Friday, January 25, 2019

Inside-Out Thinking for Blog Post Writing



Inside-out Thinking Definition

Means your focus is on processes, systems, tools and products that are designed and implemented based on internal thinking and intuition. 


Here are 7 thoughts using inside-out thinking for your blog post writing:

1. Don't Live in Your News Feed

We all love to follow popular blogs and websites, but it doesn't mean you have to live it every day. Keep your thoughts and comments fresh by not living in your news feed.

2. Convey Authentic Thoughts Frequently

New blog posts are being written all of the time, making it difficult to convey originality.  It's easier to use another persons thoughts than your own.  Start taking notes and brain storming, you might be surprised how good those ideas really are.

3. Link to Like-Minded Bloggers More Often

If you're using other peoples website links for content curation don't keep going back to the same bloggers.  Dig out as many new blogs and websites as you can to make your linking as diverse as possible.

4. If a Topic is Trending, Give it a Week Before You Publish Your Own Thoughts

When a topic is trending it doesn't mean people are necessarily listening.  Let the dust settle before you start talking about it.

5. Be as Authentic as You Can Be

Don't look to others all of the time, choose a topic, or something that really interests you, and start talking about it.

6. Don't Be Boxed In

Don't be afraid to mess up if you're taking on a difficult subject.  At least the results will be real.

7. Don't Worry About What Other Bloggers Think

If your blog ranks high in search engines and you're blog isn't included on the list of top bloggers.  Don't worry about it, your readers know who you are, and that's what really matters.

Make a change this week, start living outside of your comfort zone.  It's time to take charge and let your blogging voice be heard.

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