When You Don’t Have a Clue What to Write for Your Next Blog Post


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If you’re a blogger then you probably know about Brian Clark, founder of the popular copyblogger blog.

Brian Clark

Brian Clark

He’s also a successful entrepreneuer, creator of two WordPress themes, and Scribe, the SEO plugin. He also gives courses on internet marketing. He’s no doubt raking in megabucks. Good for him.

He just posted his first infographic and kindly gave his readers the code to embed. It’s called “22 ways to create compelling content.” You can see it when you scroll down this post.

Rising Star Danny Iny

He based the infographic on a post that Danny Iny wrote for copyblogger. I’ve watched Danny over the past year and his meteoric rise in the social media space — have you noticed his blog posts are everywhere?

He’s written a book, which I reviewed, and he wrote a post for Write Speak Sell. He kindly reciprocated and I wrote a post for his blog Firepole Marketing: Are you engaging brand advocates to market your business.” Danny never seems to be at a loss for something to write about.

You can read through the infographic for his tips on how to get the inspiration for your next post. But it may be easier to read in narrative form. It first appeared as a post on copyblogger: 21 ways to create compelling content when you don’t have a clue (Brian Clark added #22 which is recyle your old posts into something new).

How do you become inspired to write new posts? Let me know in the comments box and happy blogging!

22 Ways to Create Compelling Content - Infographic
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Republished with author's permission from original post.

Jeannette Paladino
Jeannette Paladino is a social media writer helping organizations to build brand awareness, increase revenues, and engage employees as brand advocates on social media.


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