5 Simple Blog Topics For Those With Writer’s Block

5 Blog Topics

I always read about bloggers who complain that they have nothing to write about.  So, I wanted to share some ideas that will hopefully get your creative juices flowing.

1.     Write About Your Hometown –  You don’t have to live in New York City or LA to brag about your town.  Every city, even small towns,  has special places to visit and restaurants to check out.  Here’s one we wrote about 10 Things We Love About Cleveland, and it was simple to write.

2.     Write About A Local Business –  This is a great way to show some love to a local business owner, who would no doubt appreciate the free press.  We actually did a post on a client of ours who manufactures paraben free cosmetics, and it has been one of our most popular posts.

3.     Share Something About Yourself –  Readers love to learn more about the writer.  It is always refreshing to learn about the hobbies or background of a fellow blogger.  Don’t be afraid to reveal your personal side every once in a while.

4.     Write About A Niche – Everyone has a unique aspect of their business that others would find interesting.  What makes you different than your competition?

5.     Share Social Media or Technology Tips –  If you just picked up a great tip, odds are that others would like to learn about it as well.  So go ahead and share away.  We just wrote about an easy way to capture your screen and many of our readers were very appreciative of our efforts.

Hopefully, these ideas will help you out in a pinch.

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The above information pertaining to Cleveland Real Estate News was provided by The Schuman Team, Amy and Dan, of Keller Williams Realty Greater Cleveland. They are Solon residents and can be reached at 216-346-3235 or via email, danschuman@howardhanna.com or amyschuman@howardhanna.com.

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6 Responses to 5 Simple Blog Topics For Those With Writer’s Block
  1. Cindy "In Indy" Marchant
    March 9, 2011 | 12:36 am

    I will add to your list…write about your favorite neighborhood. I try to mix it up a bit with local events, hot spots and real estate.

    • Dan Schuman
      March 9, 2011 | 4:36 pm

      Thanks for the comment, Cindy. I think readers do like to read about local neighborhoods and restaurants.

  2. Adrienne
    March 18, 2011 | 8:01 pm

    Hey Dan,

    I find it odd when people say they don’t have anything to write about! A good tip is to always have a pen and paper handy and anytime something comes to mind, jot it down as a future blog post. People love to read what others are involved in, what they are doing or things they have recently learned. But you need to try to stay with the theme of your blog and don’t venture too far off topic.

    Thanks for this tip. Always good to get others opinions on this subject.


    • Dan Schuman
      March 18, 2011 | 8:19 pm

      Hi Adrienne, thanks for commenting. I like your tip and in fact often end up jotting down notes all the time about future posts. Now getting those thoughts to actual blog posts sometimes takes a while. I have one I’m currently writing that’s been in rough draft phase for a while. I know some bloggers that write 5 posts and save them as drafts until they are pressed for time and need to post something. That way, they always have something written. I’ve done this a few times but not on a regular basis.

  3. Carmina
    September 21, 2011 | 10:00 am

    Whenever I hit that wall, I just write aimlessly. I don’t know if it is true with other people but just typing away on the keyboard with segueing thoughts here and there always got my creative juices flowing.

    Also, if you are out of ideas, you can check your analytics and find out what keywords are people using to find your site, then write something around that keyword.

    • Dan Schuman
      September 21, 2011 | 11:41 am

      Thanks for commenting, Carmina. Sometimes I get great ideas simply but reading other blogs and the comments.

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