10 Ways to Come Up With New Content for Your Blog

3D rendering of a forming puzzle with the word Blog

Date: October 19th, 2011

Time: 3pm, Eastern Time

Topic: Blogging

Speaker: Heather Robson

Blogging is still alive and well, and an excellent way to build your credibility as a web writer. It’s also a potentially lucrative way to earn more income if you want to write blog content for clients. But, sometimes, coming up with new ideas for your blog can seem next to impossible. In this webinar event, Wealthy Web Writer Managing Editor, Heather Robson, shares ten strategies you can use to keep your content new and fresh and to keep the ideas rolling.

During this event, you’ll learn:

  • How to use blogging as a marketing strategy for your professional web writing business.
  • How increasing your community participation can double the number of posts you make to your blog.
  • Three ways that reading more can help you generate a never-ending stream of blog ideas.
  • A “when all else fails” strategy you can use whenever you’re truly stumped.
  • And, a list of resources from Wealthy Web Writer to help you become a better blogger

Join us!

This event is reserved content for Wealthy Web Writer platinum members. To join this event, please log in or become a member today.

Heather Robson

Heather Robson

Managing editor of Wealthy Web Writer, Heather has over ten years of content marketing and development experience.

5 Comments

  • Thank you, Heather, for a very insightful and informative session on blogging! I’ve been wondering about this for a few months, and now I see a lot of value in having a blog included on my business website.

    My list of questions to find answers to at bootcamp is getting bigger every day!

    • Hi Brenda,

      I hope you’ll say, “hi” at bootcamp and let me know some of your questions. I’d be happy to chat about where you are and where you want to get to in your business.

      And, thank you for the feedback on the event. I’m glad it was useful!

  • I’d appreciate input on how much to charge a client for blogging, when so far, that is the only piece I am doing for her. There is a good potential for writing her website content and other pages as she acknowledges this is not her strength. I don’t usually do just blogging but I want to do it for this particular client. She will send me her rants and have me select and edit blog topics from that. She wants to start out at twice a month. I expect we will move to once a week quickly (at my suggestion). What’s the range for blogging?

Leave a Comment