Tell the readers something about you, your life, your new book promotions or your last job, and the advantages and disadvantages of being who you are. Keep it brief, just to let them know that you are not a drooling idiot mashing at the keys with the palms of your hands.
Don’t link to other sites it’s annoying. Do not write on the same theme each week. This risks boring the readers.
There are many types of articles to write on a blog. Try an informative blog post which explains how to do something. If you have specialised knowledge, then spread it around on your blog. A blog post that is informative, that deals with current life or news issues, can be used to create a buzz.
Blog about an opinion. It is a type of article that is very interesting and highly sought after, especially by people on the Internet who read them before making a purchase. Books with more good reviews online sell better online than books that are not commented on.
Try doing a few lists. It is a tool widely used by bloggers. This type of article is to make a selection and produce a list, such as the top horror films of all times.
Try case studies which focus upon the examination of a specific topic; explaining it or expanding upon it. There is also the profile study, which is a case study focused on one person or personality. Why not try to pick out the lie “tells” on a TV interview and write about them.
Link articles are another option. A link article gives a list of interesting links on a particular topic or to a video example. You could write blogs/articles on problems, such as common ones in certain cars, or certain faults with current phone technology programming, or a new virus checker update that doesn’t work.
Try a comparative blog, where you compare two options. This can be anything from comparing two theological ideas, two moral ideas or two lawn mowers.
What about trying an inspiring blog? Write an article about a story that happened to you, or write about your passion and inspire your visitors to do the same. Pass your passion on. Your visitors will be more inclined to return to your blog if you share their interests.
If you are stuck for ideas, then try a hypothetical, like “what would the world be like if all the bees did die off?”
Have a go at a parody or satirical blog. You can make a critique of a policy, product, or person.
Keep it funny and people will come back for more.