Saturday, September 12, 2015

Top 7 Tools For Blogging Ideas

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Top 7 Tools For Blogging IdeasSometime you Do not know what to post , what people want, what should i post ? etc.. questions are common, so here is Top 7 Tools For Blogging Ideas from you can find topics and Hot Items to post on your blog.

i am coming with seven great sites/tools that will give you ideas and Also you can find and write about viral content of past.

well sit tight and read continue..


 

1. Quora

The Question - answer website can help lead you to the types of questions that real people are asking, questions that you can answer in-depth with a blogpost. Search for your keyword, and follow topics related to your blog’s focus.

Enter a topic or a URL into the BuzzSumo search box, and you’ll get a wealth of information on the content that performs best for social media sharing. BuzzSumo can be very useful for fleshing out an existing idea to find the perfect topics for your niche.

Enter a URL into Quick Sprout, and you get an analysis of the site’s performance and content. The “Social Media” tab shows you which posts from the site , and you can take inspiration from the highlights on the list.

Enter a subject into the Portent tool, and you’ll get a sample blogpost title, complete with helpful and witty breakdowns of why the title might make for a good read. Refresh as many times as you’d like for new ideas.

HubSpot’s title maker works similarly to Portent’s. With the HubSpot tool, you can enter three keywords, and HubSpot will give you five titles—a week’s worth of content—to work with.

The trending topics section on your Twitter homepage can be a good spot for grabbing ideas from the latest news. You can tailor your trending topics to go uber-local (the big cities near and around you) or even receive fully tailored tweets that take into account your location and those you follow. (Click the “Change” link at the top of the Trends section on your Twitter homepage.)

Similar to Twitter’s trending topics, LinkedIn Pulse pulls content from the channels you follow on LinkedIn and the people in your LinkedIn network.


Some More: For additional trending topics on social media, you can check out Facebook’s Trending section and Google+’s What’s Hot page.

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