Ride The Google Wheel For Blog Post Inspiration
This first guest post for this wonderful community of Blog Interact I wanted to write a post on Google, I hope you find it helpful and inspiring!
At some point or other as a writer/blogger we will all hit a brick wall and just cannot thrash out an article no matter how much we try and we can all get frustrated, irritable and restless. I for one suffer from this affliction a great deal!
I know that I need to keep writing posts at least once a week which is why I opted to turn my own blog into a multi author blog to take the pressure off, that however doesn’t mean that I should give up writing posts!
So what can we do about this then? I believe we all have our own ways of overcoming this terrible problem for me I just think of a subject to write about, fire up MS Word and start writing what enters this head of mine, of course my way is not the easiest to do but it gets the job done and fast and I usually start getting into a flow of writing after a few mins! Others however turn to other blog posts on the subject looking for inspiration which can be time consuming! Now however I have opted to carrying a little notebook with me so that when a tasty little morsel enters my head I just jot it down!
There is however a little known tool that Google has come out with that they call “The Wonder Wheel”. This is a very useful tool for us bloggers as not only does it provide you with tasty little morsels of inspiration for your posts, it also provides you with lots of very relevant LTK’s for your article!
This was introduced in 2009 and we think it was named after the Famous Ferris Wheel on Coney Island of the same name! Wikipedia describes The Google Wonder Wheel as an application which
“Provides the user with a flash based interface having the searched query in the middle and the related queries at its branches. The text based results are still available but shifted rightwards. As the user clicks on the related query, the wonder wheel expands and the results at the right hand side of the page changes. The main aim of the wonder wheel is to guide the user to reach to the relevant resource in an intuitive manner.” (Wikipedia)
So how do you find this wonderful tool and how do you use it? Well for reasons of this post I ran a search on Google for Blog inspiration and this is what I came up with:
So what do you guys think then? Cool tool hey! Not only can it find you sites there on the right but it also proved you with material for your post as well as providing you with long tail keywords for your Blog Post to use as Tags and keywords to enter in the keyword field of your post!
Over to you! What tools do you use for overcoming writers block? Are there any other tips you may have for blog post inspiration! Is there anything you agree or disagree with me in this post? I would love your thoughts! – Phillip Dews
About The Author
Phillip Dews is a Blogger, eBook Author and Website/App Developer from the UK. Phillip set-up Internet Marketing 101 in April 2010 but changed to TheEpicBlog in April 2011, which has now progressed into a multi-author blog. The Epic Blog's core value is to provide Free, Reliable, and Honest Advice, tips and inspiration when it comes to Internet/Affiliate Marketing, SEO, Making Money Online and Building a Blogging Business. Phillip has also written 3 books on the subject that are available for free on the blog! Connect with Phill at Blog Interact, Twitter @SocialPhill, Facebook and at WEBDEV dESIGN.
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