How To Generate Unlimited Blog Ideas
by Susie Caron © 10.27.15
If you really want to blog and you feel lost as to how to generate enough content, here’s a simple plan to get you going. Below I explain what you can do if you’ve already written and published a book. Then I describe how to generate ideas if you haven’t written a book, but want to write blog articles now.
If you’ve written a book do these:
1st: take out a physical copy of your book and a book mark.
2nd: without ‘thinking’ begin with the preface, introduction or chapter 1 and scan for words that ‘jump out’ at you. Jot these down on a piece of paper or on your computer. Do NOT think, Just Do.
3rd: when you get tired, put the book mark where you stopped. You can resume later.
4th: look at your list. Do you know what you just did? You just created an important list of words that resonate with you. They actually mean something to you.
5th: write a sentence, a statement or question with this word.
6th: Now you have a word, and written something important to you. You can probably see, now, how you can write a 300-500 word article to share what you know, in your heart, is important. (If it’s important to you, it is also likely to be meaningful to others.)
7th: Write your article. Bonus: Writing it will help your readers get to know you, to like you and want to read more that you’ve written.
8th: You’ve written a blog article. You want people to know about it and read it right?
That’s why you need to know this:
How to do tweets or Facebook posts about your blog. Here’s how:
Read over your fresh, new blog. Highlight on your own copy, any words or phrases that seem to stand out as main ideas, quotes to tweet, or could be written as questions. Write down 3 or more of these and turn them into tweets, or Facebook posts.
To get people directly to this your latest and wonderful blog article do this.
After you’ve uploaded it to your on-line blog site, click on the TITLE . That should give you a specific URL for it. Click on that and copy it. Save it. You can then go to a URL shortener: I use GoogleURLShortener,and paste your long URL in. Then copy and save the shortened link to use when you tweet or post to Facebook, or other places.
You Don’t have a published book? No problem.
1st: take out a physical copy of a dictionary or thesaurus. (I prefer the thesaurus.)
Grab a book mark.
Start at “A” and go through jotting down words that seem to jump out at you. These are the words that mean something to you.
Now follow the same path I wrote above. Hooray! You have unlimited ideas to blog about. Just take one you like and write. Have fun!
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My New Life Gets A New Improved Look!
by Susie E. Caron © 10/24/15
What 'New Life'?
I have a new life! This summer I retired from careers in teaching, psychotherapy, parent coaching and entrepreneurial pursuits. Now I plan to focus on writing articles, stories and publishing ! Oh, and of course I plan to have more fun with family. WoooHooo!
Why the 'New Look'?
Devoting full time (almost) to writing meant the web site had to change. Formerly it was titled "Twee' Means You & Me", which was primarily about my first 3 picture books and a blog about parenting. I wanted to branch out and offer more, much more. So I asked my friend Jo Linsdell for help.
Jo is the CEO of www.WritersAndAuthors.info , www.PromoDay.info., as well as an award winning and international best selling author and illustrator. She has written and published many children's books, and she writes and produces articles, books and even video tips for writers and authors, so I knew she could help me.
Jo's suggested that I redesign my web site to compliment my determination to become a best selling author of a variety of works. For example I plan to broaden the topics I write about on my blog - "Between You & Me". I wanted to add articles about many things that I love, such as family, writing, illustrating, dogs, cats, kids, owning and riding horses, gardening, cooking, taking good care of yourself, and much, much more. I also plan to write and publish more children's books, a non-fiction, narrative novel, and some non-fiction books for kids and parents. I may even write about my journey into writing and publishing. This is all good, but there is something much more important: The reason I write.
You are the reason I write.
I write because I want to share, and I want to share with you!
As a result, this web site is for you. So I arranged it to be a comfortable and easy place to visit. To accomplish this I…..
I really hope you are pleased and like the changes.
Tell me what you think. Make a suggestion. Ask me a question. I cannot wait to hear from you.
Please share this on social. We need each other. Which reminds me about my friend: you can find out more about Jo at http://www.jolinsdell.com/
Twee’ means you and me
Because Friends are the best.
Susie E. Caron
These are from my former life with many current memories and helps for parents.
I retired from teaching, became a psychotherapist treating children and families and an author. After retiring I became a full time artist.
I recently reopened this parenting blog because I believe wisdom is to be shared.
Author of Chidren's Books,
Christian, Wife, & Mother, I want to help you build parent-child relationships, 1 blog, & books at a time.
When I'm not busy creating articles or paintings, you might find me looking for dark chocolate or playing with my Boxer, Josie.
These articles are for educational and self-help purposes only and are not intended as psychotherapy.
If you experience unusual symptoms or discomfort please see your medical or mental health practitioner.
No patent liability is assumed for use of the information contained. The author disclaims any responsibility for loss or risk for use or application of this material.
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Blog Reviews & Thank You!
July 13 at 7:17pm ·
Just wanted to say that I love your posts about the different ways to connect/relate/understand your child. It has given me a new approach towards understanding my daughter and allowing HER to tell me how she feels instead of me suggesting to her how she should feel. Thanks Susie!