9 Ways to Use the “Be Everywhere Effect” to Maximize Your Brand Exposure and Link Acquisition

The “Be everywhere” effect is the perfect tactic that small to medium-sized business can use to outwit their larger competitors. It’s the subtle art of appearing larger than your organization actually is. However, it allows your brand to improve its recall and perceived value to attract more traffic, leads, sales and links.


To achieve this, companies need to work smarter, not harder. Use the following tactics along with this small business checklist to generate more inbound links and an improvement in your business’s brand awareness.

Publish posts on your own website

The first action that you should take is publishing posts on your own website. You will already have an audience that you can promote to, whether it is 100 followers on social media or the people within your organization, the posts that you publish will help to expand your brand awareness as an author, as well as the product or service that you are promoting. You can see a great example from Crazy Vegan Kitchen here.
The easiest way to start doing this is by publishing regular blogs and forwarding the publications to your audience in newsletters or email broadcasts.

Publish guest blog posts on the most popular and relevant sites in your industry

You want to get yourself featured on other websites that have an established audience that is relevant to the product, service or value incentive that you are offering. Doing a guest blog post in the right way can trigger hundreds or even thousands of new visitors to your website, resulting in more subscribers and sales for your site.
Publishing an evergreen guest blog post can continually drive you more web traffic leads and continue to generate your ongoing exposure.
One of the great examples in the SEO industry is the guest post contribution on Moz by Matthew Barby. Even though the post was published several years ago, the post ranks on Google and continues to get traffic, whilst branding Matthew as an SEO expert.

Publish an eBook or a small book

This is one of the most effective ways to create more exposure and link acquisition opportunities for your business. It involves a bit more work, but publishing a short ebook of at least 8000 words is enough to establish yourself as a credible author in your niche. The ebook only needs to cover a specific topic that solves a problem in your industry.
The ebook can be used to network, attract subscribers, create PR opportunities and to generate inbound link opportunities.

Set up a retargeting campaign for people that have visited your web content

You want to trigger brand recall with people that visited or viewed your published content. You can set up a retargeting campaign with display ads, search marketing ads, video ads, and social media ads to make them become more familiar with your personal and company brand.

Publish videos on YouTube

One of the quickest ways to gain exposure is by publishing videos on YouTube. YouTube is one of the biggest website platforms on the planet and has millions of users browsing the platform every day. By publishing useful videos for your targeted audience, you can gain more brand exposure, inbound traffic and increased inbound link opportunities.
Conduct research to find out what are the relevant video topics in your industry that gain views and subscribers. Make a list of those topics and then create a strategy to develop those videos as a part of your YouTube content marketing strategy.
The videos don’t have to be complicated. They just need to deliver value for the target audience.
A simple video could yield thousands or even millions of views, as well as an influx of traffic.
There’s a good case study here from one website that had their video go viral. It also shows the amount of inbound traffic the site received as a result of viewing the video.

Participate in interviews

Find opportunities to participate in interviews on YouTube channels, blog post interviews and even podcast interviews. This will expose to an entirely new audience and can easily add credibility and klout to your brand.
There are several platforms that are always on the lookout for guests. You simply need to compile a list of those platforms that are looking for experts to interview and then approach them with a pitch to appear on their show.

Curate and share relevant posts on social media

As simple as this sounds, it can yield results over the long-term. Build a loyal following by sharing content from your own platform, as well as other relevant and useful information from other specialists in your field. They will start to take notice of you sharing their content and they may even do the same.
This will expose you to their audience, as well as potentially get you featured on their web platforms (and websites), as well as grant you a link back to your website.
You can see a good example of how to implement this on Melyssa Griffin’s website.

Contribute to Q & A

You can easily contribute answers on Q&A sites that’s relevant to your industry. You can use Google to do a query search on frequently asked questions in your industry. Once you create a list of those questions, you can answer them thoroughly.
Don’t just try to answer any question. Be strategic and try to find those questions that gain a lot of web traffic. If they are on sites like Quora, see how many views the answer has received and also how many replies have been published. You might find some questions that are in need of a reply, but have gained several hundreds of views already.
It’s also possible to generate inbound lead enquiries or sales as a result of the answers that you provide, as you demonstrate value, which improves your perceived credibility.

How many publications do I need to create the “Be everywhere effect”?

This will differ from industry to industry, but it’s likely that you will need to get between 100-200 features on the most prominent platforms in your industry. This will allow people visiting those sites to continually be shown your brand, which will improve the brand recall for both your personal and organization’s brand.
Utilizing the “Be Everywhere effect” in your organization’s promotional strategy can yield great exposure opportunities and attract natural links to the site. When implemented well, it will continue to boost the organization’s brand perception and value ongoing.

Author Bio: Nathan Elly is the branch manager for the digital marketing agency, Digital Next. A savvy SEO expert based in the heart of Melbourne, Victoria, you can find him enjoying the local eateries and playing football with his teammates outside of the office.
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Pop Your Profit Up With The Best Monetization Solution For Webmasters

Online monetization has become the major trend in the digital environment and now it’s possible to monetize almost everything. And I mean… Everything. All the digital entertainment is almost built on these bones and keep growing.

So, you have a website on your own, you worked so hard to build up your audience. Now it’s time to think about earning some extra from your website audience or even make it your lifetime earnings.

Ready, steady… Go.

Finding a monetization solution may seem you an easy-peasy deal as the Internet is trashed with them. But, it may become not so simple as it looks. There are a lot of ephemera advertising networks that closes with the full amount of your earned money, there are a lot of scam advertising networks that don't even pay.

The easiest and the most popular monetization solution among the publishers is Adsense, a high-end Google monetization solution with an overwhelming mass of rules that make you feel like under a sword of Damocles.

Advertising and affiliate networks are the second popular monetization solutions but they are most stable and can become as profitable or even more profitable than Adsense.


What’s pops and how to cook them?

What do you imagine when you hear pops advertising? Something irritative? Well, you shouldn’t. It should sound like a jangling of coins because there it is: a mother lode.


Why’s that?

Just a few words: It’s profitable. While some webmasters doing $8 a day with banners other resourceful webmasters doing $100 a day with pops. Pop advertising is worth every penny.

There’s one thing you should stick to: To avoid mass audience irritation you should take it easy on pop-ups or just skip to… Popunders.

They just pop under the main browser window or creating a new tab and it’s less irritative than a bunch of windows keep popping in front of your website users’ screen. They definitely don’t deserve this.

why choose popups

Where is the money, Lebovsky?

The solution is out there. I am pleased to present you Clickadu - a premium advertising network, specializing in popunders.

Established in 2014 they have grown to a massive advertising net with 4500 active publishers and still continuing to grow.


why choose clickadu


What’s so great about Clickadu?

First, an eye-catching thing is support. I know that you’re interested more in hearing that money-thing but support is really doing great and every question or suggestion can be solved right away with your personal manager or support team.


And now, a gold bag. The minimum payout is $10 what is good for small-traffic websites and your earnings can be withdrawn twice a month or by request. It’s good to see a variety of payment methods even the popular crypto BitCoin.

What are they paying for? The basic model is CPM (means per 1000 ad impressions), that’s a way more profitable than banner CPC/CPM. For high-demanding traffic, the CPM could raise up to $14 or even more. Constantly updating Anti-Adblock code could help you to earn 20% more.

Handy Monetization Platform makes it easy to monetize your website. The statistics update every hour and there you can filter your earnings as you wish: by date, by a website, by ad zone etc.


What’s the catch?

That sounds a little too good to be true. But it is, except that you can’t monetize a website with 36 daily visitors. Still, you need to work on a traffic quantity and quality to earn more so be patient there. Those two ‘q’ can lead you to the success affiliate marketing.


Watch my stats going:

clickadu stats
Here’s a small tip over here: Never watch CPM column as it’s just a… Number. The main thing here is profit.


Should I try?

You definitely should even if you’re still questioning your success. No one bites you if you try and at the end a humble or not so bounty is waiting for you. Double your earnings with website monetization.


Good luck on your way to the pop!

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MNP Fails To Port Number From Airtel to Idea | Same Number Stays Active From Both Networks

Mobile Number Portability is one of the best surfaced schemes of TRAI to encourage the right to chose a network ove the same number. This is actually a wonderful feature that will allow an user choose among the networks accoding to his requirement.


Do you think you mobile number is unique and cannot be used from different IMEI numbers at the same time? You are wrong!


Yes! One number can be used from different mobile phones and telecom companies are just hiding this possibility.


Even I thought the same till this morning but a major flaw in their networks transportation exposed a serious bug in their network gateway.


What actually happened?

I had been Idea’s loyal customer for the past 10 years and due to the prolonged interruption of the network in my area, I switeched it over to Airtel 5 months ago.


I saw the same problem with Airtel these days and I thought I’d switch back to Idea. So I went to a retailer and submitted my proofs and got an Idea SIM card (under MNP applicaiton).


I had to wait for Airtel to go offline forever to insert Idea SIM card for the activation process. I did not get any service turn off from Airtel but I got a message showing that Idea has been activated.


No I have two SIM cards, fully functional and active from both the networks.


MNP failure airtel to idea


Yeah! Thats’s what scared me.


How is this even possible?

There might be an issue in the common network gateway that these telecom companies are using. This duplicated my number onto another electronic chip which is a major bug in their gateway software system. This either should be updated or looked after to avoid further damage to the user identification.


Never throw away your old SIM card like a boss

With an out-of-service SIM card in hand and a newkly activated SIM in phone, anyone would feel the swag of a boss throwing it away into the bin or on road.


Imagine the possibilities if someone picks up the SIM and puts it in his mobile phone and uses it since it’s active and fully functional.


Sounds scary right?




What shall you do?


If you want to dispose the old SIM card, break it into two and throw it away. That’s the best you can do.


But..What about the duplicate identity?

This somehow creates a worry abuot the identity security of our own. If someone could clone a SIM card which would be under our identify proofs and uses it for any anti-social activity or to destroy the personal reputation, may be they can.


Telecom industry should take this issue seriously and make sure this won’t happen. If this bug can give a notmal personal like me the access to have both networks active with one single number, it’s enjoyable to have multiple network access but not secured as of now.


Beware about the SIM cards till eSIMS come into real market. Stay safe!

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Best Web Design Tricks That Can Boost Conversion

Boosting conversion rates and increasing sales is the number one priority of anyone who uses their website to make a profit and run a business.


Even though you may be a blogger yourself, your long-term plan may involve full-time blogging and site monetization, both of which require certain web design principles to be implemented in order to make your site more user-friendly and inviting.


Web designers are often lost as to what to do with their site to further increase conversion rates while bloggers think about what they are doing wrong with their research writing and articles that the visitors simply don’t like enough to subscribe or get in touch with them. What are some of the essential steps you should take in order to tweak your site for a conversion boost without looking for writing help in order to do so?




Value proposition definition

No one wants to be a regular at a website that doesn’t know what it’s doing. People want to be able to connect with your content, purpose, and product on a personal level before putting any more effort into your content. This means that your brand’s value proposition needs to be as clear as possible all around the site.

  • Why are you doing what you are doing? What is your long-term vision and milestones for achieving that vision?
  • How are you going to achieve that vision? What types of content do you provide for your readers? What products do you sell?
  • What are the key benefits, ingredients and/or prices of the products or services you provide? If there are no costs, what are the benefits of following your site and sharing it with friends and family?

These questions are broken up into three segments, each more difficult to answer than the previous one. These are essential steps towards creating a friendlier environment for a boost in conversions, no matter if you are working towards a better student life or provide medical or cosmetic items for sale.


Be Predictable & user-friendly

Believe it or not, people like predictability and familiarity in the websites they visit. Choosing to experiment with your layout and provide a “unique browsing experience” might not be a good idea if you are aiming to boost your conversions.


Taking a look at what your competitors are doing (based on your particular niche) is a good idea to get a grasp on how to better optimize your navigation layout for faster browsing. For example, if people expect to see a navigation bar on top with drop-down menus about college writing opportunities, why not give them that? Explore what your audience might want or even ask them outright while your site is still under construction.


Visual and textual consistency

Keeping your pages consistent throughout the website is an essential step in attracting more conversions. People who see the effort you put into their ease of navigation and visual consistency will love to come back again and again, even bringing their friends with them. This often means that you will have to do a complete check on every piece of graphics you have on your site and make sure that the colors match up and create a visual hierarchy among them.


Also worthy of note is the written content you have featured on your site using a writing service or creating it yourself. Checking for grammar errors, formatting problems, and hidden backlinks or advertisements can easily be done by getting some essay paper help online and talking to a professional. People in the online writing industry will have far more insight into how your site should be optimized for better reading and SEO optimization.




The least possible number of clicks

A simple psychological exercise with your development team will give you a good idea of how a user might feel while navigating your website. If it takes more than five clicks for your visitors to make a purchase or more than three clicks to get to an article they want to read, you are doing something wrong.


An excess number of pages per website is the number one reason for so many sites failing to reach a high conversion rate. People get bored after a few clicks and go look for top writers or designers for their needs somewhere else on the web. Optimize your site for the fastest possible results from the point of a user and watch your conversion rates grow.


Avoid ads whenever possible

Put yourself in the shoes of your visitors and try reading a couple of your articles, navigating your site or buying something with ads constantly popping up around you. No one wants to see ads disrupt their browsing experience, especially if you want to boost conversion rates and have people come back over and over.


Putting ads neatly into sidebars, out-of-sight banners or relying on sponsored content is much more user-friendly than using popups and pushing people to read pointless ads. These ads are essential in keeping your site alive, no matter if you sell food products, research papers or something third. However, your job is also to make these ads as least intrusive as possible when the general public is concerned.


Adapt for mobile

Lastly, optimizing your site through responsive design and making sure that as many people can access it as possible is a sure way to boost conversions. Some people use their mobile and tablet devices to browse the internet without even thinking about a desktop computer.


Use responsive design in order to make sure that your site can be accessed through multiple devices and seen in its original form nevertheless. This will also increase your SERP ranking and SEO, bringing in more people organically without relying on external marketing or backlinks.


In summation

Whenever you think about implementing a new ad system on your site or adding a new design layer to the existing layout, just ask yourself what your customers would do. This should give you a clearer picture of whether or not an option will make their lives more difficult or easier, subsequently affecting your conversion rates in the process.


Do whatever you can to encourage people to come back to your site through original content and services but pay attention to their habits and expectations as well. Combining these two elements in a healthy balance is the key to success when conversions and retention are concerned.


Author Bio: Angela Baker is a freelance writer who is seeking to discover new ways for personal and professional growth. Currently she`s working in Best Essay Education company and trying to improve herself in the blogging career. Angela is an experienced and self-driven specialist who cannot imagine her life without writing.

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IPhone 8 Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8–Which One to Pick?

You might be thinking about getting either iPhone 8 or Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and you are not able to decide because you don’t have complete information about the specifications of the phones. The best way to know which offers you value for money is to compare features included particularly the camera and security.

Here is a comparison that will help you to easily choose between the iPhone 8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8.



From the iPhone 7, the iPhone 8 is a better deal as it comes with modest enhancements. It features two 12-megapixel rear-facing cameras, one with a telephoto aperture of f/2.8 and the other at f/1.8. It also comes with a fast and larger sensor that makes low-light results better and the snaps speedier. It offers spot-on exposure even when lighting is inconsistent. On the other end, the Galaxy Note 8 offers 12MP dual rear cameras of f/2.4 and f/1.7 aperture. It allows you to do optical zoom and portrait shots. So, which of the two wins when you take the camera as the sole comparing factor? This comes as a draw.



The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 features the Exynos 8895 chip for some parts of the world and the Qualcom Snapdragon 835 for other parts. In both cases, the phone is a complete powerhouse. With the 6GB RAM, the phone runs smoothly. It also looks like Apple might come with a commanding lead when you consider the performance of the iPhone 8. The A11 Bionic chip used on the iPhone 8 is a complete upgrade from the A10 Fusion chip that powered the iPhone 7. The iPhone 8 is more powerful and it performs better at multitasking.


The first thing you probably will look at before picking either the iPhone 8 or the Galaxy Note 8 is the design. On the iPhone, there is no much difference from its predecessors when you consider looks, but there is some little addition to the glass backing that replaced the aluminum finish. The upgrade is slick but the look and feel is generally the same as before. If you jump on to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s look, it offers an almost all-screen design that leaves thin bezels at the bottom and top. It looks striking, so if this is your consideration before picking one of the two, the winner obviously is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Battery and perks

One of the benefits of the iPhone 8 is the wireless charging system, which Apple embraced starting with the iPhone 8 Plus. However, it seems it’s not that special in this battle as the Note 8 also uses such a charging system. Both rely on a Qi coil for charging, which means you can use any pad that is compatible to charge your phone. Additionally, the phones come with fast charging capabilities, but on durability of power the iPhone seems to score better. The efficient operating system of the iPhone 8 is the contributing factor to achieving higher battery life.

Other features you might want to consider when comparing the two is ease of navigation. You will find that the Galaxy Note 8 comes with the S Pen, which adds a productive boost for users of power. The Galaxy Note 8 has also scored better when it comes to supporting Gear VR and DeX Station dock, which are not possible on the iPhone 8. Of course the iPhone 8 wins on storage as it offers both 64GB and 256 GB models with options for expandable storage. The Galaxy Note 8 comes with only 64GB storage with micro SD expandable capability.

About the author: Noelle Neff is a professional photographer covering niche markets. She graduated from the University of Miami and is based in the same city. Noelle Neff is also a renowned blogger on topics such as photography and travel. You can also find some of her shots at various online stock photo sites.
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How To Make Social Networks and Blogs Help Your Business Development

The modern-day marketing scene is nothing like what it used to be just a stone’ throw of years back. Nowadays, it’s all about SEO, keywords, backlinks, and content marketing. More so than these aspects, it’s also about social networks and blogging.

However, many businesses are struggling to see how these social networks, and blogs, are able to help their business develop and, therefore, expand, helping them to become increasingly successful. Today, we’re going to explore several ways these platforms can help you transform your business into something amazing.

Drive Traffic

Let’s start simple. Utilising social networks and blogging platforms within your business is going to help you drive traffic to your business’s website. To achieve this, you need to consider how people go about actually finding your business. More often than not, users will use a search engine, such as Google.

If you’ve got good SEO practices in play, you’ll hopefully come up near the top of the page. However, if you’re not, you need to think of other ways to attract an audience. By posting content marketing blogs onto your blog, and then sharing these blogs on your social media profiles, you can dramatically boost your incoming traffic rates.

Ruth Wright, a business developer for Best Australian Writers, explains;

Posting on a blog will also help you to boost your SEO ranking since each blog is an indexed page. This will, again, boost your website traffic through both the search engines and through your social media profiles. The more traffic you have, the more leads you’ll have. The concept is that simple.”

People Trust Social Networks

I’m not saying that you’re about to go off and lie to your customers and they’ll trust you because you’re on a social network. However, internet users don’t tend to see social networks as marketing tools, but as social networks.

This means when you’re posting to your feeds for your followers to see, they are much more likely to engage and respond to your content, rather than dismissing it as an advertisement. Again, this helps to boost your website traffic tenfold.

A New Kind of Targeted Advertising

One of the best features of social networks is the fact you can customise your advertising campaigns to suit your needs. For example, are you trying to sell yoga classes to 19-25-year-old females in the downtown areas of LA? This is all very achievable through social networks and can save you a tonne of time and money when it comes to advertising.

James Perry, a professional writer and journalist for Revieweal, continues;

Targeted advertising is your best friend and one of the best ways to get your content, your posts and your business in front of your potential customers that will care about what you’ve got to offer. Master how to use this system and your business will begin to develop beyond belief.”

Becoming the Authoritative Brand

As you’re developing your business and expanding, it’s your aim to become the leading brand in your industry. To do this, you need to be the hub of information for all your clients and customers. This means answering all of your customer’s most common questions about your industry so they know if they ever have a question or query, they can come straight to you.

This is why a blog is so important as this will be your platform for answering these questions. You need to ensure that your blogs are the highest quality, have no errors or grammatical mistakes and shine out from the rest of your competition.

Quality is Essential

Hand in hand with the consideration above, the quality of your content posts is essential. You’ll need to invest real time and effort into creating the best blog posts you possibly can. If your readers are reading your posts, and they’re not up to scratch, they’ll simply dismiss your content, and you’ll have lost a potential lead.

Many businesses nowadays are turning to academic writing services since they can create high-quality articles on your behalf. The services are becoming so popular that they were recently featured on the Huffington Post in Write My Paper.

Play the Long Ball

Blog posts are equally important to your business’s development to your social networks. For example, if you upload a blog post today, you might share it on your social media profile and get, say, 100 views. That’s great, you might have generated 20 leads, and everything is looking great.

However, that blog post is now an indexed page on your website and will continue to gain traffic for as long as it’s on the internet. Over the course of a year, this blog post might have amassed over 10,000 views and generated over 2,000 leads, a figure that can’t be easily dismissed.

Author Bio: Rachel Summers is a freelance writer whose passion is helping students get the most out of their learning journey. She started out as a writer and journalist in the newspaper industry, including Revieweal, before breaking out to go freelance and follow her own passions. Her writing is designed to help you get the most out of college.
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Ultimate List of 50 Successful Blog Post Ideas to Grow in Blogospehere

Life for a blogger can be difficult sometimes. Most days, ideas come to you naturally, while other days make it impossible for you to write. If you’re struggling with ideas for your blog, consider these topics on our comprehensive list to spark your imagination.
1. ListiclesList anything you want to talk about in an easy-to-read format, with short sections, like this one.
2. How-To Posts – Describe how to create, fix, or begin a project. Use step-by-step instructions with simple language so all of your readers can understand.
3. Case Studies – Outline and review the details about a situation, process, or project for that you would like to highlight.
4. Problem and Solution Posts – In an essay format, describe a relevant problem to your audience and articulate a solution.
5. SAQ Posts As a sister post to the FAQs, the “Should Ask Questions” post outlines what people should ask but often do not in a particular situation.
6. Checklists – Much like a listicle, checklists offer even shorter sections that are easy-to-read. Using bullet points, you’re able to engage a wider audience of people who want quick information.
7. Series Posts – Create more than one post to develop a series on one overarching theme.
8. Research Posts – Conduct your own research that makes content on your blog unique and engaging. If other bloggers want to use your information, they have to give you the credit.
9. Ultimate Guides – Just like it sounds, ultimate guide posts feature detailed, comprehensive information on a topic in your niche.
10. Statistics Posts – In your research, you might want to break down your information into basic statistics that everyone can digest easily. Use a listicle or checklist format for a simple post, or offer explanations on the particular statistics you’ve constructed.
11. Definition Posts – Your niche could be complicated for some people to understand, so write posts that clearly define different parts of the subject matter.
12. Posts from YouTube Videos – Cut up your own personal YouTube video, or one that has gone viral, into screenshots that give an engaging narrative to your audience. Your well-crafted content could gain instant popularity.
13. FAQ Posts – It’s a staple for a reason—a “Frequently Asked Questions” post delivers common information that all of your followers want to know.
14. Comical (Or Not-So-Comical) Rants – Show your human side by revealing your passion in a long-winded, opinionated post. It’s a great time to express your funny or angry side.
15. “Behind the Scenes” Posts – Offer your loyal following a “day-in-the-life” type of post, which uncovers both the mundane and exciting moments of your day as you create content.
16. Inspirational Stories – Whether the post is long or short, people love to hear about others overcoming obstacles.
17. Vacation Posts – Are you taking a holiday? Bring your followers with you by describing the highlights of your trip.
18. Vulnerable Posts – This can be raw and revealing, but the goal is to let your guard down and let readers know more about you.
19. Posts Completely Off Topic – If you’re constantly churning out posts that cover only one subject, randomly insert a post on a different topic entirely. It’s a refreshing twist that can expand your following.
20. “Who’s Who” Posts – Think about the people in your area worth following, and write about them!
21. Picks of the Week – As a popular type of series post, your “picks”—movies, music, food, etc.—create an anticipating vibe that make readers come back for more.
22. Posts About Quotes – Share your most favorite and relevant quotes from influential people.
23. Profile Highlights – Write about someone influential who you feel deserves the spotlight.
24. Interview Posts – Describe a conversation you had with a noteworthy person, whether you talked by phone, email, or face-to-face.
25. Crowdsourced Posts – Gather multiple influential people together and have them concisely answer a question.
26. “Best of…” Reviews – Discuss your top choice about a certain product, service, or hot topic. Check out this example.
27. Productive Tips – Inform your audience on ways that they can make their lives better.
28. Income Reports – No one can resist the details of somebody’s personal or company budget.
29. Company Updates – If you have a business blog, make sure to tell readers about any new key information.
30. Posts to Showcase Projects – Why not let others see all that you’ve accomplished? Show off your exemplary pieces for the world to see.
31. Survey Posts – After surveying people on a particular topic, outline the results.
32. Product Comparison Posts – Compare your products’ capabilities so that you can offer competitive solutions.
33. Product Updates – Promote your new product and notify your readers about how it better functions.
34. Debate Posts – Create a post where you engage your readers in a debatable topic. Offer a counterpoint yourself or from another blogger.
35. “What If” Posts – Write a speculative post on an intriguing or popular situation.
36. Predictions – If you combine the “What If” and debate post concepts, a prediction post could conjure up a lively response from readers.
37. Reaction Posts – Use your platform to react to hot-topic content already created by other bloggers.
38. Attack Posts – This one isn’t always recommended, as it evokes a lot of anger, but you could call someone out if you’re enraged.
39. News Posts – Be timely and well informed—your readers would enjoy a truthful take on real-world events.
40. Meme Posts – As a humorous piece, this post could involve popular visual content that goes viral across the web.
41. Parodies – Get your imitation game-face on with these posts. You could create a hit with posing as celebrities or other influential mass-media individuals.
42. Cartoon Posts – As a developed series, your humor can come alive through these visual posts.
43. Satire Posts – Another option with comedy involves using irony or extreme exaggeration for your content.
44. Trends Posts – Are you a trend-setter blogger? Keep your readers in-the-know with posts about the latest trends.
45. Challenges – Playful and daring, you could easily give your audience a challenge that could promote them to foster better habits or broaden their perspective.
46. Contests – They are a fun option when you want to reward your readers for their loyal following.
47. Freebies – Everybody likes free! Gain followers and embrace the joy of giving here.
48. Local Reviews – Become a self-proclaimed critic of local restaurants or popular movies in your nearby theater.
49. Entertaining Stories – Instead of inspiring, this type of story is for entertainment purposes only. Ensure readers are engaged by using plenty of relatable description!
50. Goodbye Posts – Whenever you need to take a break from posting, or you decide to quit your blog altogether, you must inform your readers about it. This way, you don’t just leave them hanging.

With all these different types of blog posts, there has to be one you can now choose from and write about. Perhaps all you need is a touch of humor for your personal blog, or more instruction for your technical website. Whatever the case, you will surely be able to write about something now that you have this ultimate list of blog post ideas.

Author Bio: Justin is a teacher from Leicester, England, UK. When not teaching his little students and rooting for Leicester FC, he loves to share his thoughts and opinions about education, writing and blogging with other people on different blogs and forums. Currently, he is working as an editor at the writing service Bestdissertation. Follow Justin on Facebook and Twitter.
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