Getting Content Ideas for your Next Post
Another WA member reached out to me recently to ask for guidance on how to get content ideas for their website. He is promoting WA on his site and feels stuck in terms of content. Here's what I wrote to him. I though I'd share it with the rest of the community as I found it useful for myself. Some of it you'd already know from the training.
First Start with Reviews. You can do reviews of WA but also of other programs. (http://www.ripoffreport.com/ is a good place to look for different programs online). With reviews you can promote WA as your #1 recommendation in comparison to some other program. But you can still have an affiliate link to the other program that you are comparing WA to as well, in case your reader still decides to go with that one instead of WA. That way you win either way they go.
Second, what I do for content ideas is to think about my personal journey - what were some of the reasons that caused me to start an online business? What were some of the challenges I faced in starting - e.g. what niche to pick or how to write content, what affiliate programs to join? Etc. Etc. You could easily do research and answer these questions to solve your own problem and as a bonus use the information you find to create a post. That way you win both ways (learning and content).
Third, you could model content based on the wide range of topics found here at WA. Leverage the information here. Just don't copy and paste. Write it from your own perspective and experience. You could also add a link to the content here. Just use the affiliate button at the top of each training page. That's your unique link to that specific content or training.
Fourth, you could find content ideas from just playing around with keywords. Here's a training by Kyle on that
Finding Content Ideas from Keywords
Another way to get content ideas is to follow the website/blog of someone who is successful in the business - e.g. Kyle's website http://waystoavoidscamsonline.com/ Just don't copy. Use it merely as an idea-generating or research tool.
A guide that I also use for myself is found on this post. They provide 27 content ideas for your next post - https://sugarrae.com/blogging/blog-post-ideas/
I hope this helps.