How To Start A Blog About Aerial Photography With Full Niche Research

How To Start A Blog About Aerial Photography [With Full Niche Research]

Are you currently researching how to start a blog about Aerial Photography?  Aerial Photography is very popular with novices and experts and there are thousands of searches on Google every month from people interested in this industry. From customers and companies looking to hire an Aerial photographer to novices and experts researching aerial photography gear, and looking up ‘how to’ tutorials etc.

If starting a blog in the Aerial Photography Niche is something you would like to build a blogging business around then awesome, as today I am doing a deep dive into this niche and will give you some really amazing tips and niche insights that will get you off to a fantastic start.

Knowing you’re perfect reader/customers avatar in any niche, is crucially important. Doing deep research into your chosen niche will put you ahead of the competition every time.

Most unsuccessful bloggers only ever write content which they think their readers will enjoy. They then go and promote products and services they ‘think’ their readers will buy/use.

This is the wrong way to go about things.

Throwing s*** at the wall hoping it sticks is for amateurs. 

You must understand your customer/reader. You must find out what kind of media they are consuming online, products they are buying, posts they like, videos they share etc.

So today Aerial Photography is the niche topic I will be covering. You are going to find this information incredibly useful when you go to start writing content on your blog.


But one thing before we proceed…

Creating a Blog is one thing. Being successful at it is another. I wish it were as simple as writing a few posts per week and waiting on the money rolling in, but it takes a lot more than that. Following a content strategy, Monetizing your blog in the right way, finding the right keywords. Do all or any of these wrong and you are wasting your time.

Myself and a small mentoring group are all part of Wealthy Affiliate University. If you’ve never heard of it it’s basically a platform for bloggers to network together, help each other etc. It also supplies the tools to actually create a successful blog, find the keywords and the right products to promote and gives full training on every aspect of this business. I created this blog right on the platform. It’s a must-have for all aspiring bloggers to be successful online.

Don’t worry, you can join for free.  The free membership is free for life. The premium membership is $49 per month (I have a $30 off coupon below) You DO NOT NEED the premium account to be successful. I have many friends who never upgraded and who do well with their blogs.

Check Out The Wealthy Affiliate Overview Video Below


Ok back to business

Researching the Aerial Photography Niche took me around 3.5 hours and I have gathered some awesome insights and info you can use right out the gate.

The information I have researched below has all been done via Facebook analytics. This info is freely available to anyone. I have extensive knowledge with Facebook ads the info I will be providing you below has been researched using the Facebook ads platform.

The data Facebook collects on every one of its users is incredible. Most people don’t realise that Facebook is simply an ads platform, just like google. They make Billions selling ad space to businesses all over the world using the data collected from its users so businesses can hyper-target their perfect customer.

That’s why you always see ads on your Facebook feed related to something you like or are interested in…

That’s NOT by chance. Pretty scary right?

But you can use this to your advantage.

Let’s take a look at the info I have gathered below!


Avatar Of People Interested In The Aerial Photography Niche

Who Would Buy

 The audiences are most likely men between 25 to 44 years old.
 They are people with middle-income, rural households, most
without children, but a few with some toddlers.
 This group tends to be homeowners.

Where They Shop

 Adorama
 DJI
 EBay
 Kessler Crane®
 LensProToGo.com
 Thunder Tiger

Blogs & Websites They Visit

 Buzzle
 Digital Photography School
 Flickr
 Photo.net
 Propellerheads
 Wired (website)

Shows & Magazines They Watch Or Subscribe To

 Adore Home Magazine
 Filmmaker (magazine)
 Flying (magazine)
 Fstoppers
 Landscape Architecture Magazine
 Smithsonian Magazine
 Wired (magazine)

Brands they love

Shops, tools/accessories, websites
 Blackmagic Design
 Canon Cameras
 DJI
 Leica Camera
 Nikon
 Parrot (company)
 Sony
 Zacuto

Celebrities They Might Follow

 Home (Yann Arthus-Bertrand)
 Nadar (photographer)
 Ryan Connolly (presenter)
 Shane Hurlbut
 Vincent Laforet
 Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Aerial Photography Social Influencers

Facebook Pages:
https://www.facebook.com/Orlandoaerial/
(15,269 Likes)
https://www.facebook.com/TheDroneMan/
(156,745 Likes)
https://www.facebook.com/Alabama-Aerial-Photography-255141854644057/
(16,717 Likes)
YouTube Channels:
https://www.youtube.com/user/flitetest
(630,240 subscribers)
https://www.youtube.com/user/achaser123
(162,203 subscribers)
https://www.youtube.com/user/BHPhotoVideoProAudio
(505,365 subscribers)

Other Related Audiences (Less Refined)

Wired (website) – Digital Camera World, Digital Camera World Monthly, Tech Insider, SLR Lounge, Mashable, TechRadar, Shutterbug Magazine, BorrowLenses.com, Remote Control Helicopters,
Money (magazine), Black River Imaging, Photography Club, Engadget, PetaPixel, Outdoor Photographer Magazine, COUTURE | BOOK, CPQ Professional Imaging, Drones Club, Professional
Photographer Magazine, ShootDotEdit, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Work of Heart Photography, Digital Photo Pro Magazine, Photography Magazine, Financial Times, Mashable – Tech, Kite aerial photography, Business Insider, Fortune (magazine), Artsy Couture, Gizmodo, PhotographyTalk, The Verge, Lifehacker, Forbes, CRAVE PHOTOGRAPHY, The Wall Street Journal, Pretty Presets for Lightroom, TechCrunch, VentureBeat, 500px, Digital SLR Photography Magazine, Fundy Software Inc, Julieanne Kost, Photoshop and Lightroom Evangelist, Landscape Photography Magazine, ShootProof, Preset Shop, Learn Shoot Inspire, JinkyArt Photography, Birdesign, KelbyOne, CreativeLive, Greater Than Gatsby Photoshop Actions, One Willow Studios – Lightroom Presets, My First Drone or Rangefinder Magazine

Reach of Mined Audience: 25,000,000


 

How To Use This Information

If it’s not yet apparent how to actually use this info in the best way then it will become very apparent once you go through your Wealthy Affiliate Training. This info can be used in so many different ways that you will have lots of lightbulb moments going off inside your mind as you go through your training. But at the most basic level, this information will give you a clear understanding on what your perfect customer/reader tunes into online.

You can go check out the social influencers and see what kinds of posts get the most shares, likes etc and go create content of your own similar to what you know works. Look through their websites and see what products and services they promote. having this edge sets you up for success.

Last but not least:

Some Affiliate Programs You Can Promote On Your Website/Blog

These are just a handful I found on the ShareASale affiliate platform. There are many more but look at the EPC’s (earnings per click) on those. Pretty awesome right?
If you don’t have a ShareASale account you can create one HERE

Anyone can become an affiliate on ShareASale you just need to fill in the form and you are good to go:

You will need to apply to the individual programs on ShareASale by clicking the big blue JOIN PROGRAM button. Make sure your ShareASale profile is set up correctly so you get approved quickly into each program you apply for.

If you are unsure how to do this then reach out to me on Wealthy Affiliate when you create your free or premium account.  My username on there is ‘hoganeye’, but you will see me if you join via my link. Joining via my link will link you to me inside the platform.

I always make myself available to help so please reach out 🙂


Final thoughts

The above information is going to help you on your way to creating awesome content that actually helps your readers which in turn makes them become loyal subscribers to your blog.  Hopefully, I have helped answer your question on How To Start A Blog About Aerial Photography. I wish you all the success in the world.

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