Many of the people reading the SEOHosting.com blog might not necessarily be bloggers or have a blog. Having a blog attached to your web site is very important for allowing your to quickly and easily score targeted traffic to your business, products or services. I’ll go into more detail on that topic in the near future. However, in this article, I want to talk to you about how you can get material to write about on your blog.
For those who don’t know me, my name is Garry Conn. I am a full time online publisher who owns and maintains many various sites covering a very broad range of topics. Every single site I own is actually powered using an open source program called WordPress. In my business, it is vital that I have material to write about. If I can’t produce content on my sites, then I can’t continue to rank well for targeted keywords in the search engines. Secondly, I can’t simply write about anything. I have to write about things that are loosely based on the businesses, products and services that I represent. If I don’t then the traffic I target have zero interest in the items that make me money.
Getting material to write about on your blog can be tricky. Blogging has very similar characteristics to a typical journalist, book author and news reporter. Bloggers can experience writers block and at times lose a source of material to write about. If you don’t have material to write about, it can be very frustrating. It too can be frustrating finding material to write about that relates to your niche.
One of the best ways that I score material to write about is by subscribing to email newsletters. While I never copy and paste the actual newsletter I receive in email, what I do however, is provide a review based on the information that was sent to me. My content is always unique and never a duplicate found somewhere else on the Internet. For me, receiving email newsletters that relate to my niche topic are perfect writing prompts and allow me to quickly storm out writing ideas. There are times too when I will receive a newsletter and just by reading that email it will trigger another writing idea for me.
If you are having trouble finding things to write about on your blog, I would strongly suggest that you subscribe to email newsletters that will deliver material to you that you can turn right around and write about yourself. If the newsletter contains a link to the source, I would too also provide that link. Also, in content that I write on my blogs that were based from a newsletter, I openly explain this in my article and encourage my readers to also subscribe to the same email newsletter that I have subscribed to.
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