With so many advances in smart technology these days, marketing professionals, content creators, and their teams need to keep up with the availability of tools that help reduce their workload and maximize their output.
Inspiration is not a given.
As a matter of fact this can even be the #1 reason you’re not publishing enough content. What should I blog about? What can I add to the Web’s chaotic conversation that’s not been published already?
A lot of these questions were mine when we started thinking about the reasons a lot of professionals and businesses didn’t have a properly updated blog. Lacking time to write content is definitely a barrier but a lot of time lacking inspiration is what causes the perception that it takes time to write.
Tell me to create 800 words from scratch and I might be stuck. But give me content examples and I might generate ideas much faster.
In short, inspiration can be generated, nurtured and developed.
All the more if you’re using the right tools as Dani Finkelstein explains in this post.
Content curation is of course a great way to find inspiration. By curating content on your field of expertise, you’ll get ideas for new blog posts, find data points to enrich your existing ideas and also identify the gaps: the great content to write that nobody has written yet.
Also in this post, tools to write better headlines, structure your posts in the best possible way and help improve your writing style. Some great ways to create better blog posts.
How inspired do you feel now?
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