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Content Week: A bit of homework to inspire you – come and get involved!

Theme WeekAfter the week we’ve had immersing ourselves in the wild and wonderful world of sourcing blog content, there shouldn’t be any one of you who hasn’t come up with at least one idea for a post. But in order to blog better this year, I’m encouraging you to push even further – spend some time this week (why not right now?!) writing 25 blog post ideas to get started. You don’t need to use all 25, just find some space in your brain to dig them all out and get them all down in hard copy. Have even more than 25? Go for it! Really, it’s just an exercise to put everything we’ve learned this week into practice. If nothing else, you’ll have a handy list to refer to next time you’re struggling for ideas.

As always, let us know how you go in the comments – you’re bound to find a friend in the same boat as you!

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Comments

  1. sneharoy says:

    hi, thanks for this article though short it had a nice meaning to itself

  2. Hi …I liked your idea of writing 25 posts but it is a time taking process as getting out ideas and topics takes time…..thanks for the encouragement

  3. Hanis says:

    I get the ideas from doing question and answer for myself.Then I write article to elaborate it for normal readers.

  4. Sounds like a plan and I think that there is a quick start. Already market about 10 topics a day ago.

  5. Yes, I am definitely doing this. Over breakfast tomorrow morning, that is where my mind wanders best. I am going to do a mind map for at least 25 post ideas! Thanks for the prompt. Sometimes it is good to get a little push.

  6. Rosie Evie says:

    Wow, this is so helpful. I’m using many of these tips to give my blog a much-needed boost. Thank you so much for

    sharing!!

  7. Buxrr says:

    Great suggestion! Quality content is hard to come up with and the more quality content you can come up with, the better off you are. Sometimes once ideas start flowing you can’t write it down fast enough. Other times writers block takes over, so you may as well jot it down while you can.

  8. waqar akram says:

    I started my new Blog, Just one month, so looking forward to learn more about writing good content for Blog.
    That would be really nice for bloggers like me.

  9. rahul says:

    I am definitely doing this. Over breakfast tomorrow morning, that is where my mind wanders best.

  10. karan says:

    i get idea outside the computer, i simply go to a walk with my pen and notebook so if anything comes in my mind so i can write it and this works most of the time.

  11. Hemant says:

    Hi,

    This is a helpful article for me, I really appreciate you efforts :)

  12. Short and sweet :) Pretty helpful little piece of content Darren.

  13. Tips Cantik says:

    Write a content for blog is easy, but write a high quality content is not easy, i need almost 2 hours for write 1 semi high quality content (And i can smell burning sensation from my brain :D ),,, nice article, , , thx for share, , , ,

  14. *sigh* – I wrote a whole post, but your new guest-post policy prevented me from getting it published on ProBlogger!
    I have five highly effective techniques that I have described in my post. These are: interviews, survey, related readings, new and focus of the week.
    They help me keep my readers engaged and interested. And allow me to post rich and refreshing content on a consistent basis.
    Raj

  15. metz says:

    Nice! I guess this is effective!

    Challenging for a blogger to know how many post he or she can produce, below or beyond 25? Hmmn, pretty hard-hitting, but nothing is impossible if you are in a good frame of mind and raring to work for it, right? Well, I hope you agree with me. :D

    I found this post shared on Kingged.com, the Internet marketing content aggregator site, and I “kingged” it and left this comment.

  16. Very great suggestion! Quality content is hard to come up with and the more quality content you can come up with, the better off you are.

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  18. Bob Trotta says:

    That’s some fantastic piece of writing. I just really enjoyed the content very much whereas perusing.

  19. Matt says:

    Love the idea, 25 post ideas can be a times daunting because sometimes the tap is just not on. The best part of this is that you can use this list later. I typically keep all lists of ideas for posts generally in one place so I can look back on them (even that sometimes spawns new ideas).

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