May is almost over and the slow transition from spring to summer is almost inevitable in some places.
This early, I am already conjuring up images of a grand vacation in an island paradise somewhere, probably sipping a cold fruit shake topped with a cherry and decorated with an umbrella, listening to the rush of the waves.
And I ask myself:
If I Get Too Engrossed With
Vacation, How Will I Be Able
To Write Compelling Content?
Maybe I should just write about my vacation and enjoy reading the envious comments of my readers and followers. (Not a bad idea, huh?) Although, there’s also the thought of lugging around my laptop computer to my summer getaway wearing a straw hat, shorts, and sandals that could really mar the idea.
Tapping away in my computer, I finally landed in Copyblogger’s site and found this gem of a blogpost that gave me a lot of exciting ideas!
Feeling brazen because of the prospect of really enjoying a summer break, I find this to be the most interesting topic of all the 21 ways mentioned in the post: stealing content!
Of course, it’s not really stealing in the truest sense of the word. In the words of this Copyblogger article author, Danny Iny, it’s just “borrowing with the author’s blessing.”
So, here’s a peek on what I am envisioning to be doing in the coming months in coming up with compelling content as per Copyblogger’s tips:
- Curate content.
- Ask friends for content ideas.
- Ask my audience for content ideas.
- Do an interview.
- Solicit guest posts.
So far, I’ve had two amazing guest posts in my site and I am already eyeing my third!
And to end this post, I am asking my audience:
What Do You Want Me
To Write About?
Looking forward to your compelling content ideas!
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To Your Success,