Good Research Topics
Do The Research
For anyone that's writing a ton of content it can take hours to do the research behind each and every topic they're set to write about. In the general scheme of things there's always a top list of research topics, however, much like a niche, they can be refined.
I recently started writing down the topic I want to create content for and I'll pick it apart with questions about that topic and I also find others with the same interests through my topics research. This method will always produce other good research topics related to my niches.
The other day I researched about a niche I was writing a content post about and I quickly realized this is a goldmine for content writing. From my research, I was able to find so many related topics to my original niche content that I was researching.
Since I knew for a fact that I will forget the topics, I began writing them down in my notebook so I can later refer back to them when I'm looking for something to write some content about. My efforts paid off and I wound up with a list of six more ideas all related to my niche.
There was more of them, but for now six more posts is enough to keep me going for a little while until I decide I need some more ideas later on down the road. Not only did I find these topics to write about, but I discovered even more niche related products in the process.
More Product Reviews
Right away I went searching to see if I can get affiliate links for the new niche related products I had just discovered and I wound up with three more products that I can now review. The other three I will find affiliate links later or I will write articles with no links for earning money.
This wasn't done by keyword searching or Google search suggestions, this was all done by researching the product I was looking to write content about. More than one article talked of these other products that I would of never even given a thought to myself.
The best part for me is that I am already somewhat familiar with these other products from doing the research I was doing for my original post. I won't ever have an issue finding good research topics for some good content to write about.
Write Ideas On Paper
I prefer to write things down on paper, I know to some that might seem a bit old in this age of technology but I personally remember things better if I write them down. Plus there is no chance of other things on my PC to distract me from my work like other files and images.
The reason I did not do this in the past? Most of my research I was doing right from the source of the products themselves. Some of what I promote are not tangible products, they are products that provide a service as opposed to something you just buy and have shipped.
This has opened new doors for me in moving forward with trying to stay relevant in my niche. Although this has always been available to anyone, I never considered switching my method because I always get tons of information that I need right from my product sources directly.
Reviews Are Worth Writing
However, none of the merchants usually talk of any other related products except for their own and I of course understand that reasoning but from here on I will research my products both ways just so I have something else to write about after I finish the post I'm working on.
Nobody will say their product is terrible even if it really is a terrible product and that's why reviews are worth writing in my opinion. One of the products I promote has over 28,000 reviews on their website with an average of 4.91 stars, that's a product I can get behind.
Later on I will do comparison reviews with other related products but for now it's easy to write content about products that so many people already love. Having so many positive reviews on the site you're sending your readers to will certainly add to the conversion rate.
I wish everyone here at WA endless success!