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  1. Social media is definitely a great place to come up with current socially relevant topics to write about. I never really thought about using Pinterest before but I’ll bet you could find some great ideas there too.

  2. I think deciding on your main demographic is the toughest part, second only to choosing a niche. I like how you narrow it down even further between someone who is a novice versus someone with a great deal of knowledge. It’s something I’ve struggled with in the past.

  3. This is a great list. I wish I had old content to go back and retouch but unfortunately, I’m still pretty new to a lot of this. Where all do you guys go to read relevant info for your sites? I find reddit to be a great place to review info about, well, anything.

    • Hi Josie, you can find relevant info for your subject or niche through online searches and Reddit is a great place, or your local library, but so much can be found on the internet. Once you gather enough quality research material, go through it, understand and share it by creating your own unique article or post. thanks for your time and comment.

  4. I always love it when sites utilize polls and surveys because it makes me feel like a more involved member of the site. I definitely need to utilize this on my own site. Are there any survey platforms or plugins you recommend?

    • I only know that there are many survey and poll plugins to choose from, my search showed over 300. Make sure that the one you choose is tested and has been updated somewhat recently and also is compatible with your website.

  5. I have to agree with you about reading relevant information often. I’m still not perfect with grammar and spelling, but becoming an enthusiastic reader has helped me improve.

  6. What a great article! I never thought of looking up my interest on Facebook to help with writer’s block. We spend enough time on social media, never imagined it would help me with a job.

    • Kaylee, I wouldn’t have thought of using Facebook either but now that I’ve heard it I can’t believe I’d never thought of it before. I’m giving that one a shot tomorrow. Thanks for the tip! I love the idea of using surveys and polls too.

      • Using Facebook does seem like a good idea for finding topics others are already interested in and talking about. I guess that’s where tags can be helpful as well. I’m going to start paying attention instead of mindlessly clicking on social media.

    • Another place people don’t usually think of looking is Pinterest. I have found lots of great topic ideas on there. I need to go back and look at some of my older content too.

    • Interesting idea for sure. Social media to help with writer’s block. I am on every day at least a few times a day. There are several things that peak my interest every day.

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