For content creators, coming up with new ideas for blogs can be a harrowing and scary proposition, and not just because it is Halloween. With only two months left to go in the calendar year, you have had ten months of constant brainstorming, writing and re-writing, and at this stage you may feel drained of inspiration and walking slowly into a graveyard of the mind. What else can you possibly write about? How do you come up with that killer content over and over again?
With 1 billion websites on the World Wide Web, the internet is a daunting place, and you’d be excused for thinking there is no point in your small business putting in the time and effort of adding to the noise by creating loads more content. What makes it worse is the fact that there seems to be a thousand and one people selling you a template fix for your business’s very specific visibility issues. But there are ways you can avoid simply adding to the noise and really make your SME stand out from the crowd. So here is a checklist to help you get on your way.
Last week, we brought you our 5 big takeaways from the HubSpot State of Inbound Report 2016, but as a writer tasked with producing the blogs and web content for our company, one aspect of the report really held my interest: content creation.