Blast Through Writer’s Block With These 50 Blog Topic Ideas

50 blog topic ideasIf you’ve been blogging for some time now, then you know that the actual act of starting the blog was the easy part.   Maintaining fresh ideas and content for your business blog is the hard part.   You would like to add new articles several times a week but you’re stumped.

Coming up with writing ideas and topics can be frustrating.   You spend days staring at your computer and before you know it, it’s been weeks since you’ve posted a single thing. Don’t worry, I think we’ve all been there a time or two.

If this sounds familiar, then you should bookmark Vertical Measures list of 50 Corporate Blog Topics.   The list is intended for new bloggers just getting started, but I think the list makes a good reference for any blogger.   There are a bunch of great ideas listed but here are a few of my favorites:

  1. Answer a common customer support question.
  2. Highlight a product or service.
  3. Discuss a recent addition to your staff.
  4. Showcase your employees (with their permission) in a creative way: their pets, baby pictures, odd hobbies, odd talents, etc.

So If you’ve been feeling a bit foggy lately, visit Vertical Measures for some inspirational ideas for creative article writing.

3 Comments Blast Through Writer’s Block With These 50 Blog Topic Ideas

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  2. Andrea Costantine

    Thank you for the post I’ve been wanting to make blogging a larger part of my marketing strategy and have asked the same question on keeping content fresh. I’m surveying my subscribers and asking them to submit their top marketing questions and I’ll answer them through my blog.

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