They don’t. But it’s very hard without them.
Obviously, I’m going to be talking about niches lol
As a blogger with a (semi?) niche, I really don’t have the motivation to blog. That’s the reason why I have my weekly/semi-weekly Life Adventures(link to latest one). I can talk about my life and what I’m doing currently. It’s a weekly vlog if you think in Youtube terms. I do that so I can grow the motivation to blog about my niche.
Similar to blogging, there are content creators(ie Twitch people, Youtubers, Vimeo(??)). These content creators take what they love and produce content for it. That should be obvious though.
Some of these content creators branch out and either make more channels for their “hobbies” or they strictly upload them to their only channel. For example, a lot of YouTubers have a 2nd/Vlog channel so people can see their daily life and be more personal with their fans.
The thing is though, blogging and creating videos is not the same.
Blogging are faced with predicaments of being strict with their content (from what I’ve seen). How often do you see a fashion blogger talk about their mental health? Not that often, unless they have more than one small niche for different followers to read.
It’s like how Markiplier stopped playing video games for a while and focused on the van skits that some of his fans didn’t enjoy. Or how Pewdiepie stopped doing gaming videos altogether.
It’s hard not to follow a niche. That could be a good reason why when I look at my stats, I get sad.
(self-deprecation for lyfe yall)
It’s hard to not follow one niche. You just have to be better at what you want to do.
Either way, making it big is hard and you have to be inspiring and focus on your joy rather than your want of fame.