If you’re blogging on a regular basis, what’s
going to happen? Well you’ll get more traffic and that’s great,
but what’s worse is, eventually you’re going to run out of topics to write on. Hey everyone, I’m Neil Patel and today I’m
going to teach you how to avoid writers block. If you’re not sure on what to blog on, and
you’re just getting lost, you can do two things. The first one is go to Buzzsumo.com and put
in a key word. Any keyword within your industry. Let’s say you put in marketing, or online
marketing. That will show you all the popular posts within
your space. They even break them down based on the last
six months or year. So that way, you’re seeing fresh content that
people love. And they sort them based on social shares. The ones that have the most social shares
are the ones that people love the most. That’s how you can get more ideas for your
blog. Just look at what’s working and write better
versions of those posts. As someone broke down 10 ways to get more
traffic, you can then write 101 ways to get more traffic. Or if someone wrote how to get rid of fleas
on your dog, you can write an article on how to get rid of fleas on your dog, and cat,
or parrot, or whatever animals have fleas. Just writing more detailed content, is a great
way to keep going and crank out new information that people still love, because if it’s done
well on someone else’s site, chances are it will do well on your site as well as long
as you’re in the same industry. The second tactic is to go to Quora. Type in any key word within your space, you’ll
see a list of questions that people have. The most popular ones are common questions. If you take those questions and write blog
posts around them, and you create really educational information, that not only answers that question
but it answers it better than anyone else, you’re going to have a ton of content. So much so, you’re going to have a lot of
ideas that you won’t have writers block again. And if you use a Quora idea, you can go as
a Quora, look up all the people who responded to that question, and you can even take your
blog post, copy and paste it, and respond to it as well. I do that all the time and I generate hundreds
and thousands of views on my Quora profile because of that. I’m actually not writing unique content just
for Quora, I’m actually taking my blog content and repurposing it on Quora. So not only did I give you two ways to avoid
writers block today, I also taught you how to generate more traffic from Quora.