Guest Author - Violette DeSantis
Even if you are posting on your blog just once a day, that is 365 blog posts a year that you need to publish. Finding ideas online is not too much of a problem but if you want something handy and extremely useful, get a copy of Steven Aitchision’s 100 Ways to Find Ideas for Your Blog Posts: Becoming a pro blogger and finding ideas for your blog posts.
About 80% of the book’s content is dedicated to Steven’s 100 ways to find ideas. A few are familiar, there are a couple related to creating lists, but a great deal of the book is fresh to both new and old bloggers alike.
If you seriously want a book with a wealth of information on finding new ideas for your blog posts, 100 Ways to Find Ideas for Your Blog Posts does that. They are not the type of ideas that you would choose to do only once. Many of the ideas can be recycled because they involve ways to continue finding ideas on a daily basis.
This book is handy for niche and general bloggers alike and includes more than 100 ways to find ideas for your blog posts. The last 20% of 100 Ways to Find Ideas for Your Blog Posts is bonus material that includes the following sections:
Becoming a better blogger
Build a tribe
Resources (a list of 15 important bloggers in the blog and social media industry)
These extra topics at the end are relevant but I would to have loved the author to link to relevant content about each piece. He referenced pertinent bloggers in each but an article to explanatory posts on each topic would have went a long way to give the reader the information they need to do the same.
Available in Kindle format:
100 Ways to Find Ideas for Your Blog Posts
Available in print format:
100 Ways To Find Ideas For Your Blog Posts: Becoming a pro blogger and finding ideas for your blog posts
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The author of this review was not provided with a free copy of this book for review by the book’s author or publisher.