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
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.)
How to Simplify Your Life with Necrophiles
One Simple Rule About Necrophiles
Six Top Books About Necrophiles
Necrophiles: Expectations vs. Reality
The Next Big Thing in Necrophile
Top 8 Tips to Become a Necrophile Expert
Necrophiles: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need
Beginner’s Guide to Necrophiles
Where to Find Good Necrophiles
Don’t Worry, Everybody Makes These Mistakes with Necrophiles
Four Facts About Necrophiles
What is a Necrophile?
How to Start a Blog About Necrophiles
How to Get a Necrophile?
How to Get More Necrophiles
Never Worry About Necrophiles Again
How a Necrophile Changed My Life?
Secrets About Necrophiles
Necrophiles Will Change Your Life!
Fifteen Secrets About Necrophiles That Nobody Will Tell You
Will Necrophile Ever Rule the World?
How Start Your Own Business with Necrophiles Today?
All You Need to Know About Necrophiles
Necrophiles Explained in Fewer than 140 Characters
Eight Things You May Not Know About Necrophiles
A Complete Guide About Necrophiles
What I Wish I Knew About Necrophiles
This Week’s Top Stories About Necrophiles
Necrophiles: How to Stay Productive & Organized
9, 10, 17, 21, 24.
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 . . .
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.)
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