Writing can be tough. I have hit the writer’s block head-on, stunned by the impact. When I am literally at a loss for words, procrastination affects my time management. When I designate a block of time to work on my creative writing, something or someone creates an unforeseen distraction; a distraction I willingly accept. When my muse remains silent or the sirens of distraction try to lure me away, I have tried several of the suggestions listed on this InfoGraphic. Many have been successful. A few have not.
The whole “Share Your Success” concept seems a bit of a stretch to me. It just smacks of self-promoting and I am not comfortable with this. I am intrigued, though, with the idea of trying the name recognition exercise. This sounds like it could be fun. There are some wonderful suggestions below to help writers create content. If you decide to try any of the suggestions, please feel free to share your results with me.
Additionally, I will put into practice Example #3 – Ask Your Readers. So, readers, what would you like to read on this blog?
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I like the graphic. Some of those are great ideas for blog posts. I particularly have never thought of using Google trends. Great idea. 🙂
Pete – I agree re: Google Trends. Today’s #1 hot trend is Miss World 2013. This could spark a variety of blog subjects – from a feminist slant on objectification of women to what constitutes the meaning of beauty worldwide. FYI to readers – The link to Google Trends: http://www.google.com/trends/. Thanks for commenting! Laura
Thanks for that 🙂