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3 Ways to Beat Blogger's Block

Published on 22nd March 2019

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Anyone hoping to run a successful blog will come across a selection of decisions that need to be made. 

These decisions need to be carefully thought through before even the smallest progression of work can begin. 

However, there's no need to panic over the decision-making process. Instead, get excited about it!

This is your chance to identify what truly interests you, which topics you want to weigh in on, and what you wouldn’t mind refining content for. 

If you put genuine effort into brainstorming, you’ll likely come up with a few categories you might be interested in.

Of course, here's where it gets tricky. When it comes to the specifics of the blogging posts you write, you might find it difficult to generate ideas. 

Certain ideas might come to you here and there. However, after writing down all of your initial ideas and obvious considerations, that silence may be deafening. 

You may worry that you've exhausted all of your options, and have nowhere left to turn. 

Don't worry - you're not doomed. In fact, it's natural to get stuck over what to publish from time to time. Finding blog ideas is often one of the earliest battles you'll have to fight. 

Here's how to win that battle: 

Write What You Know.

It can be extremely worthwhile to write about topics that you know a lot about.

You might find a great deal of depth in your personal past that you can draw on, or you might be able to relay your own personal experiences. 

For example, a community group such as LCMPA that you have interfaced with in the past may have helped you gain comfort in sharing your stories related to a certain time of your life.

You can also share what you have learned from a selection of experiences. For example, if you write about audio engineering, you could write about the nerves you felt when setting up a stage for your first band gig.

A little personal touch can serve as your special flair. No matter how hard anyone tries, they will not be able to replicate you perfectly. 

This gives your blog that sense of unique perspective that it may have not offered up until now. 

Connect With Other Bloggers.

There are a range of excellent bloggers out there, and you could benefit from connecting with them. 

Discussing your craft with like-minded people can help your spur your own ideas.

Perhaps you may even combine your ideas into a mutually beneficial creative relationship, which can also be a wonderful approach. 

By connecting with other bloggers, this can help inject some vitality and novelty into your daily blogging experience.

Try Something New.

When it comes to your content, you might be limiting yourself by sticking to too-tight guidelines. 

Often times, your audience wants to see your take on something you haven't touched on before.

Maybe you're a voice over artist, and that's what your blog is centered on. 

Why not go beyond your method, and start talking about your favorite movies or your favorite voiceover performances of history? 

What about a history of the microphones you have used, or a range of other considerations? A little novelty can spice things up for both you and your audience.

By following these tips, finding ideas for your blog might remain the first battle - but it's one that you can win every time. 



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