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3 Blog Niches That Need to Be Explored

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Daddy bloggers…

Occasionally I’ll encounter niches and markets that are completely underserved in my opinion and that I wish I had more time to engage.

I feel that these niches or angles or perspectives are not only incredibly rich and ripe for blogging about but even have the potential for becoming a successfully financial blog as well as even business (if you took it that far).

Alas, I simply don’t have the time to do it myself, but why should I keep these ideas to myself? Perhaps a few of you here might share in some of those passions and might be able to do something with them.

Have at it and may the most motivated blogger win. I’d love to hear if you take one of these angles and do something with it as well.

So, here’s a list of niches that need to be explored:

1. Daddy Bloggers

I’ve seen only a handful of them that are done really well. Mommy blogging is a household blog type (with brand name mommies) these days but dads can’t seem to pull it together. I think an incredibly motivated dad could become a big blog (and business) with the right consistency, approach, and execution.

I’m a dad but I just don’t have the passion around “daddy blogging” as I do other things. In another life perhaps…

2. Niche Craft Blogs

I was once incredibly passionate about Origami. Yes, that type of folding-paper-a-million-times type of thing. There are a few origami blogs out there but none that have “killed” it.

But this isn’t the only type of hand-crafted thing that could be seriously investigated and invested in. I think the field is wide open for the more than interested blogpreneur.

3. Super Niche Hardware, Software

There are tons of blogs dedicated to a wide aware of hardware and software peripherals but very few have opted to go deep instead of wide.

If you’re incessantly (and insanely) passionate about one particular piece of hardware and/or software type then now would be a good time to think about blogging this niche and rocking it out. Something as specific as “All Things Gameboy” but even more specific into the hardware underneath.

I know that I’d subscribe to a few of them if they were done really well.