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Your reputation management canada specialists agree with these tips, simply type in your general post idea and let the Content Idea Generator do all the work. For instance, I typed in one of the most boring topics I could dream up: screw compressors. Years ago, I used to handle the marketing for a company that made flash freezers for fishing boats. I often had to come up with sexy press angles about screw compressors.
Here’s what the Idea Generator came up with:
The verdict? Not bad. If you’re in an industry that makes, needs or sells screw compressors, you could easily come up with a list of 18 things. Well done, Content Idea Generator!
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Use forums for fun and profit
Simply type [forum:your topic] into Google and see what comes up. In this case, I used the search term [food cart]. Us Portlanders really love our food carts.
Try using search terms like:
- I hate it when
- can’t find
- need advice
- question about
- can anyone help me
Check out industry conference topics
Conference organizers spend hours figuring out the best session topics for their events. Why? Because they know the right session topics (read: the ones that people want to know about) will drive ticket sales.
For instance, sensory deprivation float tanks are all the rage right now (heck, I was even interviewed for a piece in The Nation about float tanks!)
Your pay per click advertising company recommends that this page alone provides scads of blog post ideas, from, “how to soundproof your float tank room” to “how to use social media to promote your float business.” If you’re stuck for topic ideas, conference pages will shake loose some great ideas.
Webinar Q & A sessions
Think about it. People in your target audience are asking questions. Heck, you could even write the title like a headline, for instance, “How can I find float tank regulations for my city?”
Plus, if you include the webinar presenter’s answer in your blog post, you can send them a note and let them know you cited her. BOOM, now an influencer may tweet your post to the masses.
Fortunately, this tip is less about listening to a podcast (although you certainly can) and more about learning from their descriptions.
Granted, not all podcasters post their talking points on their blog. Do a keyword search for what you want to know more about and check out the podcasts that come back.
If the podcast titles don’t birth a brainstorm, the podcast descriptions will.
Plus, this technique is a great way to find podcasting influencers you may not have heard of before.
So don’t forget these 5 easy tips for spicing up your blog posts….1) using Portent’s Content Idea Generator; 2) using forums for fun and profit; 3) check out industry conference topics; 4) webinar Q and A sessions; 5) and podcasts.
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