Wednesday, February 23, 2011

100 sources of blogging inspiration

1. Is there something interesting in your email?

2. Is there something interesting in the news?

3. Is there a new product that has just been released?

4. Write about something you’d like to invent

5. Write about a concept design you read about

6. Write a “The Best of ____” post

7. Write about an event you attended

8. Write about comment sense things that everyone should know

9. Write about a historical event

10. Write a list post

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11. Write about your opinion on something that is different than the standard opinion

12. Write a book review

13. Write a follow up to an earlier post

14. Write a rant

15. Write about your favorite city

16. Write a mission statement for your blog

17. Write about new trends or new technologies

18. Write about “the ugly truth” about something

19. Write about inspirational artwork you found online or in a gallery

20. Answer a question from a reader

21. Video yourself doing something funny or complicated

22. Do a case study/conduct an experiment – reveal the results

23. Give a tour of your blog

24. Pose a question

25. Create some visual eye candy with beautiful pictures

26. Analyze a graph, pie chart or flowchart

27. Conduct a poll and write about the results and your conclusions

28. Create a list of your most favorite posts or websites

28. Write a ‘part 2’ or follow up to a previous post

29. Draw inspiration from your readers, and the comments that they leave

You Can Always Count on Your Favorite Websites for Blogging Inspiration
“Some things Man was never meant to know. For everything else, there’s Google.” ~ Unknown

30. Twitter

31. YouTube

32. Delicious

33. Google Wonder Wheel

34. TED: Ideas Worth Spreading

35. 100 Creative Writing Blogs


37. 75 Blog Quotes For Inspiration, Creativity & Success

38. F.ind I.nspiration T.oday

39. Fuel Your Writing

40. Flickr

41. Hot Topics – Inspiration for Bloggers

42. Mind Mapping

43. Your favorite blogs

44. Article directories

45. Online forums

46. Google’s auto-suggest

Dream a Little, or a Lot!
“Dreaming is an act of pure imagination, attesting in all men a creative power.” ~ H.F. Hedge

47. Write about three wishes you would ask your genie

48. Write about the internal dialogue you have with yourself

49. Write about a famous person you’d like to be friends with

50. Watch a sunrise or sunset and meditate for inspiration

51. Listen to some great music and let your mind wander to something random

52. Read your journal (keep an idea/dream log at all times)

Engage Others!
“I get by with a little help from my friends.” ~ John Lennon

53. Interview someone interesting

54. Interact with someone in person or in a platform like Google wave

55. Invite a guest writer

56. Think about conversations you’ve had with friends in person or on the phone

57. Praise another blogger that you really admire

58. Talk to other bloggers and exchange ideas

59. Expand on someone else’s post

60. Write about a success story

Get Off Your Computer!
“If it’s not fun, you’re not doing it right.” ~ Bob Basso

61. Visit your local library or bookstore

62. Listen for ideas at your workplace

63. Check TV shows that are popular

64. Go people watching

65. Get out in nature

66. Listen to talk radio

67. Pay attention to daily events

68. Watch a great movie

69. Watch Oprah (yes, I’m for real)

70. Change your routine (get a whole new perspective)

71. Read magazine headlines (especially Cosmo – great headlines!)

Get Up Close and Personal
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” ~ George Bernard Shaw

72. Write about challenges you’ve faced

73. Write about your bucket list

74. Write about poetry or music that you have written

75. Write about someone you love

76. Write about the greatest lesson you’ve learned in your life

77. Write about the things or people you are thankful for

78. Write a stream of consciousness post

79. Write about a good or bad habit that you have

80. Write about a quote that is meaningful to you

81. Draw inspiration from your children or your pets

82. Describe something from your childhood

83. Share a really good decision you made recently

Helping Your Readers Is a Gift You Give to Yourself
“To do more for the world than the world does for you. That is success.” ~ Henry Ford

84. Write a post for beginners on a specific topic

85. Write a post that is for advanced readers on a specific topic

86. Write about FAQs for your niche

87. Write a “____ for Dummies” post

88. Write a how-to about something you do really well

89. Write about a hack or cheat for your industry

90. Write about the pros and cons of something

91. Write a post to make your readers laugh

92. Give away secrets to your readers

93. Make a list of resources that will help your readers

94. Write about “How to remain productive when ______”

95. Write a tutorial

96. Solve a problem

97. Run a contest/giveaway

98. Take an idea from another industry and write about how it could work in yours

99. Take something complicated and break it down into a bite sized step by step list

100. Write about ideas and places where your readers might find blogging inspiration!

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