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3 Tools for Generating Blog Content Ideas

By Townes Haas   |    December 27, 2017   |    9:43 AM

  

Tips for Blog Content Generation

Regularly producing blog posts and posting them on your website, then promoting them using social media has become an integral part of marketing for any successful business these days. If you own a website but don’t blog regularly you need to start, or if you started blogging but ran out of ideas and stopped, then you need to resume writing blog posts. Not being able to think of any good topics to write about is not an excuse. Of course everyone struggles with generating new ideas to write about, but nowadays there are tools to ensure you never run out of material for blog posts. Here are 4 amazing tools to help you write your blog posts.

  1. Tweak Your Biz Title Generator
    Can’t think of what to write about but have a vague idea? With Tweak Your Biz all you need to do is enter a word or phrase, and the Tweak Your Biz Title Generator will generate a long list of possible blog post titles. If you have difficulty coming up with a topic or an alluring title then this free tool can really save the day. Once you have a catchy title it is easy for you to create the content.

  2. Topsy
    Topsy is a fabulous free tool that helps you to come up with ideas for great blog posts. All you need to do is enter a phrase or just a word and Topsy will instantly locate all recent blog posts, tweets, G+ posts, Facebook content, videos etc. that match your search term. If the topic is a trending topic, you can even filter results by time frame. Topsy will show you the content that has been most recently posted during that time frame. Being able to see what’s hot and what’s not will allow you to generate pertinent ideas for blog posts.

  3. Alltop
    Alltop was co-founded by Guy Kawasaki, a renowned business author. The site intends to help you write blog posts by giving you the answer to the question that Alltop states on their website as the most crucial: “What’s happening?”. Alltop is different than a search engine. While a search tool can answer a question like, “How many people live in Canada?” it can’t answer the question, “What’s happening in Canada?” All you need to do is select any topic that interests you, and Alltop tells you what is happening and what is trending. Alltop is a great tool for quickly seeing what the top bloggers in your sector are blogging about so that you can generate relevant and timely content on trending topics.