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5 Tips for Blog Post Ideas

Need more help coming up with quick ideas for your blog posts? Try out the additional suggestions below!
We hope you find this useful and that you take an opportunity to get more inspiration here at Internet For Hire!

1. Keep a sentence diary.

Add only one sentence that concisely expresses your feelings for a day or an idea you had.

2. “Copy” another post.

Open up a blog post by someone else and use the outline to type up your own version. Make sure you change the headings to match your style too and feel free to mix up the outline if you have a better idea of how to convey the material.

3. Image Inspire

Look up some randomized images on Pexels or Google Image Search. Start writing about the items in the pictures. Link these to affiliate links or social media post ideas.

4. Review a Product

Write a review of a TV show, movie, blog, product or service. Aim for 5 sentences per product if you just need a quick write. Think “Twitter length, but tripled.”

5. Tell a Story

Write about something interesting (funny, sad, weird) that happened to you this week.

Summary

No Doubt. Just Do.
Photo by Olya Kobruseva on Pexels.com

Focus on answering the question at hand, not the length of the response. Get to the information! People are reading less and less each year on the internet and there are plenty of places to get information. Make your blog a quick stop for the information they need.


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