Very Easy Ways To Generate Content Idea’s – Part2

Welcome to Part 2 of my series where we are discussing awesome ways to generate some of the best content ideas. In Part 1 we discussed how Google search, Keyword Planner, and Trends have transformed the way we find relevant keywords which are perfect to create engaging content. We also looked at Long Tail Keywords Pro which is awesome because it follows the user search pattern while introducing the concept of long-tail phrases for content writing. We are going to jump into Part 2 and look at “3” more cool strategies which I have personally used to write content for my blog and even while guest blogging.

Let’s get started and your feedback will be greatly appreciated.

Question & Answer Website

There’s many Q&A’s website that will provide you with great content ideas however your focus should always be to find the MOST popular and relevant to your niche. Even though many cover all different niches it’s important to focus popular websites because they are always up to date and trending. Since my niche is focused around “SEO” and “Online Marketing” I like to spend much of my time on Quora.com because it’s provided me with a hub of creative topic ideas. My game plan is very simple…

I like to focus on popular or trending topic while skimming through standard questions being asked. If I can find a question being asked several times then I’ll know it’s a common question within my niche. I’ll go through some of the answers provided and even gather some facts to add to my content. It’s a great way to find common problems and corresponding answers.

Google Webmaster Tools

GWT is often under used to generated content ideas and I’m going to tell you why. It provides enormous information on impressions, CTR, and position of various different keywords. I use impression count to find out about trending keywords that people are searching. If I know certain keywords are being typed more than others, I will focus on finding other relevant keywords to use in my content. Impressions can tell you a lot about the user search pattern and what you should be focusing on going forward.

Head over to Google Keyword Planner and look at search queries because here is where you’ll find all the information you need to do further keyword research. Remember to focus on the following:

  • Impression count
  • CTR (will show you if you are ranking for keyword and getting clicks)
  • After, focus on finding relevant keywords to generate more content and around the same topic

Forums

These communities have been around way before powerful search engines like Google started to dominate the web. The secret here is to search relevant forums and find common questions being asked just like you would when searching Q&A’s. You have other experienced people who will provide an answer to many of these questions, but your objective should be to gather all the powerful answers so you can compile them into your content before publishing. It’s an awesome strategy and has worked numerous times for me in the past. I still continue to visit relevant forums in my niche to find content idea’s and even skim through providing answers to visitors.

Start by Google a quick search using “keyword + forums” and visit the most popular. Then skim through for the next 1-2 weeks gathering information on trending topic. Finally, gather whatever depth answers you can from other community members so you can add them to your content before publishing. Remember, don’t copy the answers, but tweak them by adding your own insight to them.

Before implementing any of these strategies test out the different methods so you can find out which ones work better for you compared to others.

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8 thoughts on “Very Easy Ways To Generate Content Idea’s – Part2”

  1. DNN says:

    Content is and always will be king online. And with that said, it’ll always create side hustle blogging and affiliate marketing opportunities to those who concentrate mentally on making the online marketing game work for them. There is no such thing as get rich quick online. You must do the transformation business work and create lots and lots of content.

  2. DNN says:

    Who wouldn’t want to be on their content marketing A+ game when there’s unlimited money to be made online in affiliate marketing and side hustles?

  3. Hey Rizvan!

    A great place to get content ideas is forums and question/answer sites. I always find ideas for new blog posts on such websites. They are a goldmine.

    You could also use the Google search engine to help you come up with an idea. And this is also a great way for you to see what exactly people are searching for which will help you with rankings.

    Thank you for sharing your tips!

    Best regards! 😀

  4. Jon says:

    Hi Rizvan,

    You’re certainly right about gathering content ideas from Q&A sites such as Quora – the traffic is high and the questions asked reflect popular concerns. Another plus is that you can answer questions on your main topic with the view of getting the answers indexed in the search engines and drawing traffic from this authority site for possibly several years.

  5. Susan Velez says:

    Hi Rizvan,

    Coming up with content ideas is not as difficult as some people might think. I personally love using Pinterest to help me come up with new content ideas.

    There are tons of pins that you can search and see what others are doing. I also love using forums and Facebook groups to see what type of questions people are asking.

    I usually browse Facebook Groups on Saturday mornings to see if I can find questions that I can answer on my blog.

    It’s a great way to spend the morning with a cup of Joe and getting content ideas for your blog.

    Once I find some content ideas, I add them to my Google Document. Right now, I have hundreds of blog post ideas that I could write about on my blog.

    Now I just need to get busy and actually write the content.

    Thanks for taking the time to share these tips with us.

    Have a great day 🙂

    Susan

  6. DNN says:

    Happy Saturday,

    Just wanted to give a friendly heads up that the word Ideas is not supposed to have an apostrophe in it. Just write the word flat out “Ideas.” Let me know if you have any questions. 🙂

  7. Hey John, Thanks for sharing your idea and tips to generate content. I have a dating site, can you please tell how to generate my content on dating.

  8. DNN says:

    And to talk about content, have you thought about changing your email password lately? The Russians are suspected of sending spam.

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