If you’re like many of our clients, you are completely on board with how important it is to keep your content fresh and relevant, so you’re blogging on a regular basis to increase your online clout. (If not… let’s talk!). But, regardless of how fantastic a writer you are, or how often you do it, you’re bound to get that dreaded writers block at some point. You know the feeling… the blank white page stares back at you… offering little but an impatient stare in return. Here’s 10 ways to get past it – and quickly – so you can get your post done and move on to bigger things:
1. Recount your week
Think back over the experiences you’ve had over the past week – meetings, presentations, conference calls, events, etc. I guarantee there’s at least one nugget of interesting content you heard or discussed. Take that one interesting piece and explain it to your audience.