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Crush Writer’s Block With These 8 Tricks
It’s as true today as it was a number of years ago that writing and publishing high quality articles is one of the best ways to build a solid online business. When you share your expertise and knowledge, you build credibility as an expert along with letting your customers know about your products and services.
The problem comes when you can’t think of anything to write. Be assured that it happens to everyone from time to time. To help you, here are eight great content ideas to use when you are up against a deadline. Read more so you can beat writer’s block in no time!
- Use Real Success Stories
Ideas for success stories are everywhere. You might describe a problem that you’ve solved for one of your customers. You can create case studies showing specifically how you’ve helped customers overcome challenges. This will let your customers know you are an expert in your field without you saying so directly.
- List 3 Resources You Can Provide
Make a list of areas where you can be helpful to your customers. Then create content about those areas. For example, if you already know how to build an email list, you can write a step-by-step tutorial to help your customers do the same thing.
- Mine Industry Publications for Ideas
What are people talking about in your field? If it’s controversial, that’s even better. Give your own opinion. Readers will want to hear your take on the issue because you are the expert they consult for help.
- List 5 Questions You Get Frequently
These are the questions you keep getting over and over. Write an article that answers each of these questions and you will have several days of valuable content. Even better, send your list an email and ask them what topics they’d like you to cover. That way, you are assured they will read what you write.
- What Have You Learned Recently?
Have you just read an interesting article or did you go to a seminar in your field and come back with new information? That’s great! Write articles about your discovery and give your opinion of the seminar or article. Your customers will appreciate your feedback.
- Top 10 Lists Never Get Old
It is amazingly easy to create a list of 10 top tips for almost anything related to your field. You can even get double duty out of these tips when you create a full article out of the topics that got the most interest. Be sure to give your best tip first or you will lose your readers’ interest.
- Do Interviews with Other Experts in Your Field
Email interviews are very easy to do. Send the person you’re interviewing 3 or 4 questions, edit their answers and then send them the final interview for approval. Be sure to include their link and a short description of their business in your article.
- Ask Your Readers to Send Profiles
People love to talk about themselves and they will enjoy sending you updates about how they benefitted from your products or services. Even better, include their names and business information. They will love the free publicity.
So the next time you have a case of writer’s block, just try one of these quick and easy ideas. You will love the results.