How to Select a Niche Market
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Before we begin, let me briefly explain what a niche is, and how niche marketing
Put simply, a niche is just a smaller segment of a larger market. The idea
behind it is that focusing on a smaller “niche” market will provide you with more
targeted customers and less competition, consequently creating a small bu