7 Ways to Generate Content Ideas                

Ever found yourself stuck for blog post ideas? It is something all bloggers experience at some point.

Here are 7 ideas that will get you out of trouble:

1. Share your Favourites: Share your favourite book, website, podcast or movie that would be relevant and valuable to your readers.

2. Social Media: Social media is a great place to find content ideas.  Have a look at accounts of other people in your niche and see what is being talked about.  You can also ask if anyone on your page has any questions they would like answered.

3. Share Worksheets and Checklists: Everyone loves a checklist.  There is scientific evidence that you release some feel good hormones when you tick off something on a to-do list or checklist.

4. Teach Something:  People always want to learn something new.  What is something new and relevant that you could educate them about.

5. Interview Someone: Interview someone interesting in your niche. You could interview them on audio or host a written interview.  You send the guest some questions by email – they respond – and then you post the questions and their reponses to your blog. Easy Peasy!

6. Share a Video: With literally millions of videos on YouTube, you would surely be about to find something of value to share with your readers.

7. Invite a Guest Blogger: Invite someone to write a blog that is relevant for your niche.

I would love to hear how you generate ideas.  Leave your tips in the comments below.

About the author 

Stacey Myers

Coaching entrepreneurial women who have decided that mediocrity is no longer an option. From ordinary to extraordinary.

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  1. 7 great content ideas…. I love Ray's ILT Method which is part of what you just shared… you have added some more ideas that are great also…. now there isn't any excuse as to how to get content… thanks Stacey

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