Got Writer’s Block For Your Blog?

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Here are a few ideas to get you through til’ the New Year (Happy Holidays!):

 

  • Do a screenshot of your product and post it on your blog
  • How-to-articles. These are great reads for your customers
  • Write a post on how to avoid common mistakes in your industry
  • Create a post of links of other relevant articles related to your industry
  • Share your experience from a recent training, conference or event
  • Post open-ended questions to readers about something going on in your industry
  • Feature guest posts from industry experts.
  • Publish responses to FAQs about your product or service
  • Write a list of trends to watch for
  • Post tips and tools for your customers
  • Post testimonials from your Facebook fans
  • Post a video you uploaded on your Company YouTube Channel
  • Write about company news, new hires, new products etc
  • Publish a post relevant to the current season or holiday
  • Outline the top use cases for your product, service etcDon’t have a blog? Contact BrawnMedia to learn how to use blogging to benefit your inbound marketing campaign!

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