Are you struggling to create content consistently?
(I was also struggling when I started).
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve sat staring at a blank page… waiting to find a post idea, and many minutes later, I was still staring at my laptop! GRRRRR…. ♀️
Here are 20 post ideas to help you create your content for the next few weeks. Remember, your posts will allow you to connect, engage and build trust with your audience.
To help you get started, I put together a list of blog posts for you, and I put them into categories to help you more easily rotate the different types of content when planning your editorial calendar.
Behind-the-scenes and personal posts
When you write a Behind-the-scenes post, you show your followers what’s happening behind the brand they love. I share my day-to-day challenges, wins, and my nomad life.
1. WHY I STARTED AN ONLINE BUSINESS
Advice & Frequent Questions
To build trust and engage with your audience, share advice related to your business. I try to split the content between management, marketing, Human resources, and Squarespace.
7. CREATE YOUR FIRST JOB OPPORTUNITY
8. HOW TO STAND OUT FROM THE COMPETITION
9. HOW DO YOU SAY NO TO A CLIENT
Feature a new product
To build trust and engage with your audience, share tips, tricks, and advice related to your business. I try to split the content between management, and marketing.
11. KÖLN TEMPLATE
Tips to get you started
To build trust and engage with your audience, share tips related to your business. I try to post on different topics that are related to an online business and share tips that will help other entrepreneurs build a business, as I did.
I was under the impression that I had to post a super long blog post every week. Then I discovered the mini-posts strategy! Shorter copy, but to answer specific questions or to discuss a specific topic.
For three months, I created mini-posts five times/week… and I chose my topics with the questions I was receiving every week. With this strategy, I was able to engage with my audience and build my email list.
What about you? Do you post often?