If the niche has traffic and you can make a name (compete) in that niche - yes!
But like anything else it will depend on the work that you put into it..
what exactly is a niche? and how do you get one?
You have to speak to your fairy godmother, if you have been good and the tooth fairy collected all of your milk teeth when you were younger then you will be allowed to chose a niche.
Should you not meet this criteria your online writing will be cast into the depths of Google hell to burn in obscurity forever.
A niche could be a subject area in which you write such as pastry baking, the paranormal or pet lizards. The more obscure your niche the less likely there is to be competition but also less traffic. You can build a name for yourself in your chosen niche and have Google see you as an authority; however it is just as likely that the burning in obscurity in Google hell will apply!
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