Running out of blog topic ideas?
1) Answer frequently asked questions
Write posts answering common questions your potential customers have.
2) Set up interviews
Interview leaders in your field.
3) Talk about other people’s statistics
Share your perspective on industry statistics and data.
4) Talk and share your own statistics
Share industry statistics and data that only you have.
5) Use popular icons in your writing
Use the names of historical figures, TV, cartoon characters, or celebrities in blog post titles like “What Shakespeare Can Teach You About Writing a Blog” or “How Snoop Dogg Would Promote Golf Resorts.”
6) Book reviews
Review a book that’s relevant to your industry.
7) Predict how things will happen
Make a prediction about the future of your industry.
8) Mention the top bloggers
Curate/review content by the best bloggers in your field.
Debunk misconceptions about your industry.
10) Controversial case study
Write a case study that has a controversial angle.
11) Share your news-worthy events
Share news about your company.
12) Mention the tools you use
Create a list of the vital web tools and software in your industry.
13) Review your time at a convention/business-related event
Review an industry event you’ve attended and share a valuable insight or perspective about it.
14) Share your ups
Share your success (or a client’s success story—with permission).
15) Share your downs
Share your failure or a lesson learned.
16) Repurpose your content
Recycle your content from other mediums, such as video or white papers, to create a blog version.
Create a list (because everyone likes a good list).
18) Simplifying a complex issue
Take a complex issue and break it down into simple terms.
19) How-to guide
Create a how-to guide, explaining something step by step.
20) Industry news
Share industry news, including your observations to add value. Use Google Alerts to deliver relevant headlines to your email inbox and write a regular niche news column.
21) Using different media to promote your product
Make charts or graphs that explain common uses for your product or service.
22) Have a survey
Use SurveyMonkey to survey your customers and then make a video or write an article summarizing the results.
23) Funny video idea
Make a funny video about how not to use your product.