If you're like most businesses, you will have a blog on your website. (And if you don’t, you really should.)
There are many great reasons to have a blog, but one of the best is lead generation. This usually consists of a form at the end of each post that encourages the reader to leave their email address in return for a free report, a newsletter, blog updates, etc.
If you’re doing this, fantastic: your blog is an effective place to generate sign-ups.
People are reading the content because they find it valuable in some way, and that means there's a chance they will want to sign up for more of the same.
But there's a problem.
Successful blogging is all about coming up with ideas. Lots of them.
What is there to write about? What would people actually want to read that you could possibly write?
I won't lie: getting started can be tough.
But the truth is, once you get going, the ideas start flowing. I've currently got a folder of blog writing ideas in my Evernote account that just keeps on expanding, and for every blog I write, I add five new ideas.
You can easily find a continuous stream of ideas by being proactive. And that means spending a little bit of time – but not a lot – searching for ideas in the right places.
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