How To Craft A Blog Topic For Your Next Blog Post?

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Nowadays, coming up with a blog topic to write about is easy since there is so much research that can be found related to the niche with the advent of technology. This research helps us to expand our understanding of the topic that we want to write about.

 

Do you also wonder why most people are able to write so many articles in just a single topic?  It’s not just because they have the writing skills, but simply because of their passion to their subject.  I bet there are points in time where ideas flow so much and it’s overwhelming.  Though for some, it could be the other way around – a point in time where they’re lacking creativity and don’t know which direction to go or start with.  

 

In order to be successful in writing, it all boils down on how important it is to choose the right niche at the very start.  It also helps with SEO.  You sure have a clue of the exact keywords your audience is searching for and what they can expect to see in your content. Besides, it’s really fun.

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Having a niche lets you get more organic traffic and a better understanding on what to write about on your next blog.  Try to put yourself in your readers’ shoes on what topics should go next after reading your previous post.  It is important that you understand of what your audience really wants to know next or what your audience needs.

 

You can also write something a little bit off the topic but you have to make sure it’s related to what your readers want to get answers of.

 

I have listed below types of blog posts and ideas to help you to quickly get an idea of what to come up with.

  1. Like probing, start by creating a very important relevant Question.
  2. Write a rundown Review and give your point of view, maybe promotional to your product by crafting stories that connect and sell.
  3. Create a step by step tutorials that answers relevant How-to’s and walk them through solutions and give them some helpful answers.
  4. Listicles are popular – a blog lingo that means “list + articles” a simple guide or an essential guide that are easy to follow, and who doesn’t love reading listicles right?
  5. Provide Resources or Links of things you best recommend and share them why.
  6. Write an answer about your page’s FAQ– frequently asked questions.
  7. Similar to listicles, you can also write an essential Checklists and To-dos types of list.
  8. Send out a Poll, Survey or a Quiz filled with questions and gather their responses.
  9. Round up Interviews with influencers about your topic.
  10. Inspirational Quotes for your industry or to live by
  11. Photo Showcase of your travel experience, events or a controversial story.
  12. Tell or share a Story of a recent event or a personal experience.

Figuring out your blog topic ideas shouldn’t be a struggle anymore, just use them and it will help you trigger your creative mind for great blogging.

 Always remember the importance of writing a posts that establishes your credibility and expertise. Your audience have their own way of doing their thing but they will surely consider you for other opportunities down the road.

 

How about sharing us your idea below and comment!

 

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30 Responses

  1. Brenda Mueller
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    I recently created a post from something that was said in an audio book I was listening to. This one post is going to create at least ten more posts for my first series. I’m excited about that.

  2. weekendall
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    Listicles – that’s great! I love that word/idea.

    Kendall
    http://www.weekendall.com

  3. Sondra Barker
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    You are right about having to know your audience and what needs to come next. These were great options to think about.

  4. This is a really useful post with great ideas to create different types on content. I like the idea of creating different posts centred around a set topic. If your audience like a topic they will come back to read for more of the same.

  5. Vladimir Covic
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    I think that first 5-10 topics are easy for bloggers as most have at least a general idea of what they’re writing about. But after that it can get harder and harder to deliver posts that would interest your audience. This post sums that very well.

  6. Parker
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    I think it’s so important to develop a content calendar, and content strategy. If you know your game plan, you can step back and ask yourself what kind of content is missing here… that my reader really needs. Good article!

  7. Shelah
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    You have some great suggestions. Now I need to try to implement them into my blog posts. 🙂

  8. The Crocheting Mom
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    Great information. I go through phases where I can’t think of anything, and then the next week I have a whole list of ideas. This post is very helpful.

  9. Nellaino
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    Great list of tips! I’ll pin this so that I can come back later!

  10. ChellBee (@iamChellBee)
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    I love this list. I usually combine the how to type post, with a list of resources, and share my personal experience on the topic.

  11. chewoutloud
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    These are some great reminders and good starting points for sure. Esp good for when you get stuck in a rut!

  12. The Sprouting Minds
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    All is so true! I have found that writing about what you have a passion for makes things so much easier…I start thinking about one thing, then get excited about another topic that goes along with my niche 🙂 I have never heard of the word, listicles before….but these are great!

  13. Shawna
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    I don’t have a huge follow at this time as I am still relatively new to blogging, but I had recently thought of possibly having a poll to help see what my followers want to see more of. Very informative post!

  14. Tiffany Meiter
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    Thanks for the tips. I struggle with continuing to write about the same topic and keeping it fresh and interesting.

  15. waitingforrain28
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    Sometimes topics come easy, and other times I am sitting there, scratching my head. These are some great tips to help with those more difficult brainstorming days.

  16. d
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    continually coming up with ideas is so difficult

  17. Amber
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    What great ideas! If I have no idea what to write about, I usually turn to photos.

  18. Nallely/Tips4chiks
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    I like these ideas, sometimes I struggle to write a post my niche is beauty , as I grow I feel it gets a little harder to get a better idea to write about lol

  19. acraftymix
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    Thank you the tips are really great, especially since I seem to have hit a bit of a blank wall right now. It strange how sometimes the ideas just flow and then, there’s that horrible dry spell.

  20. D
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    Always looking for post ideas. Thanks for this!!!

  21. Mommy Engineering
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    These are some great tips on how to get yourself started on a new blog post! I struggle with this and take awhile to get through some really long posts and so I’m fortunate for guest posts so fill the time! <3

  22. Emily
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    Excellent advice! I have been struggling with writing my next post. Now I have a little more to think about and try.

  23. Strugglesofafitmom.com
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    This is a very helpful guide for when we get stuck in a rut! Thank you!

  24. Krysti Jaims
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    These are really excellent ideas, very helpful to fellow bloggers!

  25. angie
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    thanks so much for sharing, now I have a few new ideas spurred up thanks again
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  26. An Ecstatic Dilemma
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    Wonderful article, informative and as a newbie as a blogger, it’s of utmost importance to me. Thanks for sharing.

  27. Karolina | Odnova
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    Very useful tips. In my case, the text idea I usually have. The worse is how to describe the subject to attract the reader.

  28. Tiffany Staples
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    This is a great exercise… I love all these ideas for posts! I have so many ideas, sometimes it’s hard to keep myself focused!

  29. Victoria Schneider
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    I am definitely going to book mark this for those days I have creative blocks. So helpful, friend. I appreciate you sharing and taking the time to write all this out.

  30. Nikki Leigh
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    Sometimes coming up with topics is hard. I know I’ve spent hours some days wondering what I’m going to write. This post is very useful!

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