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3 Steps in Producing Quality Blog Content

3 Steps in Producing Quality Blog Content

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Producing Blog Content,

the nemesis of all Bloggers?

Ever hear yourself say, ‘My blog failing”?

“I can’t produce

Quality Blog Content”

I did this weekend.

Could not get going on producing any exciting content for this blog and couple other Niche Blogs in Gardening, Crafting and Business Mindset. I opened each blog dashboard, went to create new post, read my outline and just could not put anything together. Frustration time and a sense of Failure began to creep into my normal Positive personality.

How do I change direction?

Pulled out one of my spiral notebooks on blogging and remembered reading how others solved the problem. Here QualityBlogContentisKingare Three Steps that stood out and helped me get back on track, and produce some quality Blog Content.

#1 Remember you are not writing War and Peace or any other magnificent Classic Volume

Your readers are looking for information to solve THEIR problems (quickly) and will enjoy clarity, with brevity, more than painstaking proper wordage and long explanations. I am finding blog posts about 200-300 words better received than long dissertation. If you have more to say create more posts on same subject. Obvious benefit there…More fresh content for the search robots

#2 Get Motivated by READING the blogs of others in your Niche.

Your existing subscribers and new readers are arriving at your blog through three main sources, Direct Referral, Search Engines and Backlinks from Referring Sites. If you READ the blog content of others, in your niche, you will naturally become motivated to write a complimentary article (good to refer back). Keep a sharp eye on what key words are being sought through the Search Engines. I personally think TOO much emphasis is focused on KEYWORDsmithing. It seems to stifle the natural writing flow.

I use Google Alerts to keep a steady flow of Quality BLOG content about my favorite Niches and their relevant Keywords, and also start the Day looking at my subscribed Blogs on my iGoogle page, shown below.

Quality Contnet Blog Subscriptions of iGoogle

Take a little time and READ these blogs and note the syntax and flow, especially on those Blogs with high page ranking. (Leaving relevant comments is VERY much encouraged). Another stimulation might be for you to write a post in contradiction or support of the other Blog Topic.

#3. Be sure to include references to some of those other Quality Blog posts that motivated you!

Taking the time to research other content just deserves some recognition to those who “helped ” release your writer’s block. So you should consider mentioning their article in your post with a hyperlink. You do not want your post to be a Linkfest but choosing one or two links to relevant posts can be very beneficial. Also a good idea to contact the author and let them know you did…

This is a good way to generate comments and develop relationships with like minds.

Well,  here I am, finishing a Blog post because I Unlocked the Writing Block by following my own advice.


14 Responses to “3 Steps in Producing Quality Blog Content”

  1. Paul Lamon says:

    Another helpful blog post to help someone who is struggling with writing blogs. Sometimes you forget that you don’t always have to create something and you can site other people’s blogs with the proper credit and even expand upon it. To some people setting up a blog is mind boggling because they don’t realize they have so many resources available to them. It’s a very good thing to remember.

  2. Ken says:

    Thanks Chuck, content generation, should I say quality content generation is a constant must for internet marketing success. Thanks for the tips on how get the creative juices flowing..

  3. Chuck says:

    Glad we could be of help, Ken
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  4. Chuck says:

    Thank you Catherine,
    Always a pleasure to hear from you.
    One thing many of the NEW business person forget is that cross promotion and edification of others in same Industry can be VERY Beneficial
    Law of Reciprocity

  5. Cat Alexandra says:

    Hey Chuck,

    Excellent points here. Point #3 is one that’s been on my mind a good bit. I plan to be citing and linking back to more bloggers in the community. I have been seeing others doing these “linkfests,” as you put it. Seems to be a fine way to get everyone engaged and help others shine. I’m all about some do-gooding! 🙂

    Succinct and powerful points!

    Cat Alexandra

  6. Chuck says:

    Thank you for your Comment, Malok

  7. Malok Mading says:

    Hi Chuck,
    It is a real nice piece of advise that we need to observe into. Thanks for sharing this informative article.

  8. Chuck says:

    Thanks for stopping by Lani and sharing your thoughts.
    I am suffering again this evening.
    Need to finish two posts, so back in the “saddle again”

  9. Sharing Is Caring- Lani says:

    Aloha Chuck, I enjoyed your post and your wonderful message. It’s nice to receive and share among each other wonderful shared messages and at times I get writers block. So I figure maybe the brain need resting from reading, learning and sharing. Glad I came by and thanks for sharing! Mahalo, Lani 🙂

  10. Quality blogs are going to be great qualities when you are always talking about the same topic. Your business. I want to know more about you and this lets me know how much you put into your business. You can tell alot just by “chatting” pretty much about anything.
    I do appreciate the blogs that the businesses provide.

  11. Chuck says:

    Thank you Barbara
    Your blog definitely follows a Topic well
    Thanks again for your Support

  12. Chuck says:

    Thanks John,
    I visited and commented on you blog.
    Have a few suggestions.
    Contact me and maybe we can chat on phone

  13. John Wilson says:

    Good stuff Chuck,
    Advice well laid out and relevant!
    John D. Wilson

  14. MKWeb says:

    Good advice Chuck,
    Breaking writer’s block can be a challenge for bloggers, but with all the info out there, a quick search using Google or Bing should help get those creative juices flowing fast!


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