Niche is the function or role someone plays in a particular system...
Online the word niche is used in a number of technologies to refer to a specific topic, subject or category. Web sites and blogs may provide news and content on a niche (e.g. a blog about sports or finance), while online sellers often sell in niche categories. It is believed that by focusing on a niche topic or category you will see higher traffic numbers for your Web site or blog or see higher profits in online selling as you have less competition in a niche area.
It's something you feel comfortable with and you are good at.
It a position particularly well suited to the person who occupies it
A niche is your market segment. This means that its what all the potential customers who are interested in your product have in common, and the language that they have in common. A micro niche is when that population is small and highly focussed
It can be anything from product, physical or digital, service or coaching session that relates to interests people have about certain topic. Examples of niche are electronics, internet marketing, making money online. You can go further and find related niches which are gathering less people like laptops, article marketing or google adsence.
It is basically anything about problems people have.
You need to give him resolutions.
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