So let’s learn a little about the concept of “niche” …
No matter what your company offers the market, you must learn that the most successful businesses do not try to cover all subjects and all people. Instead, try to focus, that is, focus on one issue and a very narrow: a niche. No matter what you’re selling, whether a product or a service business, you need to offer within its own niche.
At first glance it would seem that if you offer your products or services to more people, generate more income than if they offer only small groups of people. But the truth is that this concept rarely works. So, for your best interest, do not be delusional about it. Instead, what you need is to focus on solving a specific problem. And the more specific the better.
Marketing is ultimately to be in the right place at the right time and with the right message. If you try to be there for everyone, your message will be diluted … will be lost. And if you dilute it that way, you’re not in the right place, nor at the right time, nor with the right message, to none!
Try to remember that and apply it to everything you do concerning your business, because that’s the golden rule of marketing.
I’m sure you can understand that it is impossible to meet the needs of all. So you need to select your own target market, attract and engage your customers or prospects, and only them!
• Adjust your product or service to meet your needs …
• Adjust your marketing to fit your interests …
• Write your ads to fascinate them …
This seems simple at first glance. Putting a hand on heart, I assure you is the most direct way to increase sales.
I’m sure you’ve already got the idea. Just focus on one specific area. It is impossible for any product or service fully meets the needs of all.
After reading each article of this “e-course”, you may need to adjust your product or service, your ads, your website and, perhaps, a little or a lot, too, the audience is led to his main objective. Fortunately, none of that is carved in stone and can be changed easily.
You may feel a little skeptical and think, “If this is the correct way of doing things, why not make it more competitive … or some of them?”
That’s a good question and here are some answers.
In principle, it is likely that your competitors are a bit greedy and unwilling to take a definitive position. They want to reach all customers who can. Their businesses are quite simple and satins. There is nothing that is “unique” in them. This is due in part to the fear of being away from the rest.