One of the most stressful problems faced by new bloggers is what the hell they should blog about. And that’s understandable, because if you don’t know the answer to that question, it means you haven’t thought things through quite enough in your business.
In other words, it’s not a blogging problem, it’s a business problem.
I’ve written on this topic a lot so I thought i’d round up the old posts and give ‘em to ya here so you can get your fill.
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What Should I Blog About?
How to Decide What Your Blog Should Be About When You Have Many Interests – Before I wrote about RP2′s and before Emilie started Puttylike (one of my fave new blogs), I wrote this post in an attempt to address blogging for multipotentialites (except I didn’t have that awesome name for it then).
How Process Stories Beat the Blog Content Monster – This guest post by Chris Johnson reveals one of the most powerful blogging topics you have available to you: the process story.
33 Thoughts on Creating Killer Content – This post has been retweeted 100 times. I did something right, there.
Never Face Writers Block Again (and have Fresh Ideas Every Day) – This is a guest post from Ankesh Kothari that does exactly what it says on the tin.
Three Obvious Sources of Great Blog Posts You Haven’t Thought Of – This is a video post where I reveal 3 little-known but powerful sources of material for your blog.
Ten Ways to Crank Out Killer Posts in Ten Minutes or Less – Some great ideas in here for RAPID post writing. I mean like total speed writing stuff! This is “in case of emergency break glass” material.
TWELVE MORE Ways to Crank Out Killer Posts in Ten Minutes or Less – Then all you smart people came up with even more ways to crank out posts like a speed reader on crack. Y’all rule!
Break Out of Blogger’s Block: Say Something Nice! – Such a retardulously simple “what to write about” formula you just might smack yourself in the forehead… and then smile as you set about to do good in the world.