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Jun 21, 2018

Will I lose readers if I change my focus?

(timestamps below)

  • Is it a beginner-blogger-mistake to focus on too many topics?
  • How do I reign it in? Should I?
  • How do I find my niche if I have tons of passions?

  • I'm scared to focus in on one thing and lose readers in the process.  Should I?

  • Could I have a bigger impact if I just focus on one thing?

Links to references made in the podcast:

Timestamp Listening:

  • 1:42 . . . Why you probably don't have to worry that much about how to brand yourself

  • 4:54 . . . when beginners SHOULD focus on one topic

  • 5:30 . . . the niche ideas Berna's juggling

  • 6:15 . . . how Jema's website changed with new niches
    (and how many years it took)

  • 8:42 . . . how to start a new site... without starting a new site

  • 9:27 . . . what fans need to know about projects vs. what you need to know

  • 11:17 . . . why you don't lose followers when you switch niches

  • 12:32 . . . how to talk about your many niches without sounding like a hot mess.

  • 14:59 . . . why you're probably the only one who's confused about your brand identity

  • 16:10 . . . why losing followers should make you happy

  • 17:58 . . . how many iterations Jema's audience has stuck with her through

  • 19:56 . . . what your main goal should be as a creator

  • 22:29 . . . Berna's homework

  • 23:38 . . . Berna remembers her last brand identity crisis

  • 25:09 . . . A technique to get niche-level results... without being forced into a niche

  • 28:26 . . . Berna's biggest fail-of-the-moment

  • 29:26 . . . Jema's biggest (airport!) fail-of-the-moment