Do you ever get to the point where you've set up your blog, have a bunch of posts written and published and then all of a sudden there's nothing. You've hit that writing wall that you can't get round or over.
You're not alone, I and I think every other blogger/writer has been through the same thing. It's a completely natural thing to happen.
Here are some tips to beat the bloggers block and potentially get more readers of your blog&
It's easiest to become a problem solver. If your readers read your content and get past problems they're having they are going to be more inclined to share your content and come back for more.
- Remember your own problems? - No doubt you've been blogging for some time, can you remember some of the problems you went through when starting out. What did you do to get past them, right about them in details as no doubt a new blogger is going through the exact same problem
- Check your analytics - Look through your analytics tool to see if any search terms have found your website which include questions. These would be long tail searches however they're worth looking at. You should be able to create content based around these questions
- Social Media searches - Whilst you're busy looking at your analytics also do a few twitter searches for phrases related to your blog content where people are asking questions, again nine times out of ten you should be able to respond to the questions in a blog post
- Do a poll - Create a poll on your website with the following that you have already. Ask your followers what they really need answers to
- Write more content - I know this one is a bit strange but as you start writing more content you'll find that as you're doing it you'll find ideas for future blog posts. Make sure you write these down
- Update old posts - Look back over your past blog posts and see if there are any you can update or write new blog posts about
I personally keep an active list of 'blog post ideas' which I can go to at any time if I feel like I'm headed towards a bit of writers block.
I hope these ideas and tips help the next time you get a bit stuck.