Blog Post Ideas:

ONE Tip to

NEVER Run Out

of Ideas, Again!

Have you run out of blog post ideas yet?

Sometimes it happens to the best of us. It even happens to me. But there is GREAT NEWS; it doesn’t have to be the end for you and your blog.

There are articles online that have 200+ blog post ideas, and that’s cool and all, but do you want to go through 200 suggestions or use ONE tip that will give you unlimited ideas.

I don’t have time to go through 200 suggestions. I could be writing blog posts with that kind of time. I need something fast and now.

And that is what I’m giving you in this article!

 

Never Run Out of Blog Post Ideas with this one Trick!

Questions.

Yep, it’s that simple. Before we get into how you find the questions that are easy as cheese, we’ll quickly go over why questions are the answer (ha – no pun intended there).

Questions set themselves up to be blog post ideas simply because they give you an idea to write about.

For example, I read a question stating, “How can you develop new ideas to blog about for any niche?”

It gave me the idea to create this exact article that you’re reading.

Questions are what people in your niche are asking, right? So why not create articles about what they are asking? It is a win-win situation. You get more blog post ideas, and the consumer of your niche gets their question answered in detail.

We can answer a question with a brief statement. Or we can answer a question with a full-fledged article that gives extensive details to those who seek it out the most.

And it helps with your search engine optimization because if you Google any particular topic, you’ll always see question carousels on the search results page. I’ve been able to get a few of my articles listed in those sections, and based on my stats; they bring a lot of views to my blog posts.

And the good news is that consumers of your niche are constantly asking questions about the niche. You can target keywords for the topic being questioned and write the article. Then you can target different keywords for the same question and create another article with other words, of course. There are unlimited possibilities with questions.

And the even better news… There is no need to search 200+ recommendations for new blog post ideas when all you need is a simple question. It is that simple!

 

Where to Find Questions for Blog Post Ideas?

This is another simple task. Just look around! Really! Anywhere!

Going back to the above statement about Google Search question carousels makes a great starting point. Make it a goal to get your articles in those question slots. Write about those topics and deliver more quality than the articles currently in that spot.

Another great place to go is Quora which is a Q&A website. Members of the website can ask questions and answer questions. Membership is free. You can find unlimited questions here. Every day, too! If I ever get to where I feel like I’m out of blog post ideas, I head over to Quora and regenerate new ones in seconds. I mean, that is why the website exists – to ask questions!

Find discussion forums concentrating on your niche. Forums are old-school, but they still exist. I even have my own that covers the blogging niche. Most forums are free to join, and they are loaded with questions, primarily when they’re based on a specific topic or niche.

Social media is also a great place to find questions, especially in groups or the community posts on pages. Search for groups and pages associated with the topic of what you blog about, and start looking for questions to give you new ideas to blog about. And because of the popularity of social media platforms, the questions are endless, enabling you to never run out of ideas for your blog again.

Blogs themselves make a great platform to find questions. Looks for blogs with active comment sections. Most of the people leaving comments often end their comments with a question. You can take their questions and create blog posts about them.

Using all of these methods of finding questions about your topic, you’ll set yourself up to never run out of blog post ideas again. It is that simple. It is the only recommendation you’ll ever need to generate new ideas.

 

Answer the Hardest Questions to Get the Best Results!

Never running out of ideas for your blog is one thing. But it would be best if you also focused on being an authority when using questions to create new blog post ideas.

So, I recommend that you look for the most complex questions in your niche and focus on answering them. These will be questions commonly asked with vague answers or no answers. A true expert tries to answer the most complex questions of the niche.

And using questions as blog post ideas is perfect because you can easily create any size article to answer the question. Every answer to a question has components if you genuinely dissect the answer. You can use these components to create sections within your article to make the post longer. You have to make sure the content is genuine and quality content that people want to read.

You can check out the word count for this exact article that you’re reading. It is over 1,000-words. Most content customers pay $100 for an article over 1,000-words. And all I did was take a question and answer it with an elementary answer, but I broke it down to deliver quality content while creating an excellent article for my blog.

And the question of coming up with new ideas is challenging, and now I have answered the question with a one-solution hack that will give you unlimited ideas, never to have to ask this question again. People pay for courses on what I just told you, but I’m happy to give it away.

 

And really, this is all you have to do to never run out of blog post ideas ever again. It is that simple!

Shawn Gossman

Shawn Gossman

Founder, OnlyBlogging.com

Shawn Gossman has been blogging for nearly 25-years. Shawn is a digital and social media strategist and enjoy content writing, search engine optimization, and social media marketing. Shawn is a certified Digital Marketing Strategist and has an MBA from Colorado Technical University in Colorado Springs, Colorado.