Topics for blogs and posts if you have run out of ideas

11 min read
10 July 2019

Inspiration is a complicated thing, that’s why we are hurrying to help you as usual. After all, if not us, then who else will take care of your content. We have compiled some ideas for you, which will help almost in any situation.

By the way, all these topics can be used just for posts as well, if you have run out of your drafts and stocks.

Stories of success

It is the best topic ever. People never get tired of reading about how other people overcome difficulties rising up to happiness, money, and love. Motivate your followers — they need it 24/7.

Where to find: Nick Vujicic

Tony Robbins

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“Your BUSINESS is an extension of your identity. This program is the result of my own journey…” . Today was Day 1 of #BUSINESSMASTERY in West Palm Beach where 2,500 #ENTREPRENEURS from around the world gather to learn from each other and transform their businesses in 5-days of total immersion. It’s business #BOOTCAMP!! . I’m bringing you the best of what I’ve learned — a culmination of decades of distinctions — simplifying the strategies of the smartest, most successful minds in business. . As we get going this week, remember that LIFE PRODUCES EXTRAORDINARY REWARDS FOR THOSE WHO GIVE IN EXTRAORDINARY WAYS‼️ . What are you here to GIVE? Keep tagging your posts with #BusinessMastery — we love seeing this week through your eyes!! ? . ?: @millakuhto

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Eric Thomas

How to earn on high-quality content

Can you feel your heart stop and you lose your breath for a while? So, your audience will feel the same. Long ago the world divided into two camps: some people would not believe that it is possible to earn legally on the internet, others are more or less successful in earning this way. Both will willingly read your blog and cite you. And how nice and interesting your comments will be, mmm… sounds like a dream!

Where to find: Robert Kiyosaki

Brian Tracy


Pictures, memes, anecdotes, funny stories. Everybody likes laughing. But now it is really hard to joke on the Internet without risk of offending someone. So, try to be careful with the “dangerous” topics on equality, gender issues, rights, and politics.

Where to find: Julio Janpierre

Arron Crascall

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The MONA PIZZA……. ???

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Celeste Barber

About relationships

What can be more interesting than the union of two hearts? Invite psychologists to work together on your blog, interview them and share their expert opinions on infidelity, jealousy and other “pleasures” of relationships.

However, be careful talking about sex, we warned of new Facebook rules in this respect not long ago.

Where to find: Pepper Schwartz

Emily Nagoski

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NECRWA is one of the most fun conferences I've been to. I was sad to miss it last year and I'm so, so excited to present this workshop this year! #RepostSave @necrwa ・・・ This workshop is for any writer who has felt overwhelmed and exhausted by everything they had to do, yet still worried they were not doing “enough.” The villain in our story is something @enagoski calls “Human Giver Syndrome,” which insists we "owe it" to our loved ones and (even to ourselves) to be pretty, happy, calm, generous, and attentive to the needs of others, no matter the cost to our well-being. Is there a way to be deeply invested in our loved ones’ happiness, and still have enough energy to keep our creative juices flowing? Can we help keep others warm, without setting ourselves on fire? Yes. With the support of each other and four decades of science, each attendee will leave this workshop with a plan and a new vocabulary for sustaining their own well-being. Emily Nagoski is the co-author, with her twin sister, of "Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle" and author of the award-winning New York Times bestseller "Come As You Are: The Surprising New Science That Will Transform Your Sex Life." She has a Ph.D. in Health Behavior and a M.S. in Counseling. She also writes romance as Emily Foster, including the erotic romance duology "How Not to Fall" and "How Not to Let Go." More on our NECRWA's full conference line-up at … . . #amwriting #amediting #amwritingromance #authorlife #authorsofinstagram #authorsofig #writerslife #writersofinstagram #writersofig #romancenovel #readromance #bookstagram #bookish

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What can be better than a series? Only a new series. This is a good and inexhaustible topic. The most important thing is to break up fans in time to avoid fights. The fans of The Handmaid’s Tale are just waiting for the opportunity to blow off steam, and the fans of Game of Thrones are very tired of waiting the winter to come and are thirsting for justice.

Where to find: Elisabeth Moss

Millie Bobby Brown

Healthy lifestyle

It is always a hot topic. In this case, you have to become a “many handed Shiva” immediately to post on many subtopics simultaneously: cardio and strength workouts, stretching, nutrition, vitamins, coaches. And “hungry” commenters will be waiting for your each and every post (and sometimes the word “hungry” should be understood literally because some people really suffer living a healthy lifestyle), and most often they do not agree with you on all issues.

Where to find:

Home Workouts For You

Ruba Ali

Kaisa Keranen

Blog about blogs

If people like your posts, they trust you. Users often do not know what else to read or who else to follow, that’s why feel free to recommend them interesting blogs. Why not occupy this niche?

We recommend you to start earning immediately by getting asking for money, barter, and advertising in return from those whom you will post about.

Where to find: Bingo! We have not found any blogs like this, or they are hidden very well. Hurry up and occupy this niche.

Book reviews

If you like reading, it is a good way to produce content non-stop. And if you become partners with a book shop, you will make additional money with the partnership program or at least read novelty books for free.

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About food

This is forever a safe bet. Notwithstanding humankind has progressed so much, our basic necessities are strong like never before.

You can just post pictures of lasagnas and cakes, interesting recipes and kitchen utensils reviews. In this case, the main thing is visual components. Pictures must look “juicy” and “appetizing” because in the era of social media we “eat” with our eyes more and more often.

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Michelle Tam

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On our last full day in Le Marche, we chilled by the sea! ??⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ We visited Torre di Palme, a cute medieval village, before driving to the coast of Conero for lunch. We saw more tourists today then I’ve seen all week—but nothing compared to what we’ll see in Rome next week! ?⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ For lunch, I enjoyed some fantastic #glutenfree seafood at La Torre while we watched the paddle boarders on the sea. (Descriptions of all the dishes are in my IG stories today!)⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ After lunch, we said goodbye to my sister and brother-in-law before heading to the famous pilgrimage site of the Basilica of Loreto. We’ll miss Fiona and Chris so much, but I’m so glad we were able to share this wonderful trip together!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Tomorrow, we head to Rome for sightseeing and eats! Wish me luck on finding good gluten-free eats because the planning of this leg of the trip is all up to me! ? Please give me your recs in the comments down below! ⁣ ⁣ #nomnomeatsItaly

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Jamie Oliver

Wandson Lisboa

To be continued. Without fail.