Updated on July 15th, 2013
We’ve talked to the gurus Glenn Murray and Jonathan Crossfield about the benefits of blogging – raising your company’s profile, optimising your website for search engines and sharing your expertise to name a few. But sometimes, despite knowing just how beneficial it can be, keeping a regular flow of fresh blog topics coming can be tough. Here are five brainstorming ideas I use to keep the furrowed brow at bay.
1. Brainstorm in down time
During a busy work day, inspiration can often allude. For this reason, I come up with most of my ideas in down time – at the end of the day or on a lunch break when I’m reflecting on what’s been going on, and what I have learnt.…Continue Reading