main terms, it will be difficult to come up with lots of page post ideas that people are interested in.
Question 3: Can I make money from this niche?
Once you’ve chosen the right niche and targeting the right audiences, the answer is Yes.
I believe you’ve chosen the right niche for you by now. Create your Facebook page (It takes less than 5 minutes). Setup everything you need to setup.
Publish Content: Write and publish posts on your page, share it with your right audiences. You can also run Facebook ads in order to reach the right audiences.
Make relationships: Make relationships with your audiences, always ask them for suggestions to improve your page, ask for their opinions.
NB: Always end your page posts with a call to action.
Get paid for the sponsored post:
If you’re doing right and gaining more popularities, companies will always like to move with you. Then you’ll be getting paid by advertising their products on your page.
Make more money by applying to affiliate programs. Affiliate providers are
The Most Profitable Niches are.
- The Health Nich
The Dating Niche
The MMO (make money online) Niche:
The ‘Learn to Sing or play an instrument’ Niche:
Learn to speak another language
The Green Energy Niche
Spirituality and Alternative Beliefs
The Survival Niche
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