How do you choose a blog topic that’d spike up comments?
Have you ever visited top blogs like Copyblogger and Problogger?
If you’ve once visited both blogs, you’ll notice that they’ve bunch blog comments on each of their blog post.
How did they create posts that SPARK COMMENTS?
That’s what I’ll reveal in this article.
I’ll show you how to choose a topic to write about on your blog–that’ll help you build an active audience and put you on the path to reaching your blogging goals…
Only choose a topic you’re passionate about.
If you really want to build an ever active community around your blog, you need to at least, publish 1 content on your blog daily.
Problogger and Copyblogger publish 1-2 content daily on their blog. You need to keep your content fresh, and your site updated–which means you need to consistently update your blog with quality contents.
To achieve this, you must choose a topic you truly enjoy and feel passionate about.
Otherwise, you’ll find it hard to come up with post ideas—which may affect your blog negatively.
Pro tip: build a blog that revolves around your interest and hobby.
Choose a blog topic you enjoy researching
Personally, I love making research on topics related to social media, online marketing, SEO, guest blogging, and reputation management.
In fact, I don’t dare create a post that doesn’t revolve around these topics. Why? Because I enjoy making research on them.
The only thing that can help you build a successful blog, is your ability to provide fresh, meaningful content about variety of topics.
In order for your blog to be successful, you need to enjoy reading and keeping up with news or current events revolving around your niche. That’s the best way to stand out from your competitors..
Choose a topic that won’t cause ‘’CRISIS’’.
Oh! Did I just say that?
Well, YES. As your blog grows in leaps and bounds, more and more people are apt to not agree with you.
In fact, some may personally attack you–so be careful not to choose a blog topic you’re not overly sensitive about.
You also need to have a strong heart to oppose negative opinions.
What do you think?
Did I miss anything? Let me know your views and suggestions