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Getting content ideas for your blog or website is easy when you're first starting - you've got ideas buzzing around your head and can't wait to share them with an eagerly awaiting world. But after a while things calm down. And often it's not long before you're wondering what to create content about.
Which usually means you put off the idea of creating new content until tomorrow.
And then the next day. And so on.
Here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing again
1. Set up a Google alert
When you do a search in Google, there's sometimes the option to directly set up an email alert to notify you about new results. If it's there, it's near the end of the first page of search results.
If it doesn't show, either click the "news" tab as it's regularly shown on those results or do a quick search for Google alerts.
Then set up an alert for one or more of your target email phrases.
The screen will show you potential matches - tweak the settings until it shows sensible results.
You'll need to click the confirmation email for each alert you set up. Google does this to stop people signing you up for alerts without your consent.
You get different frequency options - I find that I pay more attention to weekly rather than daily alerts but you can always change the frequency to suit your personality and the time you have available.
Often just the titles in the alerts will give you ideas for fresh content. If not, it's easy enough to click through and skim the article that you've been notified about.
2. Lurk in forums
Forums are great places to get ideas for fresh content.
Some questions crop up with monotonous regularity. Those are the ones that you should already have some content about.
But it won't hurt to have more content about