Coming up with new ideas for blog posts isn’t always easy. I’m sure we all go through an occasional rut of, “what should I post about?” Writer’s block happens, and that’s okay. To help you out, I put together a list of blog post ideas for every major holiday/season. Or, maybe you have a lot of post ideas, but they don’t seem to be resonating with other people.
Pin it now, reference it later.
The guide isn’t any ordinary list of things you could blog about. I performed keyword research for the top things related to specific seasons/holidays. The 20-page idea book is full of ideas people are actually Googling. This will help you grow your blog because you will be writing posts that people are interested in reading. They are looking for the answers/ideas to these topics.
I’m going to assume (I know, it’s risky) that you want people to read your blog. By being the answer to people’s Google or Pinterest search – you can guarantee people will be interested in your blog post.
I’ve compiled trending search terms for each of the following major holidays/seasons:
St. Patrick’s Day
In each section, you will see a list of keywords. I found these keywords by using Google guided search, Google’s Keyword Tool, and Pinterest’s search guides. The phrases on this list are not meant to be the headline for your post, merely a springboard to get your creative juices flowing.
Who is the guide for?
The year Blog Post Ideas guide is geared toward the following niches:
- DIY Bloggers
- Craft Bloggers
- Food Bloggers
- Lifestyle Bloggers
- Family Bloggers
The ideas are perfect for beginner bloggers trying to build up content or established bloggers looking for new ideas to incorporate into their blog.
Get my Blog Post Ideas Guide and start writing blog posts that people are searching for.
Subscribe to my newsletter for regular tips and updates on growing your blog and I’ll send you the BLOG POST IDEAS YEAR GUIDE.
You’ll also get the Blog Post Ideas email series. The first email will be your guidebook and how to use it. The following day I’ll be hitting your inbox with my sure-fire way to come up with blog posts that generate search traffic.
On day three, I’ll show you how to perform your own keyword research for blog post ideas (that’s how I got all the terms for this year guide). It’s way easier than it sounds.
I hope the guidebook and the email series help you come up with blog posts that increase your traffic and build up an eager audience.
Let me know if you have any questions about the blog post guidebook in the comments below.
Not sure how I found you, but your posts are most excellent. I am quite interested in joining your beginner course. Couple questions first though … I have secured my .ca domain for a website already through godaddy, and I’m ready to create my online presence. Would this be compatible with what your instruction is in the course? Does wordpress replace what I already have in place?
I look forward to hearing from you:)
Tina-M. from Canada
Kristie Hill says
Hi Tina! The course walks you through setting up your host with Bluehost. You can point the domain you purchased with Godaddy to your new host.
I do not recommend hosting your site on Godaddy.
The course works for any host though, after the first lesson and WordPress is installed, it won’t matter where you’re hosted at!
Retired dentist wanting to start a blog
Not sure on what but I love writing
Could do a “dear dentist “ blog
Or daily diary of a dentist
Or articles on teeth or reviews on brushes etc
Or everything just not sure what to do but eager o do eager to start!
You could do a health or medical blog or health lifestyle and including your knowledge of dentistry as well
Karen Ellis says
Hey Kristie, I just found your site this morning and now I’m running late because I can’t stop reading! Thank you so much for sharing all this great information. I have just started a blog, or at least I’m working on it lol. I am excited to start implementing some of your ideas to get my blog going! I don’t have any content on there yet since I’m working on the tech side of it which has made me want to pull my hair out, not to mention all the different information out there, all of which is a little different. If you have a chance to check out my site I’d love some feedback since I have no clue what I’m doing, honest feedback is always welcome! Thanks again and have a blessed day!!
Kristie Hill says
Whoops! Sorry to make you late, but glad you’re finding some helpful information. Definitely check out this post about creating a coming soon page while you set up your blog. While you’re there you can sign up for the start a blog checklist, if you haven’t already.
Your blog is coming along so far. Love the name too. I like how the home page blurb really explains how you can help people. That’s a great way to start out. 🙂
How do you download this? I don’t see an option anywhere?
Kristie Hill says
Hi, Jenny! All you need to do is input your name and email in the box above and I’ll send you the Year Guide plus super helpful tips on coming up with blog posts.
This is fantastic! I’m signed up and cannot wait to start receiving your blog topic ideas! I have been blogging for so many years that I am starting to dry up on ideas. Thanks for sharing!
Kristie Hill says
Hope it helps, Brian. The guide is directed towards lifestyle bloggers but maybe it will help someone that blogs about SEO. 😉