So I’ve hit a blogger’s block lately and I found these four sources to be such big motivators. Each of the following has a system to generate blog ideas by simply inputting your topic of interest or just by auto-shuffling around random topics. Pretty neat!
I have used this in the past and it is quite unique. It’s a fun twist to content that you may normally find on the web. Just input a topic and I guarantee that you will laugh.
For example, I used “kids” in the blank and then, presto… “How to Fight Lex Luthor Using Only Kids.” To find out more titles, keep hitting the Refresh button. It’s hilarious!
You can’t go wrong with this marketing giant. They are experts in their industry. By entering three nouns in the blanks, your blog idea is created in seconds. For example, I entered “Christmas”, “presents”, and “kids.” I was pleasantly surprised to find not one but five great ideas at once.
10 Things Your Competitors Can Teach You About Christmas
14 Common Misconceptions About Presents
What Will Kids Be Like In 100 Years?
The Worst Advice We’ve Ever Heard About Christmas
Think You’re Cut Out For Doing Presents? Take This Quiz
Not bad, huh?
This idea generator was created with bloggers in mind. And everyone knows that we can fall into a rut once in a while. With their easy-to-use interface, simply input your topic in the blank and hit the Next button. If you want more titles, just keep hitting the Refresh button.
I entered “kids” again as the topic and then I had an option to fill in more blanks. The title created for me was “How to Create a _______ In Minutes.” This will definitely get your creative juices flowing in the right direction.
This one is perfect for parents. There are two options:
- Input your own topic in the blank
- Get random titles by hitting the Refresh button
My idea was “What ya got in your purse? Empty it and tell it’s story.”
TMB is a great site full of many useful information other than the BlogATron 2000. Check them out!
Now let’s get back to blogging!
A bird doesn't sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song. - Maya Angelou