Already Out Of Ideas?

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For a whole lot of people who made daily/weekly/regular blogging part of their New Year’s resolutions yesterday, many of them are going to be scratching their heads already, struggling to come up with ideas to write about.

And, yes, I am one of those people.

Here are three resources to use for blogging inspiration:

  1. The Daily Post @ WordPress.com. The good folks at Automattic, which is the company behind WordPress.com, are heavily invested in getting you to publish on their platform. The first step to you publish on their platform is to get you creating content! What better way to get you creating content than to give you daily suggestions for posts?
  2. Plinky. Formerly a standalone site, now part of the Automattic family, Plinky is another source of suggestions. They operate differently from The Daily Post, in that the Plinky model is to provide you with prompts that can be responded to directly within Plinky. That being said, you can use the Plinky prompts as inspiration for a blog post in lieu of a Plinky answer.
  3. No One Cares What You Had For Lunch. Or any other number of books that have been written to form the cottage industry about bloging.

Or you can do what I just did, which is transform your lack of ideas into a post about how you’re out of ideas. How meta of me.

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One comment

  1. “If you use Evernote, make a notebook of “Things to write about”. Ideas go in there. I’ve got 33 ideas in my notebook currently. That means I have 33 fewer excuses which I can no longer use to avoid blogging.” – Joël Franusic (http://joel.franusic.com/)

    A fine suggestion that was added to Facebook, worthy of appending to this post.

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