Don’t know what topic to start your blog on? Here are 81 blog topic ideas to get you thinking about what you could focus (or re-focus) your site on. (Some of the most creative ideas people came up with are in bold.) Before you read on: if you want to get some better training for blogging (with easy to follow video lessons), check out this video. Especially if you want to monetize your blog.
Blog Home; Soft Skills; 20 Things to Write About for Creative Writing; Soft Skills. 20 Things to Write About for Creative Writing. Udemy Editor. Share this article. Any creative writer can tell you that the only way to get better at writing is by writing more. However, any writer can also tell you that sitting down to a blank page can leave your mind just as blank. Writer’s block can.
Whip that blog post writing into shape and keep that spotlight on you forever. Guest Author: Lucy Barret is a WordPress Developer and a passionate Blogger. She is associated with HireWPGeeks Ltd. and provide HTML to WordPress service with her team of experienced WordPress developers. She is fond of writing WordPress tutorials and loves to share her knowledge with other bloggers. You can follow.Brainstorming a big list of blog post ideas will keep your content well from drying up. I’m an idea girl, so this is one of my favorite parts of writing my blog. My process was pretty willy-nilly at first, but now I use more thought and strategy to decide what to post each week.The blog writing format is very different from a magazine, a novel or any other typical form of print media. If you were to write a blog post in the same way you’d write a book, you’ll very quickly find that nobody stays on your pages. There are a few key formatting rules that you need to stick with in order to write better blog posts. Shorter Sentences. People who read online simply don.
To give you some ideas on what you can write blog posts on, here's a whole list of possibilities. See if some of these get your imagination going. See if some of these get your imagination going. Search.Read More
How to Write a Great Blog Post Writing a blog post is somewhat of an art. The internet is overloaded with information so readers are looking for quick and easy to digest information. As Peter Casier describes in his post “The Art of Seduction,” if you want readers to actually read your post, you will have to seduce them and make it worth their while. There are many “How to write a good.Read More
A blogging calendar will help you write and publish blog posts in a timely manner. Most importantly, your calendar will also create timelines for researching and creating relevant content for your target audience. Ideally, you should come up with blog topics for the first month or two. By coming up with a list of blog topics, you will be able to make a timely decision about the content that.Read More
Do you have plenty to blog about? Choose a topic that you can write about regularly and indefinitely. Remember, you’re in this for the long haul. If you post once a week, that amounts to 52 posts a year. Three times a week? 156 posts. Five times a week? 260 posts. And that’s just barely getting started! Don’t choose something so narrow that you run out of writing fodder after only a few.Read More
A good place to find examples of other writers’ biographies is right here on The Write Practice. You can meet the Write Practice team on the About page.The Write Practice also includes bios with all guest posts (you can click on any post on this page to read the author’s bio). But you do not need a bio from the About page of The Write Practice.Read More
Think about these things when you start a blog: Choose a subject that genuinely interests you. Don’t choose a topic that you think looks good to be interested in or will attract a lot a readers. You’re the one who will have to do the writing for the blog, and it really helps if you’re enthusiastic about your subject. That passion will.Read More
Trying to come up with topics for your artist blog can leave your mind feeling blank. When you start to get that anxious feeling, just remember to keep potential buyers, fans, and artists in mind, and use this list of ideas. Then you can start writing, and selling more art. Want to make an artist blog? Check out these four free and easy options.Read More
Expert tip: If you’re using a lot of different sources, it’s easy to forget to add them to your reference list. Make things easier for yourself by writing it as you go along. 8. Conclusion. Your conclusion is your final chance to summarise your argument and leave a lasting impression with your reader. Make sure you recap the key points and.Read More
Writing a Poem About Things You Don’t Like. Just as you can write a poem about your favorite things, you can also write a poem about your least favorite things; the things that you don’t like at all. Here’s an example I came up with: Homework, spinach, stinky smells, the way my sister always yells. Going for a ten-mile hike. These are things.Read More
It works like this: You write your list (10 items per list minimum), you send it in,. If you have a blog, a social media account, or a book you want to promote, mention it in the submissions form and we will stick it at the bottom of your list and on your author’s page. Pictures and Video. When you send in your list you don’t need to include images or videos. Our team of editors does a.Read More