Before I answer that question, let me tell you how this post came to be. Where do you dig up your post ideas? For me, this post had its genesis as a result of an email I recently sent to one of our real estate website clients and Iowa City real estate agent Toni Rubin. Toni had a question about writing content for a blog page she was creating for her new Iowa City Blog Dakno designed and built for her.
Turn Your Blog Green! Recycle Emails Into Blog Posts!
How about you? Have you ever recycled an email and turned it into a blog post? If you haven't, you should! I suggest you take a peek in your sent folder of your email client and find that email you constantly use to answer the same question over and over again. You may discover the best post you may ever write has already been written! It's just sitting in your sent folder of your email client dying to be shared with your prospects, past clients, and current clients.
Get the Google Juice!
That way everyone can benefit from the information. Plus, you gain the benefit (Google Juice) of adding fresh, original content to your website or blog.
No More Writers Block!
Thank you Toni for being the inspiration behind this post! After reading this post, you have no more excuses about experiencing "writers block"!
Now Back to the Topic at Hand - Posts That Provide ALL the Answers!
One importanrt concept to note about creating content whether it’s for a blog or a website, be sure your post or article answers these important questions:
- The what
- The who
- The why
- The when
- The where
- The how
I'm Just a Tease!
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