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What to blog about when you've run out of ideas

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Blogging is a terrific way to get new customers and generate leads for your business, but what happens when your run out of ideas? This slide deck shares 10 types of posts that you can use to create …

Blogging is a terrific way to get new customers and generate leads for your business, but what happens when your run out of ideas? This slide deck shares 10 types of posts that you can use to create more great blog posts.
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  • 1. Presented By Sarkemedia.com
  • 2. Current events and popularnews stories are greatblogging fodder. Share yourown perspective, directyour readers to importantresources and more.
  • 3. It may sound cliché, butit’s true…“A picture is worth athousand words.”Share a picture on yourblog today.
  • 4. Whether it’s youtalking, demonstrating aprocess or somethinginteresting you’veobserved, videos are aperfect complement to anyblog.
  • 5. When you get stuck forblog topics, the solution isoften just a blog away.Find a blog post from aprominent blogger andshare your own viewpointabout the topic on yourblog. Be sure to include areference link to yourinspiration.
  • 6. If you’re not sure what towrite about, ask yourreaders to tell you whatthey want to know about.Answering questions is angreat way to create valuablecontent.
  • 7. Turn the tables and askyour readers a questionthat they answer in thecomments area.Let your readers create thecontent FOR you.
  • 8. Is there a commonmisconception inyour niche? Create ablog post to set therecord straight.
  • 9. They may not beeveryone’s cup oftea, but meme’s are aneasy way to come upwith content ideas.If you’re not sure a whatmeme is, learn morehere:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_meme -or search for “InternetMeme”.
  • 10. Look back at yourpreviously popularcontent and expand onthat.Break it into smallertopics or add moreinformation to the largertopic.Write a follow up post
  • 11. Have you recently used agreat product, watched amovie or consumedanything?If so, you’ve got blogcontent right there.
  • 12.  Get more free blogging advice when you subscribe to my newsletter  http://www.sarkemedia.com/z2b/