Coming up with new ideas for blog posts isn’t always easy. I’m sure we all go through an occasional rut of, “what should I post about?” Writer’s block happens, and that’s okay. To help you out, I put together a list of blog post ideas for every major holiday/season. Or, maybe you have a lot of post ideas, but they don’t seem to be resonating with other people.
Pin it now, reference it later.
The guide isn’t any ordinary list of things you could blog about. I performed keyword research for the top things related to specific seasons/holidays. The 20-page idea book is full of ideas people are actually Googling. This will help you grow your blog because you will be writing posts that people are interested in reading. They are looking for the answers/ideas to these topics.
I’m going to assume (I know, it’s risky) that you want people to read your blog. By being the answer to people’s Google or Pinterest search – you can guarantee people will be interested in your blog post.
I’ve compiled trending search terms for each of the following major holidays/seasons:
St. Patrick’s Day
In each section, you will see a list of keywords. I found these keywords by using Google guided search, Google’s Keyword Tool, and Pinterest’s search guides. The phrases on this list are not meant to be the headline for your post, merely a springboard to get your creative juices flowing.
Who is the guide for?
The year Blog Post Ideas guide is geared toward the following niches:
- DIY Bloggers
- Craft Bloggers
- Food Bloggers
- Lifestyle Bloggers
- Family Bloggers
The ideas are perfect for beginner bloggers trying to build up content or established bloggers looking for new ideas to incorporate into their blog.
Get my Blog Post Ideas Guide and start writing blog posts that people are searching for.
You’ll also get the Blog Post Ideas email series. The first email will be your guidebook and how to use it. The following day I’ll be hitting your inbox with my sure-fire way to come up with blog posts that generate search traffic.
On day three, I’ll show you how to perform your own keyword research for blog post ideas (that’s how I got all the terms for this year guide). It’s way easier than it sounds.
I hope the guidebook and the email series help you come up with blog posts that increase your traffic and build up an eager audience.
Let me know if you have any questions about the blog post guidebook in the comments below.7