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What to Blog About? 125 Blog Post Ideas to Consider Writing About Next

Have you ever stared at the screen, not knowing what to blog about? Your mind has gone blank, and you have no idea what blog posts to write next.

Don’t worry. It’s called writer’s block, and it happens to the best of us.

It’s usually a temporary issue, and ideas will eventually come rushing back; however, sometimes, the problem can persist, and staring at the blank screen can become a regular occurrence.

When this happens, what you need is a jump start for your mind, and that’s what this article is about to give you.

You’re going to get 125 blog post ideas for multiple niche markets and learn techniques that can help you develop ideas whenever you need them. 

They will get your creative brain flexing and help you to develop hundreds of blog post ideas.

That sound good?

Great, let’s get started.

Blog Posts To Inspire People

You can use these blog post ideas whenever you want to inspire your audience. 

Teaching and Educational Blog Posts Ideas

According to TechJury, the e-learning market will be worth a whopping 325 billion by 2025. This prediction proves people are searching online to learn, and the following posts’ ideas are great for teaching and educational purposes.

Blog Posts About Your Blogging Success

You have a blog, so you probably have the experience and skills that you can write up in a blog post. Below are a few ideas to get you started.

What To Blog About As A Teenager (or for teenagers)

Quick grab a teenager now while they still know everything! This old joke still rings true today, and while you may think teenagers can blog about anything (because they know everything, yeah?), there are still some blog posts that suit them more than others.

Here are a few suggestions.

Light-Hearted Blog Post Ideas

Light-hearted blog posts can break up your usual niche content. It’s a great way to add a bit of fun and humor to your blog.

What To Blog About As A Tradesperson?

Tradespeople start blogs but tend to run out of ideas because they think it’s only actual step-by-step guides that their audience is looking for, but this simply isn’t true.

There are many other things you can blog about, and below is a few ideas to get you started.

Bizarre Blog Posts

Bizarre blog posts make for fascinating reading and can get some big traffic numbers if you write them well.

Business Blog Post Ideas

If you run your own business, you may be wondering what to write about on your blog. Take a look at the following blog ideas for inspiration.

High Demand Blog Topics

The blog post ideas are suitable for a wide variety of blogs. They are high-demand blog topics and are responsible for blog posts that can go viral.

Personal Finance Niche

Personal finance is a hot topic, and you can create some articles that could drive substantial traffic numbers to your blog. Below are a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing.

Relationship Niche

There are hundreds of angles to approach the relationship niche, and when it comes to writing blog posts, your options are endless. 

Here are a few examples.

Personal Development Niche

Arguably the most prominent niche of them all. The more you read on the subject, the more ideas you get for writing blog posts. I have listed a few below.

Health Niche

Another massive niche market with a never-ending stream of articles to write about. There will always be new health food, viruses, or health kick on the horizon, bringing many topics to discuss.

Here are some ideas to get you started.

Pet Niche

How many of us have a pet?

Millions of us and most of us are looking for advice and tips online about a specific pet. You have numerous options to create blog posts on your blog, and I have listed some below.

Food Niche

The food blogging niche is massive and produces some high traffic numbers. So if you’re struggling to come up with article ideas, don’t give up because there are hundreds of blog topics to create an article around.

Take a look at the examples below.

Other Ways To Find Blog Post Ideas

Buzz Sumo

Buzz Sumo is an online tool that shows how many shares and likes a particular website or blog post has received. 

If you enter a website in your preferred market, you will see data for social media interaction and blog posts within that topic. You get data from the leading social media accounts and an overall total.

Using BuzzSumo is a great way to uncover niche content to write for your blog. In addition, it’s an excellent way to make sure there’s a demand for your topic.

AI Software

You can use AI software tools to uncover some great blog topics. Software such as Ahrefs and Rank IQ are two great options to help you find topics and keywords to target for your blog posts.

All you need to do is enter your keyword or related website, and the tools do their magic and throw out some interesting data.


If you’re struggling to find ideas to create an article, take a walk down the magazine aisle in a supermarket.

You will notice magazines for hundreds of different topics and interests.

Find one related to the niche you are targeting and look at the headlines on the front cover. These headlines have been crafted by copywriters who have already done the research, and they know that these are the topics people are interested in.

Don’t copy the headlines, of course, but it’s not hard to create your version of the headline and write a blog post about the subject the headline is targeting.

You can also view magazines online.

Social Media

Visit social media sites and search groups and pages for any interests and hobbies you have. You can join groups and read what other people with similar interests ask the group to help them with.

You’ll be amazed how a conversation someone has can set off a light bulb idea for you to create an article.

Keyword Tools

Keyword tools are still a great way to find keywords that you can use to create an article. Tools like Google’s keyword planner or Longtail pro are good options to consider.

Enter your keywords into the tools and see what words the software finds you.

Here’s a great article on finding low competition keywords, which will help you find keywords to create an article about and keywords that are easier to rank in the search engines.

Related Searches

Another simple way to find possible blog topics to write about is to take notice of the related searches displayed on Google.

If you enter a keyword into Google and scroll down to the bottom, you will see the related search suggestions.

For example, the image above displays the related searches for ‘trendy watches.’ I can see eight associated searches on the list that you could turn into articles straight away.

Answer the Public

Answer the public will provide you with ideas and keyword questions for what people ask about on a particular topic.

An excellent way to use this tool to find blog article ideas is to enter a keyword for a broad niche market.

When I entered “Weight Loss,” it displayed a massive wheel with the keyword in the middle and lots of spokes coming off it with different keywords related to the broad topic I entered.

Once I clicked the data, I received many tables with keywords in them, like below:

The above is the first six boxes of data, and already there are ideas to create blog posts.

There are 30 more boxes I haven’t looked at yet, and that’s just for just one keyword!

Email Lists

If you sign up to the email list for the leading authority figures in the niche market you’re targeting, you will receive emails that you can use as inspiration to create your blog posts.

Many website owners will send an email as soon as a new blog post is published on their website. They also tend to be on top of the popular trends for the niche.

Sign up to as many as you can and use the information to come with ideas for you to write about on your blog

Time To Decide What To Blog About

You now have a wealth of information, advice, and tips to help you find content topic ideas to create articles on your website.

If you follow the advice in this article, you can have hundreds of content ideas nailed down within a day. No more staring at the screen, wondering what to write.

All you need to do is decide what to blog about, using the information you have in front of you.

Set aside a few hours, grab yourself a pen and paper, create a spreadsheet, and get to work.

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