One thing you have to do no matter which business model you choose is figure
out who your stackn review is. That’s called your niche. Since you're in this for
the long term, you aren't just going to try dozens of different, trendy niches over
You're going to choose something you can earn money with a year from now and
10 years from now. You're going to choose a target audience who is ready and
willing to spend a lot of money with you. You are going to develop a brand that
stands out in a crowded field of other marketers and brands.
Over time, you might serve this audience as an affiliate marketer, product
creator, list marketer, and so on. That’s exactly what I do within my niche—
business mindset, strategy, and motivation. Eventually, you'll have a presence on
social media, your own blog, and everywhere else your stackn review is.
You’ll want the people in your niche to recognize your name and your brand,
because wherever they go, there you are. Maybe you’ll have written one or more
books on the subject of your niche. Maybe you’ll be in some of the same forums
they’re in. Maybe you’ll have a podcast that they’ve subscribed to on iTunes or
through your blog’s feed. Maybe you’ll have a Facebook page that they follow, or
a Twitter account. Building those assets won’t happen overnight, but that’s what
you want to accomplish.
But it all starts with choosing your stackn review in the first place. Then, you'll develop a
presence in that niche with your chosen business model. You'll make sure that
you're choosing something that has great potential to help you earn 6-figures in a
year. And most importantly, you want to choose a niche that you’re not going to
become bored with as you develop all the different types of content, and more,
that I mentioned above.