When it comes to running a successful blog, coming up with blog post ideas is half the battle. In my experience with blogging I’ve found that as long as I have an idea for what to write about, it’s pretty easy for me to sit down and do it. However, when I have no clue what to write about, the empty page and the blinking cursor seem to mock me. That’s when the dreaded writer’s block strikes.
The good news is, it’s possible to have an endless – yes, endless – supply of blog post ideas. The key is to have ways to generate ideas and a system in place for capturing and organizing ideas. And that is what my latest book, Blogger’s Quick Guide to Blog Post Ideas is all about.
But there’s a problem.
Why Your Ideas Matter
Another issue that can keep you from writing is the fear that your ideas don’t really matter.
Maybe it’s just me, but if I’m totally honest, in my heart of hearts, sometimes I fear that I have nothing unique to offer to the world.
I share that with you because if you ever feel that way, I want you to know you’re not alone.
I also want to share the truth with you that I’ve discovered, and that is that my ideas matter – and so do yours.
We are each unique. No one else on the planet can offer what we can.
Sure, there may be other bloggers – perhaps even very successful ones – that blog on the same topic we do. But no one – and I mean NO ONE – has your unique gifts and personality.
No one else sees the world exactly the same way you do. No one has your insight.
Your gift, your insight, your “you-ness” is a gift the world needs. And your blog is one of the best ways to share that gift with the world.
People Are Looking for Solutions You Offer
I also want you to understand and embrace the fact that people are looking for the solutions that you offer. Regardless of your niche, your passion, your business or ministry, people need your knowledge and insight.
Be encouraged by how much you matter and how important it is to unleash the ideas that are buried deep inside you. My goal is for you to unearth and shine up those ideas as a result of reading this book.