How To Get Blog Posts Ideas


We’ve all been there! Ok now! What’s next? Do I even have anything important to say now?

Everytime you push fresh articles live, you are exposing yourself to the opinion of your peers. Is it good enough? Will I get hate whatsoever? Ugh, terrifying!

This is probably the mindset that makes us, bloggers, throw ideas in the bin. We stare at the screen thinking about the blog post idea we had during lunch break… but it’s just not making sense anymore.

Here are a few ways on how to keep up with blog posts ideas:

— Ask your audience

First of all, you are not the only blogger that has been left out without any blog posts ideas. Your audience tends to follow you on social media as well so it’s definitely worth it to shoot a question on Facebook or make a Twitter poll. The Twitter Poll is the easiest because it takes 2-3 seconds to vote. However, if you don’t want to ask directly, you can find out what your audience wants by checking your most popular blog posts.

— Do more of what makes you feel inspired

It’s a very normal and common thing to feel inspired by a specific person, book and so on. Trigger your inspiration by looking for it. Read your favorite blog, watch some YouTube videos, talk to your audience by answering comments, hang out with your friends, watch Netflix or go to the cinema, work out (boosts your endorphins therefore you will feel happier, motivated and inspired).

— Try something nobody would

People love to see reactions caused by situations they can’t find themselves in. It’s humanity. Now I’m not telling you to touch a spider. You can always find something new to try in your city, wether it’s a new cafe, a new park, something adventurous. Let your audience live through your blog while reading.


— Check the trends

You can always check the trends via Google Trends, Twitter or Facebook. Write about “what’s hot” and keep your audience entertained. You can also check the forums too and see what are people talking about right now that you could write about.

— Tell a story

You can always tell a story about yourself. Your audience deserves it. Ask yourself these questions:

  • What have you learned?
  • What has changed since then?
  • If you could go back, what would you tell yourself?

— Take notes

If you feel inspired to write during lunch break, don’t let it go. Write everything down and when you are home you can arrange everything in order.

How do you get yourself inspired?


Take care,


21 comments on “How To Get Blog Posts Ideas

  1. Thank you for this inspiration!! I’ll deffinitely have to take these suggestions into consideration for my next post!! Thank you!


  2. Reblogged this on SharkB8Studio and commented:
    This was great, I was just having a ‘blog block’ and thanks to Vlad I had an epiphany! Thanks VLAD!!!!


  3. laurahartleyy

    Taking notes is soo important and not something I do enough. I always have a good idea and then tell myself I’ll get back to it later, but of course, I’ve forgotten it later. Great tips!

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  4. Dreammerin

    To be honest, for me personally it is every time different. The best ideas come from travel or in the moments I don’t think about new ideas at all. When I try necessary find a new topic/subject of writing – it doesn’t work for me. The best ideas = in the unexpected moment. This is why I always need something to write in my bag.

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  5. The struggle is so real. Thanks for sharing these tips, we all struggle with that. I’m taking your advice and I will ask my audience for their opinions on my posts.

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  6. Excellent points, totally agree not only should we write more of what we love but also give our readers what they would like to hear from us, a win-win for all.
    Kusum |

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  7. Great tips shared! I write about my traveling tales and adventures and I take lot of inspiration in my writing through the places I travel!

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  8. Great tips. I own a travel blog and I write 90% about my trips and experiences abroad. I don’t think I could ever run out of ideas. I do get the writer’s block from time to time though.

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  9. Great tips! When I’m busy in other areas of my life, I tend to not be inspired as often. So when that happens, I take time to think about what I actually enjoy – or something that has evoked an emotion in me and I go with that 🙂

    Rosie |

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  10. I’ve been lacking with blog post ideas, these are definitely great ideas. Thank you a lot 🙂

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  11. I always get inspired by being in nature. So much life, so much beauty, so much calm… the colors, the fragrances, you name it! Great post by the way 🙂

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  12. Elizabeth O.

    Writers block is pretty common if you’re blogging regularly! Ideas are definitely needed when keeping a blog and these are great suggestions. It would be nice to do what inspires you, especially if your blog is a personal one.

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  13. Very good tips and advice for other bloggers. I believe I play according the same rules ;))

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  14. I like these ideas. It’s hard for me to come up with new ideas sometimes. I have to try to explore new topics more often.

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  15. Great tips. I find reading more gives me a lot of inspiration x

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  16. In my opinion, staying updated with the trends is key. Especially for beginners. But on the other hand, you have to be unique too.
    Listening to your audience is crucial!


  17. Asking your audience is a good shout, I thought of doing a public opinion week but I have not had time to do it just yet x x

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  18. Great post and tips! I love interacting with my readers and they are always a big part of my posts. Writers block is the worst for us bloggers, I try and not watch too much tv but keeping up with the latest goings on really helps me too.

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  19. I am always struggling to find a great new idea to post! thanks so much for sharing

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