Newbies and professionals alike often experience the dreaded writer’s block while pauses when they create their future blog posts. More than anything else, the blog is dead due to an absence of content. A Completed and successful blog needs new posts at a minimum of once a week.
I have more than 40 ideas to help with the next healthy Blog Post.
Lists –Best Friend of A Blogger’s
- Need to create a list for your Blog Topic. It’s your best information for all in one place.
- Need to Create a comprehensive list of Required tools, suppliers, and places to visit, words to study, etc.
- List the steps to perform a specific task.
- List reasons to take action, or ways to accomplish specific objectives.
- Create a List of other blogs that you Discuss and read, and why you read them. Like as, you can get these blogs to do the same with yours.
Blog Reader Involvement
- Ask blog readers to submit their links to favorite Topic. This will create a very useful resource for future blog posts.
- Create a poll and include your blog.
- Answer Reader questions from readers. It’s a great idea to interact with individual readers, but likely others will have the same questions. It will help fill in holes in your content.
- Request for feedback on a specific problem or concern. You can pose a problem you are having, or one posed with a reader, and request feedback from your readers and share their experience.
- Contest. Give away prizes for specific readers’ involvement.
- Look into the pros and cons of an issue.
- Contrast the various positions of issue. Often their many parts to each issue. Some issues are politics and religion while others are merely light-hearted. Like as favorite fabrics or type of video game software and others. Explain Their black and white issue.
- Post for beginners. Think about what you would need to know if you were just getting started in the industry. Write from that perspective.
- Post for experts. Apply your knowledge to a specific point, and help advanced users to accomplish a challenging task, or to understand a complex concept.
- Profile the best and the worst of something.
- Visit a Book Shop, and read the book cover of a Book topic. Or an unrelated topic.
- Use the dictionary to look up relevant industry terms and conditions, and use generate new ideas. Synonyms and explanations of commonly used words might get the creative sparks flying.
- Note your idea: A small notepad in your back pocket or purse can absorb all the great ideas you’re generating while walking the dog, riding the bus, or waiting in line for groceries.
- Read opposite category blogs. Read or follow your opposite category. LIkely family travel blog, a fashion blog, and others. Spend some time on a blog for gourmet food. By getting out of your industry, ideas will begin to flow.
- Write a “for dummies” post.
- Write about current events and their effect on the niche. Maybe new government policies, the failure or success of a large company in your industry, or changing attitudes.
- Interview relevant people in the news
- Discuss a popular topic, That’s why it’s popular?
- Turn on the news and see what’s happening. Sometimes 10 minutes of the evening news and get the ideas.
- Leave your desk. Sometimes visit a park, a movie theatre, or even a walk in the woods. Get out of the hole and enjoy some nature. Your pent up ideas will begin to surface.
- Write a critical review of another blog post. Can be constructive or flaming.
- Post a strongly opinionated blog.
- Respond to general criticism of your industry. Maybe a news program put your industry in a bad light. Respond to this in your blog, showing what else is involved.
- Respond to direct criticism of your blog. It’s impossible to run a blog and not offend someone sometimes.
- What bugs me? Most likely things that bug you will bug other people too. Address these points.
- Connect with another blogger in your niche and review each other’s blogs.
- Review complimentary service providers. Help your readers sort through the options available to them.
- How to use a product or service in a difficult way.
- Address a common audition and explain if it’s fact or fiction.
- Review the performance of your blog and show results regularly.
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