There’s an easy answer to this: to make money. First, though, let’s get into what a micro niche blog is. A niche blog is a blog dedicated to a specific topic. For example, you might start a blog about being on a diet while breastfeeding. You could post recipes for healthy meals or research on which foods are bad for nursing mothers and their children.

A micro niche blog would be a bit more specific. For example, you might start a blog about being vegan and breastfeeding, or diabetic and breastfeeding (It’s not the best example, but you get the gist). The overall idea of the blog is to provide information to women about a particular topic. Because you’re offering something unique and helpful, you’ll gain lots of followers in no time.

Creating a micro niche blog

Creating a micro niche blog is simple. You need to:

  • Choose a good niche.
  • Get a website up and running.
  • Write a bunch of helpful articles.
  • Attract traffic to the site.

It has lots of advantages and minimal risk. You can do it from home. There’s no need to take a course or study anything because you’ll be blogging about a topic you know.

It shouldn’t take you more than a few hours a month to maintain the blog. Now, let’s take a more in-depth look into getting the site up and running.

People who’ve never had a website before might find this part complicated, but it’s really not. In fact, it takes most people under an hour. Launching your micro niche blog requires three things: choosing a web host, getting WordPress installed, and choosing a theme. All of these steps are very simple.

Set up a web hosting account

You can’t have a blog without a hosting account. Having hosting is like renting a piece of land online for your blog. Thankfully, web hosting is cheap these days. Even kids can pay for their own blogs. There is a vast array of providers to choose from, but choose wisely. You need a good host to have a quality product. They need upward of 98% of uptime to begin with. You don’t need a site that’s always slow or crashing or one with poor support.

The next step is actually writing – you know all about that.

The last step is driving traffic to the site. Use social media to popularize it – it’s the cheapest of all the effective ways that are currently available to you.