There’s a ridiculously simple way to increase your blog’s conversion rate by 529%. And once you know what it is, and how it works, you’ll want to kick yourself for not trying it sooner. In fact, this technique (The Content Upgrade) has flooded my business with thousands of new subscribers every month. And today I’m […]
It’s difficult to make such posts on daily basis that make your blog sizzle, viral or “hot”. I know many bloggers who produce excellent content. Their approach is different, out of the box and it makes them extraordinary. Therefore I have made a list of 101 blog post ideas that most likely make your blog more interesting. This list is more than enough to keep you busy for the whole year. #1 Run a contest – Right now I’m running a blog contest (currently not available) and all I can say is that it gives great attention and new traffic to your blog. #2 Review books/products/films – Reviews deliver a lot of value to your followers and people are constantly looking for honest opinions, not the fake ones that the web is full of. #3 Make comprehensive guide/tutorial – If you’re a professional in a field or know some topics extra well, feel free to help the ones who have less skills and experience than you do. Tutorials and guides help people a lot. I’m an experienced blogger, so I teach others how to start and maintain a blog. #4 Interview someone – Know any famous or people who have great stories behind their work/life/career? Interviews are extremely popular in two cases: a) you deliver an interview with a famous person who speaks very rarely in public or b) shares rally useful and practical tips and content. #5 Post a cool infographic - Infographics help to visualize complicated data and they’re hugely popular these days. As always, when something becomes mainstream, the overall quality is poor. So, if you’re not a designer, hire one to get a viral infographic that stands out of the crowd. #6 Criticize a website/blog or a person – The web and blogs are great for discussion, opinions and criticizing. Nevertheless, if you are brave enough to say some crispy words about someone, make sure your text has strong arguments and is based on real facts. Random ranting is pointless. #7 Make a post full of GIFs – GIFs are the symbol of online entertainment and humor. There are thousands of GIFs and generators that help to produce new ones. See example: Linkbuilding in GIFs #8 Create a photo post – Share your favorite photos from your niche or personal photos from your latest traveling adventure. Keep in mind that if you’re not the author, always give credit to the original photographer by providing a link. #9 Tell a personal secret – We all have our dreams as well as secrets. Sharing them publicly gives very engaging content to the followers. As much as people love rumors, they love to know the dirty little secrets of other people. #10 Write inspirational/motivational post with famous quotes – People need little kicks to get going and get things done. Big things start from small ones and motivational posts can do miracles. Here’s one of the best quotes from Steve Jobs. “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone [...]
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