- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 1 hour and 45 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Rebecca Livermore
- Audible.com Release Date: July 10, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073RQLMXF
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Blogger's Quick Guide to Blog Post Ideas: Set Up Systems, Nurture Creativity, and Never Run Out of Blog Post Ideas Again Audiobook – Unabridged
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Rebecca starts off with options for collecting your blog ideas enunciating the need for being organized. (Btw, months ago she asked me if I would write a section on Wunderlist as she knew I was using that for my task and organization system. I had actually forgotten that it would be included in this book so it was a happy surprise when I saw it!)
There are 32, count them!, methods to come up with ideas. Personally, I don't often run out of ideas as I have been writing blogs before the word was coined. However, I found Rebecca's varying methods inspiring to reach even further. Also, as is her style, it is all presented in an extremely well organized that makes choosing easy to do and follow.
I appreciated the bonus template to use with your blog's guest contributors and the many links to other blog posts where Rebecca covers content in more detail.
Blogger's Quick Guide to Blog Post Ideas is a must read for all bloggers from starting out to experienced. With this book in your resource library, you will never run out of blog post ideas.
Blogger's Quick Guide to Blog Post Ideas: Set Up Systems, Nurture Creativity, and Never Run Out of Blog Post Ideas Again (Blogger's Quick Guides Book 4)
If you’re looking for a thorough treatise on writing that covers the requirements and best practices for different types of blogs, then you probably won’t be choosing a book titled “Quick Guide to Blog Post Ideas.” It is a quick read, yet at 122 pages, it provided plenty of meat for me to chew on in the weeks to come, and writing ideas (or more specifically, ways of coming up with writing ideas) that I’m sure could keep my fingers flying across the keyboard for years.
As a newly-started writer, I have feared that I don’t have enough to say to keep a blog going, but using just a few of the strategies in this book, I’ve found that ideas are now flowing faster than I’ll possibly be able to implement them. And the guide doesn’t only teach how to come up with ideas; it first teaches how to establish note-taking systems where those ideas will be saved and organized, and then how to “feed your creative soul” with nourishing experiences.
Speaking of a capture system, I was delighted to see that Rebecca is a kindred-spirit OneNote-user, since that app is one that seems often overlooked by other writers in favor of the more popular Evernote (which she also mentions as a possibility). In fact, I started a page in my OneNote for “Ideas from Blogger’s Quick Guide” that I wanted to use for my writing . . . but then I realized that I would be copying and pasting much of the book, so, as Rebecca recommends, I decided to just start with a few ideas and work from there. I think this book is one I’ll be coming back to again and again once I get my blog going. I’d highly recommend it for other bloggers—even if you think you have enough writing ideas already, this book might help you put a creative spin on your current ideas or find an entirely new perspective from which to approach your writing.
I received a free copy of this book for the purpose of writing an honest review, but after seeing how good it is, decided to show my support by purchasing it. Even if the introductory price were no longer available, I’d still consider it a worthwhile investment in my future blog.
I have recently started blogging and needed some direction on how to organize and track my thoughts and ideas. This eBook had several great references to tools that will make my process a lot more productive.
There were so many gems and nuggets of information that made this eBook a great read. Writing is a process that has its ups and downs. I know for myself, my best times to write is in the morning, after that all bets are off.
Rebecca describes ways of nurturing your creativity which is vital to being a more effective writer. Her section on Artist Dates was of particular interest as several of the ideas in this section I currently employ. At the same time I discovered several news ideas that I will start to implement as well.
So, if you need an eBook that helps you with the Blogging process I would highly recommend “Blogger's Quick Guide to Blog Post Ideas". It Rocks!