As a freelancer, I don't think there is a niche that's too narrow. By focusing in on a specific group of people and solving their problems, you create a bunch of raving fans. If you can specifically produce results for people, then those customers become raving fans.
Especially in freelancing, having a set of raving fans is gold, because word-of-mouth is so strong and often times how most freelancers get more work.
I was an early adopter of MP3 players and most of them sucked. Until the iPod. It was a very tiny niche (almost to say that it wasn’t even a niche). And it essentially revitalized a company.
If the niche is narrow and there are folks really looking to scratch that itch, they will pay for it and you’ll have raving fans for life.
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