Some days, you’re sitting minding your own business and an idea for a blog post hits you out of nowhere like a double decker bus. Other days, you can’t think of a single thing to write about and your views are slowly decreasing!
I’m here to help. Here are 21 ideas for blog post topics:
- Publish a list of random/uncommon facts. Readers love lists because they can skim read and jump to the sections that actually interest them – unlike long paragraphs that we’re all too lazy to bother with.
- How about a diary entry? Get a little personal and let your readers learn more about you.
- Share your personal bucket list or some of your goals.
- Write a letter to your 15 year old self.
- Share some particular important events or things that have happened in your life that has shaped you as a person.
- Tell your readers about a place you’ve travelled to and what you did while you were perhaps place you hope to visit one day. Make sure you include some pictures because we all love pictures!!!
- Review a book you’ve read or a movie you’ve seen – or even a beauty product that you’ve been using.
- If you have a particular skill in something, why not write an article that teaches your readers about it. People are always typing into Google “How to…..” (I know I do) so these types of post always attract a lot of attention.
- Or… you could write about how NOT to do something?
- Write down all the people that inspire you and why.
- Create a list of YouTube channels or Twitter pages that you think everyone should follow.
- If you’re feeling creative, try writing a poem or a short story – you might find your calling!
- What about a “Things You Don’t Know About Me” post?
- Share some of your biggest regrets!
- Write a list of reason why you don’t like something – like your job or public transport?
- As long as it doesn’t make you uncomfortable, share something personal like a difficult experience you’ve faced. This might help someone who’s going through something similar.
- Share a recipe for something, like that random concoction of alcohol that somehow turned out to be a really tasty cocktail.
- List your best or your worst blog posts – or both.
- If you receive quite a lot of comments and questions on your blog, you could create an FAQ post to save some time.
- Share your experience as a blogger. For example, I have written a post about how blogging has changed me in many ways. It may inspire your readers become bloggers themselves (if they’re not already) and is an opportunity for you to give some tips and advice.
- Write a list of blog post ideas for the future, as well as for your readers
I hope this has been useful – let me know if you have any more ideas!
All the best,