Official blog of Clark's Blogging for Journalists class, Mass Communication department
I like the one about finding a dead story and making it a new story. That's basically just and update, but that's a good post in my opinion.
The idea that I liked was to write a review over a service/product/ or experience. I feel like that is something simple and would be fun for people to read.
I liked the idea of making a Spotify playlist for your blog. Since my blog is about fitness it would be smart/cool to make a playlist that my readers could listen when to while they were working out! I think I'm going to do that!!
I liked the "tell people about your failures" idea. When I read other bloggers who mention messing up, it makes them seem more relatable than a blogger who wants to brag about themselves.
I like the idea of creating seasonal content. With the holiday season fast approaching, that gives a lot of options for creating posts that will attract readers during this time of year.
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I like the "listicles" and the "things to do before you die." Sometimes I am not in the mood to read a full article. It is just more convenient to look at lists or pictures. I also love the Spotify playlist idea. I think it helps your readers relate and understand you better.
I really liked the one that said to be interviewed by your readers. Because it makes you seem more connected and it's a great way to let them get to know you better and hopefully keep returning to read your blog.
Oh, I got lots of good ideas! I loved the one about profiling an influential figure, and the listicle one. I plan on documenting an experience for next week, but this list was very helpful. Yes, regularly posting the same things can get boring. I like the ideas, because the different formatting can change posts up in an interesting way.