The biggest frustration most bloggers have…
…is not knowing what to write about. And because they allow that frustration to linger they stop blogging.
So I want to share with you a tip that has allowed me to not only create content fast but have a repository of articles to use for future posts. Currently my repository has over 101 articles ready for posting.
So here’s the tip…
Take every single frequently asked or infrequently asked question and turn it into an article. Write down all the myths and misconceptions people have about your industry, products or service and turn them into articles. Look at what your competitors are doing wrong versus what you are doing right and make that an article. Share case studies or stories on how you, your product or service helped a customer.
Before you know it all those questions, myths, misconceptions, right versus wrong, case studies and stories that you’ve jotted down should give you at least 52 fantastic subjects to write about. And, if you push them out once a week you will have a whole years worth of blog articles covered. Now if you only put out 2 articles a month, well then you have 2 years worth of blogs covered.
I, myself, publish between 2-3 articles a week on my blog. So, yeah, lots of content to be shared. But I started out just like you frustrated until I figured out that by jotting down all my ideas for future content allowed me to craft an inventory of subjects that will keep my website blog filled for years to come.
FYI – this article was originally written as a Facebook post on September 9, 2019 then shared as a blog post. Recycling content is a great way to generate even more inventory for your blog articles.