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46 Blog Post Ideas In case you're a little stuck

Published on 7/12/2019
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1. "Welcome to My Blog!" Post - Explain your purpose for starting your blog to your audience. You could even link to it from your 'About' page.
2. "Mission Statement" Post - If your blog is one part of your business and not the entire purpose, you might want to craft a separate post explaining what the overall purpose of your business.
3. "About Me" Post - Sure, you've explained your professional credentials on your website's "about" page, but here's where you can get a little personal. Share your quirks and passions that aren't business-related with your audience.
4. "Explain Terminology" Post - Create a post which lists and defines major industry-specific terms your reader needs to know in order to fully understand your blog and participate in conversation intelligently in this field.
5. "Feature a Staff Member" Post - Craft a separate post for each of your staff members so that readers can feel connected to the people answering their emails and responding to their blog comments.
6. "Explain Foundational Concept" Post - Clearly explain a major yet beginner's concept for people who are new to your field.
7. "Motivational / Get Moving!" Post - Encourage your community to get started doing whatever it is you want them to do with inspirational quotes, a fresh perspective or shareable graphics/photos.
8. "Top 10 / List" Post - Sometimes just knowing where to begin can be the hardest part. Create a list of helpful stuff for your reader to tackle a task. This post you are currently reading is an example.
9. "Best vs. Worst" Post - Compare and contrast two sets of things.
10. "How to" Post - Show your audience step-by-step how to accomplish a task.
11. "Interview an Industry Expert" Post - Ask an expert in your field if they would be willing to do an interview with you. Either record the interview and post this audio file to your blog (and iTunes!) or have the interview transcribed and post as text.
12. "Respond to a Current Event" Post - Did something major in your industry just happen? Write a blog post about it to let others know it happened, explain your view and next steps they should take.
13. "Feature a Client" Post - Share a client's story or testimonial (with their permission, of course).
14. "Update / Progress" Post - Working on a new book, course, retreat, class, etc? In addition to just announcing it's upcoming availability, continue to post about the progress you are making towards its completion to build up the hype!
15. "Behind-the-Scenes" Post - Share with your community a look at how you run your show. It could be professionally-oriented, such as "how you handle your entire business accounting for free!," or personal, such as "what's on my desk right now." (Bonus idea: people often enjoy seeing photos from 'behind-the-scenes' on social media, too!)
16. "Community Challenge" Post - Encourage your community to engage with you by setting up a challenge. Explain the goal, clear instructions, resources for help and a way to measure success.
17. "Show Your Process" Post - Explain to your audience how you do something when there's more than one way, and tell them why you prefer your way. Is it free, easier, more intuitive?
18. "Resources" Post - Compile a list of helpful tools and resources your community would love to know about to make them better!
19. "Share a Struggle" Post - Nobody's perfect. Share with your readers a struggle you either have consistently or have had recently, and explain how you resolved it. Remember, keep it specific to your industry. If you are a copywriter, don't complain about how you hate doing taxes, but rather share your struggles avoiding distraction while working from home.
20. "Giveaway / Freebie / Contest" Post - Everyone loves free stuff! Hold a contest or giveaway, and write a blog post to promote it. Make it easy for your readers to share your post by adding social media share buttons if you don't already utilize them.
21. "Guest" Post - Allow another well-respected blogger in your field write a guest post for your blog. They will then promote it on their blog and other marketing platforms, which drives traffic to your site.
22. "Recap an Event" Post - Did you recently just attend a conference or a mastermind of experts/participants in your field? Share your lessons learned with your readers. You could even update the post throughout the day and promote it on social media, which works well if the event has a dedicated hashtag.
23. "Don't Do This" Post - Ever make a serious mistake that you don't want your community to repeat? Share it with them.
24. "Feature a Milestone" Post - Did your business hit a milestone worth celebrating? New product release? A million twitter followers? Achieve complete location independence? Share it with your readers!
25. "Product Review" Post - Give your honest review about a product you use in your industry, letting others know what you liked, didn't like, how it will/won't help them, and whether or not they should purchase it.
26. "Influencers" Post - Share with your readers who the key people are in your field who have influenced you. Or, create a list of other major players in your field that your community should be watching/following. For those concerned about your competition, just remember that your community wants to know that you're the best in your field, playing in the same leagues as the other experts.
27. "Myth / Misconception" Post - What are the things your readers believe in your industry that they shouldn't? Share a myth or misconception that they need to dispel and let them know the truth! Make sure to back up all statements with facts and links to unbiased sources, or explicitly state that you are voicing an opinion.
28. "Solve a Problem" Post - Is there a recurring problem coming up among readers in your community that you keep getting asked about? Write the definitive solution, and direct your followers to that post from that point on.
29. "Take This Quiz!" Post - Engage your audience and make reading your content fun with a quiz embedded into your blog.
30. "Why This Matters" Post - Talk to your audience about a subject in your field which is often overlooked or disregarded and explain why it is really important after all.
31. "Respond to Another Post" Post - Did someone in your field write a blog post or post a video with information on which you have a differing opinion? Write a rebuttal, make sure to directly address that person's post, then share it with them on a public forum such as twitter. Both your community and his/hers is sure to notice!
32. "Update to a Post" Post - Did you write a post a while back which is in desperate need of updating? You could go back and re-write it, or you could write a brand new post which links back to the old post and highlights some of the changes since then.
33. "Embed a Webinar" Post - Conduct a webinar for your community, record it, and embed the video in a post on your blog.
34. "Link to an Interview of You" Post - Did a news channel, journal or other authoritative source interview you for their platform? Create a blog post on your own website which either embeds their video or links back to their material.
35. "Social Media" Post - You could take this a few ways. Craft a reminder post telling people that you are on social media and provide links where to find you. Or, you can show people how you use social media in your business to promote your work and provide tips to your community on how they can do the same.
36. "Infographic" Post - Create a lovely, shareable, super helpful infographic, and put it in a blog post. You can easily create an infographic in Canva:
37. "Blog Series" Posts - Consider breaking one of your long-form posts into a couple of posts to make the material more digestible. You could do a step-by-step series where each step is a new post, for example.
38. "Explain Your Product" Post - Books are pretty self-explanatory, but courses? Coaching? Retreats? Some products require a little more detail. Whether your product is fresh-off-the-shelves or has been gathering dust for a little while, bring some attention to it with a post.
39. "Pose a Question or Survey" Post - Get your audience to really engage with you by asking them to offer their own opinions or suggestions on a topic in which you do not overwhelmingly reveal the answer/solution up front.
40. "I Tried Something New" Post - Blogging can be a great way to communicate your own journey in your industry to your readers and encourage them to do the same. Try out something new - a new product, process, experience - and tell others how it went.
41. "Case Study" Post - Write a case study about a particular failure or success in your industry. This could highlight a client, for example, and their journey towards the ultimate goal you want each one of your community members to achieve. For example, if you are a weight loss coach, you could feature the case study of a person who was doing everything wrong, then engaged your services and started turning her life around by implementing x, y and z routines.
42. "Rant" Post - Let your passion and emotion for something really show through and write a post that is sure to get people talking on both sides - whether they agree or disagree with you. This can be done without alienating folks.
43. "Gripe" Post - Have a complaint or pet peeve which irks you that you know other members of your community, if you told them, would say, "ugh, I hate that too!" Write a post about it, get your audience on your side, and explain how you resolve the issue.
44. "Teach a Skill" Post - Teach your community an indispensable skill they will need for success in your field that makes you look like you have a wealth of knowledge way beyond elementary topics, and, clearly, they need to seek your immediate guidance through private classes or coaching sessions.
45. "Expand on Someone's Post" Post - Did someone in your field write an amazing article, but you felt they were really missing a crucial element you wish your readers knew? Don't just comment on that person's original blog post. Instead, write an article referencing it, citing why you really liked it and summarizing the main points they already covered, then go into further detail about what you felt was missing.
46. "Why I'm Different" Post - You're not the only expert in your field, and you need to win your community over so the competition doesn't take their business. The best way to do this is to be honest about who you are and what you have to offer by explaining in which specific ways you are different from the rest.
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