19 Blog Post Ideas

19 Blog Post Ideas for Engaging and Interesting Content

Struggling with knowing what to blog? Most bloggers find themselves at an impasse when it comes to coming up with new ideas for what to write about. Take a look at these 17 different topics to create incredibly compelling and clickable blog posts. These topics represent different types of blog posts, with each one offering something different for your readers. No matter what your blogging style, you’ll find something here to inspire you.

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TOPIC #1: HOW TO GUIDES AND TUTORIALS

Guide your readers step-by-step through a particular process, showing them how to achieve the desired outcome. Explain the topic, concept, or process in an easily digestible and appealing way.

– Share an Opinion

TOPIC #2: NEWS AND CURRENT EVENTS

Write about relevant news and current events, and insert your own thoughts and commentary. Share the causes you support and explain why they mean so much to you.

TOPIC #3: CONTROVERSY

Write about a controversial subject in a way that is helpful to your readers and not overly offensive (unless you’re fine with that).

TOPIC #4: CHECKLISTS

Help your readers remember everything they need to about a particular subject by creating an in-depth checklist.

TOPIC #5: LISTICLES

Create a very large list of items that are relevant to your readers. Assemble a top ten list of the most influential people in your space. Pull together the ultimate list of resources for your niche.

TOPIC #6: CASE STUDIES

Show your readers how you or one of your customers achieved success during a specific timeframe. Make a case study out of your last marketing campaign and share what you learned.

TOPIC #7: PROFILES AND INTERVIEWS

Profile or interview someone who would be of interest to your readers. Consider interviewing peers, CEOs, influencers, and icons in your field. Interviewing them helps humanize them for readers by showing they are just like everyone else.

TOPIC #8: THE EXPERT ROUNDUP

Gather a large number of opinions from experts on a particular subject and compile them into a single post.

TOPIC #9: REVIEWS AND COMPARISONS

Review a product or compare two different products and let your readers know which one is better, and why.

TOPIC #10: RESOURCE ROUNDUP

Provide links to a large number of resources that are all related to a specific subject.

TOPIC #11: QUOTE ROUNDUP

Gather a large number of quotes that are all related to one topic and compile them into a single blog post.

TOPIC #12: BEHIND THE SCENES / A DAY IN THE LIFE

Take your readers behind the scenes of your life and business, giving them a snapshot of what a particular day looks like. Write a list of things you want to accomplish this year.

TOPIC #13: DATA-BACKED POSTS

Either do original research and write about it or write something based on research done by others.

TOPIC #14: INSPIRATIONAL STORIES

Tell your readers an inspirational story that is related to your business and furthers your business objectives.

TOPIC #15: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Answer questions in your blog post that you are frequently asked either in person or via email. Write about lessons learned from your customers over the years.

TOPIC #16: TOP TAKEAWAYS

Provide your top takeaways from a particular book, conference, podcast, movie, or other items. Make a list of your favorite tools, apps, blogs, and websites. Write an in-depth review of a recent podcast episode.

TOPIC #17: BEGINNER’S GUIDES

Create how-to posts that guide beginners through a particular set of actions or processes. Educate your customers through a well-written buyer’s guide

TOPIC #18: WHY SHOULD THEY PURCHASE FROM YOU

What kinds of problems/doubts/fears would prevent them from purchasing?

TOPIC #19: ABOUT YOU

What makes you different than the competition? What is your mission statement? What was the best piece of advice you’ve ever received? How did it help you?

Conclusion

I hope that you enjoyed the content and it helps you to reach your goals for creating blog post topics. You might find some you like, others you don’t, but it’s hard to go wrong by picking any of these subjects for your next post. This is a great way for you to get started creating blog posts. Try them out and let me know how you like them!

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