If you are just joining our blogging journey well take a seat. Today we’ll look at blogging ideas. If you are a start-up or been doing this for the longest time am sure you might have once come to a point where you’ve been stuck or ideas just aren’t flowing. Some might even call it a writer’s block. Firstly, I’d love to inspire you as a blogger or content creator to always have with you a journal or notebook. Ideas come from different and untimely inspirations. So, if you ever felt like you have nothing new or no new conversation with your audience this is for you
Take some time to go through your previous content and look at the comment section. In this section, you’d your audience’s inquiry about certain problems related to your blog or content. Write them down, this are brilliant blogging ideas. Look at the responses or inboxes in your mail. What does your audience ask about or request you to cover?
2. Tips on How to Go About Certain Problems
Well, consistently feedback from your audience can guide you as a blogger or a content creator to new blogging ideas. Sharing with your audience step by step use of a certain product is an excellent idea tip. Similarly, you could blog on tips on how to do this or that around your blog niche. On one occasion I had a client ask me how some features of Canva worked. I did a step by step guide and review about Canva
3. Research from Search Engines
Equally important it’s never an old idea to go through search engines. Get a look at what’s new in your field and what are audiences looking for from your field. Then form your concept from the search results you get and create a new topic out of it. Keep your content on the go, make sure as a blogger or content creator you are usually informed on what happening around your space. Most of the research you’ll need will require you to understand your Blog Niche.
4. Q&As to Your Audience
Consequently, as a blogger or content creator, you could ask your audience on topics to discuss. You can use your social media sites for this section. Set some questions for your audience and ask them which topic they feel they want you to write about or focus on next. Also, ask them to choose between two topics.
- Write an Opinion Editorial.
Here’s a giveaway. Again your audience definitely would love to hear about your journey. Your wins. Your loses. What challenges you faced in your journey. Your learned dos and don’ts. Use this and come up with content around it. What tough decisions you had to make in your field or blog niche. Furthermore, you can divide the Opinion Editorial with different features of it. In conclusion, there are so many ways to come up with new content for your blog, explore them. Read a lot. Do your research and never give up on creating.
“If you want to continually grow your blog, you need to learn to blog on a consistent basis.” -Neil Patel.