Three of my teams have recently mentioned that they are struggling with topics in new blog posts and asked if I have advice for them.
I fully appreciate the need to be a difficult, stressful and worrying task to try blogging daily if it's not yet scheduled. I have given them a very simple tool and now have more blogging ideas than they know what to do.
If you have a similar question, you will only have some free time and one A4 paper and I promise you will receive more blog posts than you can. Once you've completed this exercise, your question will be about the order in which you type your posts and not the one to emphasize a topic on the blog daily.
What will we do to create a "mind map" on your blog. The more time you spend on this, the better your blog will be, but it will take less than twenty minutes to complete the baseline.
Take a blank page and in the middle of this page, write the topic of your blog for up to two or three words; Internet Marketing, Technology, Health and Fitness, Money, Cars and Bikes, Foreign Freedom, etc.
For this exercise, I will use the central theme of Internet marketing.
Draw around the central theme words around. Now draw a set of evenly distributed arrows that radiate this central theme. At this stage, I would suggest starting 6, 8, or 10 and adding or subtracting them later.
Draw a small circle at the end of each opening and write a sub theme on each circle that is directly related to the central theme. This will be your control panel.
I would choose "Internet Marketing" as the central theme;
For example, on a tab, write "Blogging" in the middle of the page, and on a second page I'll write "Social Media" and so on for each topic.
Draw 6, 8, or 10 equal arrows from the central topics of "blogging" and "social media" and draw a small circle at the end of each arrow.
In these circles, write sub-themes that are directly related to the central theme.
I can choose "Blogging";
I can opt for "social media";
Now it seems very exciting. Let's look at the "social media" theme and use "Facebook" as a sub-theme.
Get a new page and write "Facebook" as the central theme and think that Facebook (FB) can write 300-1500 words in many different aspects. You can choose topics such as;
- FB History and Number of Users
- Setting and Editing FB Profile
- Basic FB etiquette
- Connecting to an FB Group
- Creating a FB Group
- Adding and Deleting Friends
- FB Creating and Editing Fan Pages
- Abbreviations for FB Fan Page URLs
- FB Advertising
- Adding FB Image
- Messaging in FB
- Creating FB Pagination Pages
- and Images
- FB Ads
Now, you can only write three or five different topics out of every sixty topics, but for others, for example, FB I might think of twenty or thirty people. I made the above list as I wrote and gave very little.
I would suggest a little idea that you'd probably average TENs in all sixty-four years. That means you've just got SIX HUNDRED AND FORTY potential entry!
Place all your sheets of paper in a file and make an index as the first page. As you write about a topic, skip your index page, and when you write a post and think of another subcategory, you can add it to the index.
I would suggest that six hundred and forty potential posts, 4-5 a week, mean you have a two-year idea ahead of you and are ready and waiting for action. I think you agree that you work in a few hours, or maybe work for a few days, which is the result of any language.
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Source by Richie Lloyd