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100 Blog Topics I Hope YOU Write

100 Blog Topics I Hope YOU Write
People often ask me how I come up with things to blog about, and I find the question strange, because my problem is the opposite. I have too much to blog about. Why? Because there’s a whole fast revolution rolling through, and right now – today – is our time to make it all work for us. So, on my plane ride home from San Francisco, I decided to write you up 100 blog post titles that I want YOU to write. One favor? Here’s 100 Blog/Podcast Topics I Hope YOU Write: 1 How I Use Facebook 2 Ways I Embrace My Audience 3 Should My Town Use Social Media? If you like what you saw, I’ve got plans to send new blog topics out every week to you for a very low price. ChrisBrogan.com runs on the Genesis Framework The Genesis Framework empowers you to quickly and easily build incredible websites with WordPress. With automatic theme updates and world-class support included, Genesis is the smart choice for your WordPress website or blog. Become a StudioPress Affiliate Related:  What To Write About

Poets & Writers | Contests, MFA Programs, Agents & Grants for Writers Inspirational blogging – what to write about? You must publish thrilling content consistently in order to grow your site. To do so requires a constant stream of great, intelligent and novel ideas. How does one come up with so many post ideas that people enjoy and want to share? One of the main challenges bloggers have is finding those genius content ideas that power great posts. You cannot afford to sit and wait for inspiration to strike. Use these tips to create new brain sparks today, find fresh ideas and blast away at a new content piece with sense of inspiration and purpose. Write every day This doesn’t mean that you have to publish something new every day. Get ahead of yourself, keep an ideas doc Don’t start working on a post the day you need to publish it. The simplest way I have found to continuously beat the writer’s block is to be well organized and keep an ideas document. The ideas document be a simple text doc that contains a list of ideas for your future posts. Find content ideas in demand with your following Read a lot

50 Blog Post Ideas for Business Blogging Business blogging is not always easy . A business blog is subjective but unlike a private blog you still are writing for people interested in your trade, products and services and not necessarily you as a person watching movies and eating out. You can’t annoy people too much, you can’t be too personal funny outspoken So you need ideas that are creative while not being too creative as to scare away your business audience. To assist you I collected a list of 50 blog post ideas for business blogging for any industry . Remember that business blogging is about value. SEO 2.0 living and working in Germany as a blog & SEO consultant.

10 Reasons Readers Don’t Leave Comments August 7, 2006 Liz published this at 8:50 am My Secret My name is Liz and I have a secret. I read your blog almost every day, but you you wouldn’t know that. That’s because I hardly ever leave a comment. I know the value of a well-placed comment. There are more readers like me than ones who are not. It’s time we came clean and let you know what they are. 10 Reasons Readers Don’t Leave Comments I don’t suppose this is all of the reasons folks choose not to comment. What you write is so complete, that I don’t know what to say except good job. Sometimes I don’t comment because I’m self-conscious about new groups and fitting in. Yet when the content is rich and compelling, I lose all self-consciousness. Compelling content causes comments. Did I miss the reasons that keep you from commenting? –ME “Liz” Strauss Related articles Filed under Blog Comments, Customer Think, Marketing /Sales / Social Media, Successful Blog, Writing | 678 Comments » Related Posts

What to Blog About – Pick Something Remarkable This is part one of the One Week Blog Challenge series. Life is too short to be filling your world, or anyone else’s with mediocrity. What to blog about? If you’re going to start a blog, realize that it will take dedication. In order to have dedication you have to be writing about something that you really love. Most pros advocate picking a niche and going all out after that one niche. My view is – blog about whatever is the perfect combination of: your passion – what do you love doing, what makes you come aliveyour natural talent and abilitymonetizable – has profit potential The size of the niche you’re tackling needs to be proportional to how much effort you’re willing to put in. One of the biggest mistakes I’ve made in the past is creating sites that I thought would make money but on topics I didn’t care about. One overriding philosophy of my blog will be “Be a Purple Cow, create something remarkable“. Next up – picking a domain Sign Up Now for Free Updates and Exclusive Content:

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I want to start a blog but I just need a topic. What should I blog about? I was talking to a friend who is excited about the idea of starting a website. He said: “I have not blogged before so I just need a topic! This is the hard part!”. Many beginners might get stuck at this same stage so let’s take a look at things you should consider when finding a perfect topic to cover on your site. Reputations are built by those that share knowledge, experiences and insights. Your passion – topic that you really love and care aboutYour assets – topic that you are really good atMarket reality – topic there is interest and demand for 1. To find your topic look inside and see where the raw energy comes from. Have a look at your calendar, your emails, sites you subscribe to or people you follow on Twitter. Who are you? 2. Your passion will get you over hurdles and will fuel and drive your work day to day, but passion about a topic is not everything that you need. Finding your USP means looking at what you do best and what you do better than other people. 3.

111 Instant Blog Post Ideas Please use these 111 instant blog post ideas and feel free to critique or add to them. I haven't used many of them yet and I'm tired of keeping my master blog idea list private. So if I don't use these ideas for blog posts, hopefully you will! Hopefully this list will stir your mind a bit. Just remember that your voice is unique and that you have stories to tell, feelings to share, thoughts to offer, news to publish, and goals to reach, just like anybody else. 111 Instant Blog Post Ideas (plucked from the infinite array of possibilities) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111.

Sofia's World Starting a blog? 12 ideas for blog posts I’m currently writing a chapter on blogging for a book on online journalism [ UPDATE: Now published ]. It includes 12 typical blog post types to kickstart ideas. Here are the examples I came up with – I’d welcome any more: Point 6 UPDATED January 20 2012 in response to this blog post (I’m now wondering: was that linkbait? ). : the best way to start blogging: simply link to something elsewhere that you feel is interesting, or (better) that you disagree with. : for a story or for a way of doing things . : a straightforward and easy way to create a post. : attend a relevant event – a conference, meeting, public talk, demonstration, or even just a conversation – and write about it. : this typically only works once you’ve established a readership and generated goodwill by contributing yourself on your blog and in comments on other blogs, or if it’s for a worthy cause. : there are two ways you can pick a fight on your blog – one good, and one bad.

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