Sometimes we sit there at the computer and we think, OK. Let’s go. First blog post. I’m going to be giving you over twenty five first blog post ideas. And after you scribble these down, check the link in the description box.
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Now we will be using just a paleo on a budget idea as our blog nitch example. Now, I do not have a Web site about this, but I wanted to give you some sort of example that where you could see the blog post ideas and then how I would apply it to my own blog.
If this was my niche. So the first blog post idea is the ultimate guide to something. In this example, I would say the ultimate guide to paleo meals for one hundred dollars per week. It’s very descriptive.
It’s not like if you were a knitting blogger and you just said the ultimate guide to knitting or if I just said the ultimate guide to being paleo or on the paleo diet is I would say you want to get a little more descriptive.
So definitely take it a step further. But the ultimate guide to is a good place to start. The next one is things you love about some things you’ll love about eating paleo as a family.
Again, take it just a little bit further and get a little more descriptive, but use things you’ll love about as a starting point. Remember that as you’re writing these first blog posts, you’re really laying down the framework for all the other content that you’re going to be creating in the future. So start with those basics.
That way you can kind of show anybody who lands on your site that you’ve got all those introductory points if they need a place to get started.
The third example we have is things I’d wish I’d known about. So things I wish I’d known about being paleo or maybe even things I wish I’d known about feeding a family paleo meals.
The fourth idea is 25 tricks to help you something. So twenty five tricks to help you save money on paleo groceries.
Definitely try to make that number high if you can, because the more descriptive or the longer you can make it, the better off you are. It’s always good to have blog post be in between. I mean, at the very least, 15 hundred words, no less.
But it’s sometimes it’s really nice to have those three thousand word blog posts as well. And that takes some time to put together. So having a high number like this can really help.
The fifth blog post idea is worse. Mistakes all blank make and you just kind of apply that to your own blog net. Whoever it is you’re talking to, think of your target audience so you can say the worst mistakes all paleo cooks make or the worst mistakes paleo cooking moms make or something like that.
The sixth one we have here is ten ways to avoid blink. So I would say ten ways to avoid paleo burnout. Really think of something that your target audience would struggle with. And then give them a couple of solutions to it.
The seventh idea is, are you making these mistakes with blank? So are you making these mistakes with the paleo diet diet? Are you making these mistakes with the paleo grocery list or something like that?
Are you making these mistakes with paleo packaged food? The eighth example we have is 50 smart ways to something.
So 50 smart ways to eat paleo on a budget. Again, this is another opportunity to write one of those three thousand plus word blog posts. The ninth example is forget blank.
Try this instead. So in this example, since I’m a paleo blogger on a budget, I would say forget cauliflower rice. I think that this is a paleo friendly food. Don’t get mad at me if it’s not because I really only know the basics of paleo eating. But it seems to be pretty popular.
And if you just don’t love it. This would be a great blog post idea. So think of something that you typically find within your niche that people who are interested in that niche kind of don’t love. So if you want to be paleo, but you hate cauliflower rice, what what other alternatives are there? The tenth example we have is what a blank does in a day.
So in my example, I would say what a paleo mama does in a day. The 11th blog posts idea we have is, are you making these mistakes with what? So are you making these mistakes with your paleo recipes?
Are you making these mistakes with your paleo meal plans? Are you making these mistakes with your cauliflower rice? You know, get specific. You could honestly go a lot of different ways with this blog post idea.
The 12th idea we have is 25, something that are proven to work. Now, I did slightly modify this to make it sound a little more like a food post. So I said twenty five paleo desserts that taste delicious.
You can always modify and tweak this slightly to really make it fit for your specific blogg niche. The 13th idea we have is an illustrated guide. So this one will take a little bit of either money or talent, but you can create an illustrated guide to something.
So in my example, I would say your illustrated guide to living the paleo lifestyle. And I would kind of s. things off, you know, draw foods or choose different kinds of foods that is allowed on the paleo lifestyle and then not a lot on the paleo lifestyle.
That way they can have. Something that they could print off and put on the refrigerator as an illustrated guide to making their lives a little bit easier in whatever my blog, Neches, the 14th idea we have is blank.
The ultimate guide for beginners. So in this example, I wouldn’t just say just paleo eating or paleo food on a budget. I would say packaged foods. The ultimate guide for paleo beginners or the ultimate guide to beginners. And then, you know, I would make sure that my Web site had paleo in the name.
So somewhere I need to make sure that there’s Paleo in there. But I do want to choose something that’s a little more specific in so far as creating an ultimate guide to it.
It’s nice and perfectly acceptable to create, you know, paleo eating. The ultimate guide for beginners. But in this example, I want to think about what it is my target audience is going to be using or wanting to be using. And that could be packaged foods, at least if I was on a paleo lifestyle.
I’d want to find ways to make it easier for me. The 15th idea we have is yet another guide. But your best guide to something. So the 14th example, we have the ultimate guide for beginners.
That’s just people who are starting out in this instance. We’re going be getting a little more specific. So it’s someone who’s not quite a beginner and needs something just a bit more advanced. So your best guide to cheap paleo dinner’s cheap paleo desserts, cheap paleo meal plans. I mean, you could go on and on here.
The 16th idea is how to blank when your link. So how to eat paleo when you’re vegetarian. If you’re vegetarian, that cuts out quite a few things on the paleo diet. I think, again, I am not. I don’t eat paleo, so I’m not a hundred percent sure.
So this kind of gives them an answer to a problem that they really have. So I really want to eat paleo, but man, I don’t eat meat. So how do I make sure I get all the nutrients I need? And what are some of the other alternatives I can eat? This is a great.
This is a great blog post for something like that. The seventeenth example we have is how long does it take to blink?
So how long does it take to see results on the paleo diet diet? A lot of people who eat paleo are doing so for health reasons, and so they want to know how long it’s going to take to see results.
And this is kind of a little fraction of your target audience that you could reach out to kind of think of the most common questions that people have within your niche. And this is where you would answer it. The 18th blog post idea is 20 things I’ve never told you about something.
So 20 things I’ve never told you about raising paleo kids if I want to cook paleo for my family. Chances are if we’re throwing the Doritos out of the house, my kid is going to put up a bit of a fight.
So what are some ideas and tips within your own blog niche that you can think of that would be really helpful for your target audience?
The 19th idea we have is a case study, blog post, a love case studies, because you really have to do research and you have to keep notes of the different results and findings that you had.
So case study, how I created blank in blank. So how we created 30 days of paleo meals in one hour. So maybe this is like a freezer meal idea or something.
I love case studies because it helps really humanize your brand. It’s a very unique blog post idea and it certainly gives you a chance to really stand out because it has to be unique.
So somebody wants to be a copycat and come along and steal your idea. Well, they, too, are going to have to do some sort of case study, and that takes more effort. So it makes it a lot harder to just copycat you.
The 20th idea we have here is things that happen, your first blank of blank. So your first month, first day, first week, first hour, whatever it is that your niche would kind of apply to.
And in this example, we say things that happen your first week of paleo meals, if I switch entirely to eating paleo or if I become an overnight knitter and I just want to knit things.
Well, what’s going to happen that first week? This is a great blog post because it kind of reaches out to those people who are just beginning. And so it can give them a bit of hope, a bit of excitement like, oh, wow, this is going to happen now that I’m doing this particular thing.
And so it can incite a little bit of excitement among your new readers or your your beginners. The 21st idea we have is a favorites list. I love favorites list because it can be a little bit easier to pull together if you’re kind of crunched for time.
And it can be something where you just grab a notebook. And you’re right, ideas as you’re running around doing laundry and picking up after the kids.
So in this example, we have 50 favorites for the paleo family on a budget. And so these are different either recipes or it could be ingredients or packaged stuff or kitchen items.
Honestly, the list is endless for this list, huh? Get it? See what I did there. OK. The 20 second idea we have is A VS.. So I always think of what your direct competitor is. So knitting versus crocheting.
Which one should you choose? Or in this example, we did Paleo versus Quito. Which one should you choose? I find oftentimes in my very brief experience that people are either either team palaeo or team Quito. So this is a great option to choose as well.
And the next one we have is how to blank in one year. So again, now you’re reaching that target audience. That is not quite a beginner, but is looking to have some sort of goal and succeed at something in a period of time. So how to save five thousand dollars a year on paleo meals?
I did modify it slightly just so that it could make more sense with this. And absolutely. Go ahead and do that with your own blog posts ideas.
One of the things I know about either being a paleo food blogger or being a knitting blogger or being any other blogger is people love to save money with that.
So if I want to learn how to knit, but I don’t want it to cost me a fortune. Where can I go get some affordable supplies or what are some of the best grocery items to pick up if I want to feed my family on the paleo diet.
But I really don’t want to spend a ton on meat and fish and expensive vegetables. So this is a great way to show them that they could save money or they could accomplish something in a period of time.
The 24th idea we have is another list idea and that is the best free blank. Again, kind of tying in with the last slide at number twenty three. We really want to help our readers save money.
And anytime you throw free up there, people are inclined to be a little more interested. So the best free paleo meals for families on a budget is the idea I came up with. People love lists and people are free.
So when you put the two together, it’s kind of a great combination. The 25th idea we have is the top five blank lessons I learned in blank. Now I love this because it’s a great way to kind of wrap up the year.
So you could post something like this in December or January of any given year. You can change the year and you can say the top five paleo lessons I learned in 2020. Or you could even modify it slightly and remove the word lessons and you could say the top five meet paleo meals we eat in 2020.
Just kind of think of the top five things that you did in a certain period of time and then create a list and write a blog post about it. And number 26 here we have is how to blank your blank will love.
So this is kind of thinking of how can you reach that target audience that wants to use that particular blog niche and do something nice for someone else? So how to bake paleo treats?
Your kids will love how to knit a baby blanket your friends will love and things like that. And the last slide we have here is number 27.
And that is my exact process for blank. In this example, we said my exact process for paleo meal planning on a budget. In this blog post idea, what you want to think of is what your main overarching goal is for helping people. Why did you create your blog?
Why did you choose that specific niche? And so you want to think, OK, so what process have I created that might be helpful to someone else?
This is my exact process. Since you follow my blog and you’re interested in this in this niche, you’re going to find it beneficial to do this process as well. If you’d like to go ahead and do it.
And so you kind of outline something that you do that can be really helpful for them.
That wraps it up for these blog posts ideas.
Let me know what your first blog posts or your next blog post with these ideas is going to be, as always.