OK, so it seemed like a great idea to start a blog…at first. The weeks went by and the blog looked great! Then it dawned upon me I’d used up all my ideas and run out of creative steam for developing new blog posts without going wildly off topic! Has this ever happened to you?
I decided to brainstorm some invigorating inspiration to keep my creative juices flowing so I have years of exciting blog posts within me, no longer a rather dry well of staleness! How can I write continually inspired material for my blog?
Well, here are some ideas I have put together and feel free to refer back to this list time and again to keep your own blog growing. It might be a good time now to consider an exit strategy for yourself so you aim to sell your blog within the next six months. Then your hard work will not go to waste, someone will be glad to buy a mature blog, you’ll make a profit and best of all, you’ll be able to take all your blogging experience and apply it to a new topic which you find interesting now.
Never feel a blog is for life: it’s not a dog! Sure, you do need to take your blog for daily walkies, but unlike a dog, you need feel no guilt by putting it up for sale – keep the break unemotional by planning ahead for your latest new blog! You can sell blogs at performancing, flippa, sitepoint and digitalpoint – just look in the search engines for these, check them out and get some ideas for selling your blog at some point in the future.
A blog is a valuable piece of virtual real estate. Someone will pay good money for your blog! Why? Because buying a blog cuts out the hard work of setting one up and getting it to a state of relative maturity. So plan ahead and see how much saleable value you can apply to your blog – page rank is a huge benefit, along with a low Alexa ranking, lots of returning visitors, conversations taking place in the comments, a community feel, profitable advertising, a brand, great content, good respected reputatio