Most Popular Posts on ProBlogger 2014: Creating Content

Posted By Stacey Roberts 16th of December 2014 Writing Content 0 Comments

Content is King, as they say (or is it?!) so it’s no wonder that this topic was one of the most popular this year. Write great, useful content and promote it well – it’s the baseline for a successful blog.

Which of these top five posts resonates with you?

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1. How to Consistently Come up with Great Post Ideas for Your Blog

Part of our Creating Content Theme Week, a behemoth post of advice that will mean you will never be stuck for a post idea again.

Create Content To Promote Your Blog

2. How to Promote Your Blog with Content that Will Grow Your Traffic, Links, and Shares

It’s everything you want in one package: how to get traffic, links, and shares. Tips on how to get your content to shine.

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3. Three Ways to Define What Your Blog is About

Do you need a niche? What would you say yours was? Darren gives us the ins and outs of making a stand on your genre.

HOW TO CREATE MASSIVE VALUE CONTENT

4. Create Massive Value Content and Blow Your Readers’ Minds

If you followed the very first link on this page, you’ll find what is actually King – and this post will help you provide it for your readers.

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5. Content Week Case Study: Carly Heitlinger of the College Prepster on Where She Gets Her Ideas

Carly has barely missed a day blogging in six years. Here’s how she keeps content fresh, current, and more importantly – consistent.

 

What do you think? Anything to add on how to create great content? Where do YOU get your ideas?

Stacey is the Managing Editor of ProBlogger.net: a writer, blogger, and full-time word nerd balancing it all with being a stay-at-home mum. She writes about all this and more at Veggie Mama. Chat with her on Twitter @veggie_mama (cat pictures welcome!).

About Stacey Roberts
Stacey Roberts is the Managing Editor of ProBlogger.net: a writer, blogger, and full-time word nerd balancing it all with being a stay-at-home mum. She writes about all this and more at Veggie Mama. Chat with her on Twitter @veggie_mama, follow on Pinterest for fun and useful tips, peek behind the curtain on Instagramand Snapchat, listen to her 90s pop culture podcast, or be entertained on Facebook.
Comments
  1. Anastasia says: 12/16/2014 at 4:27 am

    Hey Stacey,

    Great topic summary. Just want to point out you forgot the link to the post in #3.

  2. mistake in the headline – it’s 2014 not 2104 :-)

  3. I just loved this, How to Create Massive Value Content & Blow Your Readers’ Minds, every wannabe blogger must read this. I wish it was published when I started out.

  4. Thank you so much Darren and Stacey for having me on the ProBlogger TOP FIVE list! (My post is #4 How to create massive value content and blow your readers’ minds). :-)

    Congratulations to all other authors for making it.

    Pooja

  5. I’m glad to read this article about this Creating Content which is the most popular posts on ProBlogger 2014. Its additional learning and many great insights here. It’s very helpful for bloggers. Thanks for sharing this article. It’s such a great post.

  6. Finding interesting topics for posting is number one on my list.

  7. Hey Stacey, awesome summary. Great source of content for newbie bloggers. Thanks for sharing. :)

  8. This is very useful. I have bookmark it and will take time out to read it in details.

  9. Hi Stacey thank you very much for your article. I think I’ve found another content after reading your article. thank you very much!

  10. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us!
    Proper planning and strategy always work. A good plan even before you start something is essential to derive good results!

  11. Hi Stacey,

    Great stuff, I just had a look at all posts. I really loved to read this one – “How to Promote Your Blog with Content that Will Grow Your Traffic, Links, and Shares”.

    Many thanks for sharing. :)

  12. Good to see some sensible points on Content Marketing. At the end of the day, its a creative job. High Quality posts shall always find its readers. Never write for search engines, but always for your READERS.

  13. Great content sure is King! We noticed a huge difference in our traffic when we started implementing helpful and useful content with many resources for our visitors.

  14. so many bloggers get stuck here:3. Three Ways to Define What Your Blog is About

    Do you need a niche? What would you say yours was? Darren gives us the ins and outs of making a stand on your genre.

    this was really helpful

  15. In response to Karen, I think when blog writing you generally do need a niche. You want a dedicated audience base which is most relevant to the topic you want to talk about. You get the best community feedback and comments that way in order to ensure any of your future blog work doesn’t go unnoticed.