giving the new blog post idea generator a look-see

Es­ti­mated reading time is 3 minutes.

WHAT TO WRITE ABOUT! This topic is often on the minds of all types of writers. It’s an es­pe­cially im­por­tant topic for writers who have to fill pages in a print or on­line pub­li­ca­tion where there is a dead­line and quan­tity is often more im­por­tant than quality. So why not a blog post idea generator?
 
The folks at the WP­Be­ginner web­site now offer that exact so­lu­tion for writers: their Blog Post Idea Gen­er­ator is “a pow­erful free on­line tool that makes it easy to come up with a lot of con­tent ideas in­stantly. Without en­tering your email ad­dress, you can gen­erate up to 29 ideas for the topic or noun you enter.” 

Of course, I had to give it a look-see so I pasted in “Ly­sergic acid di­ethy­lamide.” It gen­er­ated the same ti­tles below but with “Ly­sergic acid di­ethy­lamide” in­stead of “Necrophile.” The only problem was that the gen­er­ator only cap­i­tal­izes the first letter so each of the ti­tles ap­peared in­cor­rectly cap­i­tal­ized (such as, “How to Sim­plify Your Life with Ly­sergic acid diethylamide”).

 

Blog Post Idea Generator: section of the painting titled "The Hatred" by Pietro Pajetta from 1896.

Blog Post Idea Generator

So, in­stead of “Ly­sergic acid di­ethy­lamide,” I went with necrophile. (I wanted some­thing un­to­ward if only to cap­ture a little of the jaded at­ten­tion of the in­ternet audience.)

1
How to Sim­plify Your Life with Necrophiles

2
One Simple Rule About Necrophiles

3
Six Top Books About Necrophiles

4
Necrophiles: Ex­pec­ta­tions vs. Reality

5
The Next Big Thing in Necrophile

6
Top 8 Tips to Be­come a Necrophile Expert

7
Necrophiles: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need

8
Be­gin­ner’s Guide to Necrophiles

9
Where to Find Good Necrophiles

10
Don’t Worry, Every­body Makes These Mis­takes with Necrophiles

11
Four Facts About Necrophiles

12
What is a Necrophile?

13
How to Start a Blog About Necrophiles

14
How to Get a Necrophile?

15
How to Get More Necrophiles

16
Never Worry About Necrophiles Again

17
How a Necrophile Changed My Life?

18
Se­crets About Necrophiles

19
Necrophiles Will Change Your Life!

20
Fif­teen Se­crets About Necrophiles That No­body Will Tell You

21
Will Necrophile Ever Rule the World?

22
How Start Your Own Busi­ness with Necrophiles Today?

23
All You Need to Know About Necrophiles

24
Necrophiles Ex­plained in Fewer than 140 Characters

25
Eight Things You May Not Know About Necrophiles

26
A Com­plete Guide About Necrophiles

27
What I Wish I Knew About Necrophiles

28
This Week’s Top Sto­ries About Necrophiles

29
Necrophiles: How to Stay Pro­duc­tive & Organized

My faves?

9, 10, 17, 21, 24.

 

Blog Post Idea Generator: section of the painting titled "The Hatred" by Pietro Pajetta from 1896.

Drafts awaiting completion

These are not bad starting titles—many a writer could use them as a spring­board for sev­eral ar­ti­cles. If you have nothing hap­pening, you could track the growth in the number of ar­ti­cles that ap­pear on­line that broach each od these topics.

In my case, I have over 300 drafts on my var­ious blogs awaiting com­ple­tion. These drafts range from a link to an ar­ticle and a few words about why the ar­ticle at­tracted me to nearly com­pleted pieces thou­sands of words in length.

And it’s time to pick one of those drafts up, finish the bugger, and pub­lish it . . .

 

Blog Post Idea Generator: painting titled "The Hatred" by Pietro Pajetta from 1896.

FEA­TURED IMAGE: The image at the top of this page was cropped from this image of the painting The Ha­tred by Pietro Pa­jetta (1896). It was in­spired by Lorenzo Stecchetti’s Canto dell’Odio (“Song of Hate”), which tells the story of a re­jected suitor who takes his re­venge on the corpse of his beloved. Pa­jet­ta’s painting is cur­rently lo­cated in the Museo Del Cenedese in Vit­torio Veneto, Italy. (Credit: Uni­ver­sity of Hud­der­s­field.)

To learn more about or use WPBeginner’s Blog Post Idea Gen­er­ator, click here.

 


 

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