Daniel Dulake: Content Ideas for Your Blog or YouTube

December 10, 2019

Daniel Dulake On Ways to Come up with New Content Ideas

Welcome to Daniel Dulake's blog. Daniel Dulake and Web Digital put together a bunch of passionate minds to transform your visions into reality imparting an awesome digital experience for users. In today's blog, Daniel Dulake shares tricks to quickly generate creative content ideas for your blog or YouTube. Read on to learn more so you never have to worry about that nagging creative block again.
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1. Consider the Content You Already Create

To start, think about the content you’re producing now and how it resonates with your audience. Do they enjoy your posts or videos? If so, consider creating similar content in the future. If not, you may want to go in another direction.

Create a list of the top five to ten subjects you write about and see which ones perform best. Write those down. Think about what content your audience wants to consume and eliminate any subjects that don’t work well for content creation or audience demands. Then mind map each broad topic to come up with the specific subject matter.

2. Mind Mapping

Once you have your list of top-performing subjects, spend some time brainstorming on each one, focusing on why, what, where, when, and how.

Take Advantage of Keyword Tools

These marketing tools will be incredibly helpful to you in sourcing content for your blog or YouTube and can save you a lot of brainstorming time. Many keyword tools, such as these, are even free!

3. Keyword Tool

Have you ever typed something into the Google or YouTube search bar and watched the autofill search suggestions pop up? It’s a good idea to make note of autofill search suggestions across various platforms. Rather than having multiple tabs open during this research process, the Keyword Tool can help you simplify things by providing one place that conducts all of these searches for you.

4. Ask Your Audience

Seriously. Sometimes the easiest and most direct way of doing things is the best way. Ask your audience what they want. If you already have some followers, you should be able to come up with a handful of ideas that are guaranteed to make at least one person in your audience happy. You can ask your audience through a platform like SurveyMonkey.

5, Topic-Generator & Content-Analyzer Platforms

If you’re still stuck, it could be a good idea to try out one of the many topic-generator platforms out there.
  • HubSpot’s Blog Idea Generator
  • Namelix
While you might struggle to come up with ideas every now and then, there’s no need to quit blogging or creating videos when you have solid tips and resources like these. If basic brainstorming isn’t working out, the Internet is full of inspiration and tools that can help.

What are your favorite tips to generate content ideas for your blog or YouTube?

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