There are days when bloggers struggle with what to write about. Most of the time our brains are burnt out from writing. Another problem is we may have posts already in our draft. We just don’t want to post them because it’s still not finished. Well, since I run into those problems like any other blogger. I thought I’ll give a few tips.
Don’t know what to blog about? Here are Tips for You!
Take a day off – Even if you are concerned that you won’t get much traffic on your blogging day off. You can always repost your old blog posts on your social media account. It’s always a few people out there that haven’t read those posts already. Taking a break from blogging for a day or more can help you get yourself together. Your brain should relax sometimes.
Be Honest with Your Readers – Explain to your readers you don’t know what to blog about for that day. Maybe you can switch roles and ask them what are topics you should write about. I’m sure they will like that.
Plan Ahead of Time – Planning ahead of time isn’t always easy. Some of us don’t have extra time to do that. Try your best to start a schedule. Maybe your planning days can start on Sunday. That will give you time to plan for the next coming up week.
Buy a Writing Prompt Book – You can buy a writing prompt book from Barnes and Noble and Books-a-million. I brought two of my books from Barnes and Noble. They’re not expensive at all. So, you don’t have to worry about spending lots of money on one. It’s good to have one on your writer’s block days. There are so many random topics that you could write about.
Google Topics to Write About – Of course, it is common sense to go on the internet and search topics to write about. There are plenty of other good websites that give you new ideas.
Before you go…
Before you go I’m going to give you a few topics to write about. I wasn’t going to let you leave without helping you out some more. Don’t worry I got you!
1) Pros and Cons of Networking on Social Media
2) Experience moving to a new state
3) Shopping on a budget
4) Favorite Vacation
5) Self-Love Experience
6) Embarrassing moment you had in public
7) One thing you hate about social media
8) The first time you lost something important to you
9) What made you start blogging
10) What’s your favorite school memory
I’m hoping these tips help you out. Now it’s time to put your mind in focus mode. GET TO WRITING!
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