Small Business Expert Denise O'BerryDid you buy into the hype that you must have a blog for your business?

Yep. I did too. And it’s a good step to take for your business — so you can get found online. But creating content can sure be a problem. I’ve been blogging since 2004, and you can bet I’ve had my dry spells.

That happens to a lot of small business owners when they decide to create regular content by adding a blog to their web site. Things move along really great for a while (a few days, a few weeks, or a few months) and then it dies.

That’s not a good thing.

You want to make sure you’re prepared in advance for the day when you run out of ideas. (Trust me, it will happen.)

You can search the web for blog topic ideas until you’re blue in the face, but there’s one small problem with that approach. Having an idea and being able to write about it are two different things. And that’s where most people fall short.

So how do you turn an idea into blog content when there are no words in your head?

Often when we have to write, the stuff just doesn’t want to get out of our heads. So we get stuck and think we don’t have any ideas for blog topics. To that I say hogwash!

You have all sorts of blog topic ideas inside your head. You just need a way to get them out. That’s what Blog About This! Never Run Out of Things to Talk About will help you do.

You’ll learn how to use a 3-Step Process to create a blog entry in five minutes or less. Along with 75 rock solid ideas to keep you busy with blog posts for a long, long time!

Here’s a tiny sample of what you’ll find inside…

  • Talk about what you’ve already talked about. Pick a topic you’ve gone over before and give it some spin. Try a new angle, like playing devil’s advocate. Try proving your point from the “con” perspective, instead of the “pro” position.
  • Talk about what someone else is talking about. If you want to have a popular blog, find other bloggers in similar areas, and talk about what they said in their posts. Friendly debate can often spark the soap-opera like drama that will have both your audiences visiting both blogs to see what “the other blogger” had to say.
  • Feature someone, something or somewhere. I like to call mine “of the day”. As I zip around the webs conducting my business and research, if my attention is called to a resource or tool that my audience might find useful, I hit my blog bookmarklet and save that bad boy for later.
  • Let someone else talk for a change. Invite a guest blogger, or post an article that offers free reprint rights, the same way you would in a newsletter. Guest blogging is really hot these days and you can take advantage of that.

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Blog About This! is loaded with great ideas to help keep you busy with blog content for a long time. Sleep easier tonight by making sure you have plenty of blog topic ideas to give your blog (and your business!) a long life.

To Your Blogging Success!




Denise O’Berry
Small Business Expert

P.S. If you have at least one blog, there will be a point in time when you will want to scream for help because you can’t come up with anything to write about. Get your copy of Blog About This! today so you’ll be ready with plenty of blog topic ideas when that time comes. Get your copy now!