As a small business owner, you understand the importance of blogging in a competitive environment. So, to get the word out about your brand, you collect a small business blog and diligently start writing useful, relevant and educational posts.
Every few days you post faithfully blog until the unthinkable happens: you run out of ideas, creative and dry and you have entered the dreaded land
Do not worry – help is on way
[19459004″BlockBlogger”!] Here are 50 small business ideas available to help you overcome the “blogger’s Block” and bring a whole new level of creativity
- identify pressing issues in the industry and provide a solution.
- reconsider selling book in your niche.
- Interview with professionals in the industry and send interview.
- Write a tutorial or how-to articles.
- Put together a list of people in the industry that you recommend to follow on Twitter.
- Make a 3-5 minute video or screencast and thereafter.
- Compile a top ten list of the most important resources for readers.
- Describe how existing event linked back to your industry.
- a list of the top 10 books in your industry.
- Send out invitations for guest blog posts.
- Ask readers question and answer it in the mail.
- Highlight successful clients or customers.
- expose the scam in your industry.
- Write poll on Facebook and blogging the results.
- Mug “hot issues” in the industry by debating the pros and cons.
- Ask readers to send you new product ideas / services; translate the best ideas in a list and let readers vote.
- Assemble a “tip list.”
- Post form related industry and blog about it. (Remember that a picture is worth a thousand words.)
- Write the advantages / disadvantages of a particular product in the industry.
- Write post focused upcoming sale.
- Compile a list of the top 10 blog in your industry.
- Features causes and charities you support.
- Explain why your small business is unique, distinctive and one of its kind.
- looked company to a special event – the Olympics, Valentine’s Day, a day ground hog is, etc.
- Link to other blogs and offer individual feedback.
- Predict trends in your industry.
- Blog about small business mistakes you made, what you learned from it and how readers can avoid it.
- Write about how the industry has changed in the last 5, 10 or 25 years.
- together the best 10 blog posts of the year.
- Assemble a contest for you readers. Offer fun awards.
- debunk or challenge the common belief of life.
- Find free and resource and send a link to it.
- Record 3-5 minutes podcast or sound and thereafter.
- a list of the best blog posts that you’ve read this week.
- Search Digg and Stumble Upon and Google Alerts for current in your industry. Blogging about them.
- take the old blog and update it.
- Find a popular topic in the industry and run blog series about it.
- Share statistics and current research in the industry.
- visit quote site , quote-related industry and write about it.
- Write post that describes “the best in your industry …”
- Write a post about “the biggest mistakes in the industry …”
- Create follow beginners to newbies in your niche.
- Broadcast survey on Twitter and blogging about the results.
- Blog about a day in your life (or day in your life).
- Tell small business story and why you’re doing what you’re doing.
- put together “a dictionary of common terms” in your industry.
- Blog about who you would love to meet and why.
- Write about what frustrates you about your industry.
- Talk about what you love about your industry.
- Write a press release and publish it on your blog.
So there you have it, 50 small business ideas based to get the creative juices flowing. Hopefully you will never encounter Block Blogger again!