I just had a very interesting question posted in my facebook group. Perhaps it can help someone here. She is brand new to affiliate marketing, see her question below: So here is a question I have been thinking about. There are a lot of different interests I have that I am passionate about, and I don't know how they all fit together necessarily. I'm not sure if I can nail myself down to one niche. Is that necessary to be successful at this? I feel like I remember reading somewhere, or maybe Robin said it in, not sure, but somebody was saying that a particular writer wasn't doing too well at getting his articles published at Ezine because he was submitting articles of a variety of topics and therefore did not appear to be an expert on any of them. My reply below: There is no one right way, there never is just one right way. I think if you start out just dabbling, that eventually your true niche just comes to you! So as a beginner, I say go for it. You don't have to know the ending of this story yet! It's those that wait until everything is perfect and crystal clear that stay stuck in my opinion. So in summary, I don't encourage just jumping all over the place, but if you struggle finding your niche, it doesn't hurt to put different stuff out there. Pick one and just start, whatever inspires you for that day perhaps. I started writing about my break up for I was heart broken when I picked up affiliate marketing. I had also started a bit of online dating, so I dabbled in writing about that too. The first year or so I made very little money, but I kept writing and creating anyway. I stopped with the online dating but still make some money from the efforts I put there way back when. Now 4 years later, I am an expert in healing through a break up, but I sure didn't start there. The key is to just start, the idea does not have to be perfect or complete. You just need a little idea in you head and then take action. I am still going back from time to time and tweaking a few things from years ago. Your path will become clearer once you start walking forward. If you are waiting for clarity before you get to work, well that's like ending your vacation before it even starts. You really don't know where something might lead you, so just jump in and start swimming!