I want to help you KOP (more on that later) a blog post idea.
Or multiple blog post ideas.
Feeling frustrated by writer’s block leads to struggle, straining and striving, and increased failure.
Force negates. Meaning, if you intend to fight writer’s block you’ll have a bigger fight and a bigger, more imposing writer’s block to contend with.
Use power. Not force.
KOP blog post ideas by learning how to package blogging problems into pretty little blog posts, which you can then publish to your blog and to related blogs from within your niche.
What about the packaging problem?
Most bloggers have no idea where to hang to spot blogging problems. Observing those probs is another issue. As is packaging those blog post idea problem seeds into sustainable, helpful, inspired blog post solutions to be consumed by the massages.
These problems create writer’s block.
But, the KOP method to packaging posts will knife through writer’s block. Like a searing hot knife through softened butter.
Know Where to Hang
I hang in spots like these:
- G Plus Communities
- The Warrior Forum
- Blogging Boost Facebook Group
- Blog Comment Fields on Tops Blogs
- Comment Field at Blogging From Paradise
All blogging tips themed posts can originate in these prime spots. Easily. Because all ideas shared in these groups are gold mines.
I find an unending stream of blog post ideas in the above spots. Problems, complaints, worries, questions and answers, all lend themselves to being the subject of a blog post.
I wrote this post after spotting a similar issue on one of the above groups. Someone ran into writer’s block. So, here is a post solution.
Hanging in these spots is not enough. One cannot be a lounge lizard, watching, hanging out and doing nothing with the valuable information being presented to them.
Practice spotting blogging problems and turn those problems into blog post solutions.
This takes practice.
I developed my powers of observation on the road. Circling the globe gave me neat circumstances to observe, record and relate to my blogging tips niche.
Sit in a quiet spot. Observe. Watch what is happening. Then apply this skill to the mentioned groups.
Being an observer can help you spot 10 to 20 blog post ideas daily on Quora, alone. All you see is blogging problems and questions. Watch. Spot. Store.
You’re hanging in the right spots. Observing blogging problems. Now it’s time to package.
A problem without a package – and solution – is just a blogging problem. But if you package the problem and solution into something consumable you will become both prolific and prospering.
Either you have the know-how necessary to write the blog post sans research or some due diligence is in order to create the blog post.
- doing research (if needed)
- creating a blog post outline
- crafting an enticing blog post title (click that link for 4 solid tips plus my eBook and audio book on the topic)
- writing the post
- creating a pretty picture – or 2 – to accompany the post
- using Google
- reading top blogs from your niche
- reading answers from blogging pros on sites like Quora
- buying eBooks and courses
How do you defeat writer’s block?
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