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Camille Styles

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How to Find Your Niche and Get Paid For It

March 23rd, 2017

Not sure when exactly it happened, but recently, I’ve been referred to as an OG blogger. It’s true that when I started the site almost 8 years ago, lifestyle blogging still felt a bit like the wild west; we were experimenting and trying out new ways of creating content just because it made us happy — I had no idea what I was actually doing, and there was no real business strategy behind it. Fast forward to 2017, and to say that the creative digital world has “changed” would be an understatement; blogging has become a full-fledged career option, and the digital space has opened the doors for many more creatives, from photographers and writers to stylists and social media influencers, to make a living doing what they love.

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12 Comments under :: How to Find Your Niche and Get Paid For It
  1. Bry Jaimea says:

    Great advice – definitely taking this on board (especially the mission statement!)
    Bry Jaime
    shortcutecompact.com

  2. Ashley says:

    Wise advise! Thanks for sharing =)

  3. Milly says:

    Thank you so much for posting this! I needed some encouragement today. To just step out and follow my gifts and personal calling!;)

  4. Lauren says:

    i really enjoyed this article. I’m about to branch out into doing what I want, so this was quite inspirational!

  5. Eme says:

    Thank you for sharing this post, it definitely has some very valid points especially about being yourself and creating original content to put out there.

  6. Tinneke says:

    Great post, thank you. It would be a dream come true, getting paid for doing what I love. But it feels like a long road to go, especially when I’m browsing online, indeed it’s getting more and more crowded. And I think it’s getting tougher to stand out.
    I also noticed I have been influenced by everything I see, and it’s a big assignment to create original content. Of course I’m not copying the exact content, but it feels like I’m doing something, so many people are doing. But it’s a great thought to make a difference to be unique by your own signature. (p.s. English is not my native language, so I’m sorry about the grammar)

  7. Monica says:

    Very nice article, especially liked the suggestion to write about what you would like to know more about rather than fluff with impeccable pictures.

  8. Jen says:

    Great post! Thanks for sharing my photo! xo

  9. Thank you so much for posting this tips, i really enjoyed.

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