3 Heavily Guarded Secrets To Choosing A Topic For
Today, I'm going to open the Fort Knox vault to choosing a topic
for your blog that gets you read, gets you famous, and make you money. But before I get into that, first you
have to ask yourself these questions:
What is my blog really about, and how do I choose the topic for
These questions are best answered by digging deep into what
you're personally interested in. When picking your topic or theme, never pick it based on popularity or
financial reasons alone. This can cripple you, because you will have little to no desire in keeping up with
the demands of blogging consistently.
Therefore, it's important you write down a list of your favorite
subjects and interests, you would enjoy sharing with others. For example, if you're a real estate investor --
a blog on making money in real estate will suite you.
Let's dive right into choosing a blog topic secret
1. Creativity Drives Blogging
Few people can hit the right note the first time they sit down
to play a new instrument, and the same philosophy goes for blogging. If you want to hit a lot of right notes
in perfect harmony, sometimes you have to try and test a few different ways to make your blog stand
One way is to have an interview like blog that interviews some
of the top professionals and experts in your industry of choice. Another is to have more than one blogger
contribute to the overall experience.
When you find something, stick with it, add it to your line-up
of great creative ideas, and go for more to stay ahead of the curve.
2. Stick To Popular Ideas That
Lose Weight. Make Money. Personal Development. All these topics
are BIG markets that make for great topics to talk about. I don’t know many who aren’t interested in at least
one of the three, so starting a blog about it gives you the best odds of
Stay clear of obscure topics if you ever have plans of becoming
a major player in the blogging world.
3. Keep Your Blog Updated
When people visit your blog, they “expect” to see at least 1 or
2 new blog posts than did last time. Your readers check back once or twice a week to see if there’s anything
new. Make sure you update your blog at least twice a week (especially if you’re
Choosing a blog topic and "sticking" with it isn't difficult if
you apply all three secrets above before making a decision because you make up your mind, you have to stay
with your decision.
Blogging is a mentally stimulating activity -- like a journal or
diary online where others read your thoughts, ideas, embarrassments, pains, and accomplishments with your
With that said, I wish you the best of luck choosing your blog’s
topic. Don't rush into it. Let it come to you and help you decide what move to make next before you make it
and you'll be satisfied with your decision for a very long time.
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