One of the most difficult challenges in blogging is finding the topic to blog about. Sometimes blog owners don’t update their blog for months just because they can’t find an idea to write about in their blog. If you are facing the same problem, these are the 4 ideas to write about in your blog.
Quick blog listing
People like to read a list of blogs because it’s convenient to read them. It helps to save time because they don’t have to search the internet. Help your visitor by creating a blog list that can save time in finding the right solution to their problems. Help your visitor help you.
The blog owner on your list can also do you a favor by visiting your blog when he sees his blog receiving visitors from your blog. Who knows, he could become your new potential boyfriend who shares the same hobby.
Have you ever had a bad experience using a product? If so, why not write about it? Write a blog post about the bad experience and help other people so they never have it. Tell your reader why you are going through that experience and how to resolve it. You may have found a better product for a particular problem.
Don’t be biased when writing a product review. Never accuse anything on the basis of weak reasoning. If you’ve never had a bad experience, write an honest review about your great experience with a product that really helps solve your problem.
Review of the blog
Blog review is not a bad idea to write about. Write down the reasons why you like a blog and why you recommended your blog reader to visit it. Whether it’s a blog dedicated to an anime you like or a hobby you enjoy. Check out the blog and talk to your reader about it.
When writing a review, it’s a good idea to write about how the blog owner can improve their blog. The blog owner likes to hear suggestions from his loyal readers on how to improve their blog.
Review of the book
Reading is a good hobby. It helps to broaden your field of knowledge and make you a much smarter person. After reading a book, write it on your blog. Maybe you can write a summary of the book or write about a topic you like in the book.
Write your opinion on the book you are reading. Is it worth your time? If not, explain why. It can help save your readers money and they can spend money on another book. See! You now have another lucky reader.
How To Easily Keep Track Of Your Favorite Blogs
There are hundreds of thousands of blogs out there on the internet, you’re bound to bound to run into a few that you like. Maybe even a few dozen or a few hundred. It can be difficult to keep track of them all but there are definitely more efficient ways than bookmarking!
It’s a shame when people tell me that they would read blogs more often if they had more time. Otherwise they fall a few posts behind and stop visiting the blog because it is overwhelming to them to catch up.
When I ask them how they subscribe to these blogs they usually tell me they just have them bookmarked. Well, that’s their first problem. Bookmarking is perfect for some people but having to individually visit multiple blogs each day can be cumbersome and time consuming for others. To help make your blog reading experience as simple and efficient as it can be I’m going to give you 4 useful tips for keeping track of your favorite blogs:
By far the easiest way to keep track of blogs is through RSS. In fact it stands for Real Simple Syndication so that should give you an idea of just how easy it is. There are many RSS readers out there but the one I’m going to recommend to you is Google Reader. Because there’s no doubt that many of you reading this have a Google account already. Once you have Google Reader set up, look for the little RSS symbol that will usually be prominently displayed somewhere on the home page. It looks like this: After you click on the RSS button you’ll be taken to screen that asks you how you want to subscribe. Select Google Reader and you’re all set! After you’ve subscribed to a bunch of blogs all you have to do is select Reader next time you sign in to Google and you’ll find all of your favorite blogs in one place. You can easily scan headlines to pick and choose exactly what you want to read if you’re short on time. You’ll never miss another post from your favorite blog pc kart.
Most established blogs have the option to sign up via e-mail somewhere on their home page. If you’re someone who checks their e-mail frequently (or even just daily) this might be an option to consider. Once you sign up you’ll be notified through your e-mail whenever the blog you signed up for has published a new post. Watch what you’re signing up for though, if it’s a blog that updates multiple times a day then be prepared to get several e-mails from them each day. Not everyone appreciates getting a bunch of e-mails a day from the same place so I would recommend giving your e-mail address to blogs that update once a day or once every few days. Any blog owner who values their readers would never consider giving your e-mail address to advertisers so don’t worry about getting a ton of spam.
Similar to e-mail sign up, most established blogs will have a newsletter you can sign up for that they send out weekly, bi-weekly or monthly. If receiving e-mails for each individual blog post does not appeal to you then signing up for a newsletter is the next option to consider. This is an especially good option for blogs that update several times throughout the day. Instead of putting in the effort to keep up with each post, let the newsletter provide you with the with all the can’t-miss content.