I think I should share some love here about to blog or not to blog. I made my decision to quote Jeff article because I think he just made a good post for us to read. The title of the post already shows how detail he are specially in blogging. Tips to Avoid Foggy Blogging and Scrambling for Topics; well it looks so promising, isn’t it?
So here is the highlight of what he wrote in the post:
1) create blog topics month in advance … 20, 30, even 40 at a time. To be more specific, I recently made a commitment to myself to prepare a list of possible blog topics months in advance, so I’d never have to scramble last minute to find something to blog about.
2) Sometimes coming up with enough ideas at one sitting is near impossible. If that’s the case, brainstorm blog ideas with others. The introduction of another mind in the equation can lead to completely new ideas and perspectives, that otherwise wouldn’t have been.
3) Carry a small note pad or voice recorder with you always to record your ideas when you have them. Sometimes, you had hundreds of great ideas for posts, that were lost forever because you didn’t take the time to record them somewhere. For Jeff, having a notebook at his bedside for 3 am epiphinies is crucial … don’t know why it happens. It just does!
I’ve told you, it is worth to put his idea in your blog because only the expert can give you the best!