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How to Beat Writer’s Block: Part 2 – How to Come Up With Fresh Ideas to Write About
Today’s episode is about how to beat writer’s block. It’s the second in a mini-series of podcasts that looks at how to prevent writer’s block holding you back from making your blog a success. Writer’s block is very common. I get asked about all the time and suffer it too! In today’s episode, I share tips about how you can come up with fresh ideas to write about and keep your blog exciting and useful for your readers.
In This Episode
- How to identify the ‘change’ you are trying to bring to readers
- Why identifying problems you can solve for your readers will give you fresh blog ideas
- 8 ways to identify problems you can write about to help your readers
- 4 ways to make solving reader problems and getting fresh ideas easier in future
Further Reading and Resources for How to Beat Writer’s Block: Part 2 – How to Come Up With Fresh Ideas to Write About
- Podcast Episode 83: How to Beat Writer’s Block: Part 1 – Working Out Why You’re Stuck
- Podcast Episode 11: How to Come Up with Hundreds of Blog Post Ideas for Your Blog
- Discover Hundreds of Post Ideas for Your Blog with Mind Mapping
- A Powerful Exercise inside Google Analytics to Set You Up for a Successful Year of Blogging
- Daily Exercise – Update an Old Post
- A tool for mind mapping ideas – Mind Node
- Podcast Episode 81: 14 Types of Stories You Can Tell On Your Blog
- Podcast Episode 80: What to Write When You Feel Like You’ve Got Nothing Left to Say
- Battling Bloggers Block
- 11 Tips to Breaking Bloggers Block Through Solving Reader Problems
- 10 Ideas for Finding Blogging Inspiration
How did you go with today’s episode?
Have you suffered from a bout of bloggers block? Have you got a different technique that works for you to come up with great new ideas? I’d love to hear from you in the comments below.
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