Now that my launch of 57 Secrets for Branding Yourself Online is starting to pick up steam, I’m going to be uploading videos that share tastes of what you can find inside the book. In this speech recently done off-the-cuff at my Toastmaster club, I talk about three ways you […]
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I was watching Tuesday’s episode of the Craig Ferguson show on TiVo the other day and in answer to one of the Tweets/Emails he suggested someone buy his girlfriend a diamond. And this got me to remembering an incident I had when my Mom and I visited Maryland to check […]
I trust you’ve heard the phrase, “there’s nothing new under the sun”? Well that couldn’t be more true than it is for article marketing. And the thing is, to really gain the benefits of this tactic, you need to write a lot of articles.
So why not jump start your process with a little help from those who have blazed the trail before you? Here are a few ways to find inspiration for your own articles.
One way I use to find ongoing inspiration is to set up a Google Alert for my selected key words and key word phrases. When setting up yours, be sure to make them a comprehensive search so you’ll receive inspiration from all over the web. This little tip brings inspiration directly to your email inbox on a regular basis. And you can decide if it comes in daily, weekly or even as it happens.
Keyword Phrase Research
Speaking of key words and key word phrases, you’ve done your research in that arena, right? I mean, you should never guess what people are searching with when there are plenty of key word tools you can use to uncover exactly what words and phrases they are using.
You should be using key words and phrases in your articles anyway, but also when you find those longer keyword phrases, they can inspire you with a topic — or even topics — for your articles.
Looking for a hungry target market that is ready to buy? Find key word phrases that include the following key words: “How to,” “Review” or “Tips.”