I used so far: SimilarWeb for chrome and SimilarSites asked for a market study But it's very general. People like what I write, and I related more to authors like Louise Hay or Paulo Coelho. But I don't belong to specific genre. For example: I'm not a psychic, or writing on christian based topics. It's purely general motivation. It's hard for me to turn this idea around and get focused.
General Motivation for a general audience sounds like a hard focus point. Try breaking down- all motivation have singular aspects outside of faith and religion. What are your topics? Relationship, Career, depression/Mental illness, etc?
Sometimes there's a need to talk things through to fully understand what it is you have rather than switching focus. I've been to art school, I've proofread and guided lots of writers through this- the creative process takes some analysis, but sometimes you're just too close to see what's right in front of you. Take a step back, do some general blogging. Tumblr is great for becoming engrossed in various cultures- the motivation culture is one of them! Take time to know the general community and that will help.
Answered 6 years ago
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