Low Competition Blogging Niches FinderBeta

Do you want to start a blog but don't know what to write about? Do you want to find a blogging niche that isn't too competitive? If so then you'll want to check out our list of low competition niches (plus a list of those that are best avoided). This page highlights blogging niches that appear less competitive than other niches. Blogs in these niches will gain traffic more quickly and with little to no link building.

This page also lists super competitive niches that you're probably better off staying well away from. Newbie blog owners usually make the mistake of picking one of these niches. While you can can well with blogs in these niches, you're usually better to choose a less competitive niche where it's possible to get established comparatively quickly.

Incidentally, most blogging niches are pretty competitive these days. If you want a whole lot less competition then consider making content for YouTube. Check out our sister site FindAChannel for a list of the easiest YouTube niches in 2021.

More Competitive Blogging Niches

Niche Popularity Competition Potential
1. Related Keywords
61
2. Wrist Braces
62
3. Cryptocurrency Nigeria
61
4. Watch Reviews
56
5. Cyber Monday
61
6. Fleet Management
55
7. Cyber Monday
61
8. Watch Reviews
56
9. Dog Training
39
10. Baking Soda
60
11. Travel Products
51
12. Chrome Os
61
13. Business Online
46
14. Solo Travelling
60
15. Care Sheets
56
16. Weirdcore
60
17. Chocolate Cream
58
18. Vintage Athletics
58
19. News Stories
56
20. Weird Dude
60
21. Printable Art
55
22. Pvc Fences
59
23. Handmade Wallets
59
24. Chocolate Cupcakes
59
25. Funny Sounds
58
26. News Stories
56
27. Chocolate Cupcakes
59
28. Sales Personality
57
29. Wooden Bowls
59
30. Funny Underwear
58
31. News Stories
56
32. Basil Plant
58
33. Nice Stories
58
34. Dinosaur Art
55
35. Requirements Gathering
60
36. Aerosol Paints
60
37. Bjd Dolls
60
38. Pvc Fences
59
39. Cryptocurrency Risks
59
40. Book Values
55
41. Fishing Bags
56
42. Calligraphy Supplies
58
43. Mens Pullovers
58
44. Cleaning Pumps
57
45. Garden Trailers
58
46. Hilarious News
57
47. Hazmat Decontamination
60
48. Weird Memes
60
49. Healthy Cooking
53
50. Healthy Cooking
53
51. Healthy Cooking
53
52. Playstation 5
58
53. Healthy Cooking
53
54. Knee Crutches
58
55. Knee Crutches
58
56. Case Studies
56
57. Healthy Diet
48
58. Pain Relief
53
59. Cryptocurrency Signals
55
60. Healthy Diet
46
61. Comic Books
51
62. Easy Karaoke
52
63. Small Business
34
64. Wordpress Seo
45
65. Price Analysis
52
66. Virtual Assistant
50
67. Price Analysis
52
68. Balloon Delivery
52
69. Animal Crossing
52
70. Animal Crossing
52
71. Price Analysis
52
72. Fitness Leggings
49
73. Price Analysis
52
74. Car Restoration
45
75. Real Estate
39
76. Industrial Electricians
52
77. Car Restoration
45
78. Online Shop
38
79. Shopify
51
80. Car Restoration
45
81. Wordpress Site
50
82. Shopify
51
83. Urban Decay
53
84. Lawn Rollers
53
85. Shopify
51
86. Wooden Gifts
51
87. Urban Decay
53
88. Price Analysis
52
89. Watch Servicing
50
90. Meal Plans
51
91. Shopify
51
92. Remote Work
49
93. Meal Plans
51
94. Online Shop
38
95. Car Restoration
45
96. Indian Cooking
50
97. Insomnia Treatment
51
98. Remote Work
49
99. Learning Courses
50
100. Car Restoration
45

Less Competitive Blogging Niches

Niche Popularity Competition Potential
1. Google Adsense
78
2. Weird Yungblud
82
3. Prettiest Flowers
82
4. Eggplant Salad
82
5. Zara Haul
82
6. Lockdown Q
82
7. Lockdown Q
82
8. Shopify Dropshipping
81
9. Google Adsense
78
10. Lockdown Q
82
11. Lockdown Q
82
12. Asmr Fails
82
13. Hilarious Sounds
82
14. Funny Elmo
80
15. Funny Horror
80
16. Awful Calls
82
17. Google Adsense
78
18. Cats Bracelet
81
19. Truck Fails
81
20. Hiring Millennials
86
21. Wordpress Agency
84
22. Disturbing Iceberg
89
23. Awful Bands
89
24. Hilarious Reactions
91
25. Prettiest Pokemon
90
26. Lease Fees
91
27. Homemade Nuggets
92
28. Motorized Spindles
93
29. Neon Earpods
93
30. Mumbles Lighthouse
96
31. Vape Fails
95
32. Terrible Haircuts
96
33. Disturbing Voicemails
98
34. Funny Xxtenations
96
35. Disturbing Garfield
98

This data is generated by our AI engine SakiAI. The data in these tables changes regularly, so remember to bookmark this page and check back from time to time.

How to Use This Data

Here is more information about the columns in the tables above:

Popularity
This is a percentage scale (0: not popular, 100: very popular). Popularity is a measure of how popular this niche is with other bloggers. For example many people write blogs about weight loss or making money online. Comparatively few people write blogs about horse racing or goal setting. Generally speaking more popular niches have more competition, although this tends to be from other bloggers. It doesn't necessarily show how competitive the search results are for a particular niche because the search results could be dominated by major players. For example in shopping niches there may be less blogs but you'll be up against Amazon, eBay and etsy. Some niches also have few bloggers but competition from business is intense - the water coolers niche being one such example.
Competition
This is on a percentage scale (0: no competition, 100: very competitive). This is a more general measure of how competitive a niche is. However, bear in mind that this data is more heavily biased towards competition in search results for web pages. It can be easier to get traffic on YouTube in more competitive niches, but it will still be a hard slog unless you have followers from a previous blog or social media empire. Remember to visit our sister site FindAChannel as it has a number of useful SEO tools for YouTube.
Potential
A niche's overall potential is rated on a percentage scale. Be aware that this scale is the inverse of the previous two, i.e. 0 is the lowest potential and 100 is for niches with the most potential. Niche potential is assessed by a combination of popularity and competitiveness.

What Are Good Blogging Niches?

I spent a lot of time blogging in 2009 - 2012. I used to blog in some difficult niches (business software, accountancy) and one much easier niche - general lifestyle. Although my accountancy blog received very high value clicks on CPC (cost per click) adverts, I hardly received any visitors to my blog. It was also pretty difficult writing the articles, especially as I'm not a trained accountant!

By contrast my lifestyle blogs displayed advertising that lead to much lower CPC values per click. However, the sites received at least 10x as much traffic as my accountancy blog, and it was much easier to write the articles. In the end I decided to continue with my lifestyle blogs and I let the accountancy website domain expire.

I recommend blogging about evergreen topics. These are subjects that people are always interested in, regardless of the time of year or other factors. I also recommend not focussing on the day to day changes in your website traffic. Your site's traffic will go up and down - get used to it. Below is a chart of the number of visitors to one of my niche blogs over a 9 year timespan:

Chart showing almost constant traffic to my 9 year old niche site

Note how there was a major traffic slump in 2013. Most bloggers would simply have let the domain name expire, and gone on to try some other way of making money online.

Why has this blog done so well? These general observations might help:

More tips for choosing a blogging niche: