What To Do When You Can’t Come Up With Blog Post Ideas

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You really have the itch to write a new blog post and you are in front of your computer ready to go, but there’s one MAJOR problem. Nothing’s coming to mind. Have you ever experienced this? Believe it or not, there are things you can do to keep you completely busy even when you have writer’s block.

Your blog is like a house. It needs maintenance and tender-loving care every once and a while. When you are busy cranking out the blog posts, it’s easy to overlook other tasks necessary to keep your blog running and drawing in traffic. Let’s take a look at some of those things today!

What To Do When You Can't Come Up With Blog Post Ideas

1. Update old blog posts

Hey, some of the crap I wrote years ago is probably outdated. Those posts may still be drawing in some traffic, but the level of engagement has dropped tremendously. A good rule of thumb is to updated your blog posts every 6 months. Chances are, you’ll see increased engagement, and you’ll show your readers you want to keep the information you are sharing to them updated with the latest information.

2. Spend the day promoting across social media

Pick 3 posts you’ve written that 1) you really love and 2) get a lot of traffic. Share these posts across all of your social media accounts. If you participate in Facebook groups, spend time sharing these posts in your groups and engage with other bloggers.

3. Check for and repair broken links

Wait, what? I have good links on my site! No chance they are broken! WRONG! You’d be surprised, especially if you have been blogging for a while, how many links were good at the time you published a post, but have since broken. It happens. There are numerous free websites that will scan your site and report broken links. My favorite site is Dead Link Checker. Simply enter in your site’s URL and in a few minutes you’ll have a list of every broken link. Depending on the number of broken links, this will take some time to clean up, but it’s worth it!  Keep in mind that Dead Link’s free service only checks up to the first 2,000 links, so if you want to check more, you have to sign up for their auto-check service ($110/year)

Broken links not only damage your credibility and reputation as a blogger, but they also damage your site’s rankings in search engines. Trust me, this is a task you’ll want to complete regularly. Again, I shoot for every 6 months, but you can certainly do it on your own schedule.

4. Update your resources page

Please tell me you have a resources page. It’s one of the most critical pages on a blog – especially if you participate in affiliate marketing. I make it a habit to update my resource page every month, because I’m always coming across new products, websites, tools, and resources that I want to share right away.

5. Update your WordPress theme and plugins

New versions of WordPress themes and plugins are released all the time. Important security patches and enhancements can protect your site from vulnerability. Make it a habit to update these items as soon as the new versions are released. You can check for updates through your WordPress dashboard.

6. Backup your site

I hope you have a regular site backup installed on your blog. I can’t imagine what I’d do if nearly 2 years of blogging just disappeared. WordPress blogs can get hacked. It happened to me!  I use a free plugin called Updraft Plus Backup/Restore. There are premium options to this plugin, but the free options are sufficient for what I need. I save one daily backup of my files to Google Drive. Some plugins will save directly to your wp-content folder, but I advise against this in case the folder is unavailable, or is damaged – trust me, it happens!

7. Check your sidebar content

Take a few minutes periodically to check the content in your sidebar. If you have expired ads, remove them or replace them. Not sure what to put in your sidebar? Read my recent post: 8 Things You Should Include In Your Sidebar.

8. Check your comments queue

If you use WordPress, chances are you might have some comments pending your approval. This is a good opportunity to make sure there aren’t any legit comments sitting there. Be careful, as there is almost always going to be at least one spam comment. Delete the spam and approve the legit comments.

9. Update your media kit

By now, as an experienced blogger, you should have a solid media kit. If you have one, but haven’t touched it in months, now’s the perfect time. I strive to update my media kit monthly, but with everything going on at once, sometimes it goes a little longer. By keeping your media kit refreshed, potential customers and partners get your most accurate information.

10. Update your social media profiles

How long has it been since you updated your social media profiles? Bloggers depend on social media to connect with readers and fans, so to have an outdated profile is actually a step backwards towards building credibility. Whatever you put in your social media profiles, make them consistent. You can also take this time to disconnect from any social media accounts you don’t use. Spend time updating only those accounts you post to regularly (and maybe send out a post telling your readers to check out your new profile!).

11. Update your “About Me” page

One of the most important pages on your site is your “About Me” page. Make sure the information in your about me is up to date. Remember, your “About Me” page should be about how you can help your readers – and not your life story. Check out my “About Me” page (and feel free to provide any good or bad feedback….I can take it!).

12. Respond to feedback

Whether it’s an email, comment, social media post, etc., timely responses show your readers how engaged you are in your blog’s success. Take this time to monitor everything you need to respond to, and make sure your responses are valuable to your readers. Did a reader share a great idea with you? Give them credit through a tweet or a Facebook mention.

13. Update your posting schedule

If you don’t have a set schedule, and just post whenever, now’s a great time to create one for your blog and social media accounts. Planning ahead is one thing many of us don’t do very well, but could save us a lot of time in the long run. I know some bloggers who live by their schedules, and would be lost without them. I’m not quite there yet as I blog 2-3 times per week, maybe more, but could benefit from a set schedule. If you have a Pinterest account, there are free scheduling templates out there. Go grab one and put it to use!

14. Scour social media and news sites for ideas

If you’ve done all of the above, why not generate some ideas for new blog posts. One of the ways I do this is to see what’s new on social media and in the news. You’d be surprised as to how many ideas you can get just from one site. If you follow other bloggers, maybe check out what they’ve written about, and write a contradicting post about it, or write a spin-off of their topic. It’s easier to find topics to write about than you think. You just have to put a little effort into it!

15. Write an e-Book

By now, I think I have more than enough content to convert into an e-Book. The good thing about doing this is that you aren’t coming up with new ideas. You are taking your existing ideas and converting them into an easy-to-read eBook. If you have a lot of content, creating several eBooks on different topics can also keep you busy. Make sure to notify your readers on how they can purchase a copy whenever it’s ready. I recommend Blurb to help design your eBook!

Take that, Writer’s Block!

You don’t have to be less productive whenever you have writer’s block. With these 15 ideas, you are sure to stay busy, but at the same time, your blog will continue to stay refreshed, which only adds to its success!

Do you have any other ideas on how to be productive when your brain isn’t?  Share them in the comments!

The Scoop on Affiliate Marketing + 10 Easy Affiliate Programs for Bloggers

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Howdy guys and gals! I’m back again with another great post on affiliate marketing. Now, if you’ve been reading my blog for a while, I’m going to go ahead and assume that you know the basics of affiliate marketing and how it works. If not, check out my post on how I made my first sale with ShareASale to learn more about how it all works. Once you’re read about how I made my first sale, learn more about how to get more clicks on your affiliate links.

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The Scoop on Affiliate Marketing + 10 Easy Affiliate Programs for Bloggers

What are Affiliate Programs?

Simply put, affiliate programs are individual merchants offering a commission to participating bloggers for each sale he or she makes through the merchant’s affiliate links. Each program has its own terms, conditions, and commission amounts. Be sure to review all of the information for each merchant’s program you join so that when the first sale rolls in you aren’t surprised.

What are Affiliate Networks?

An affiliate network is a website, such as ShareASale or CJ, that brings together bloggers and merchants. The merchant creates their affiliate program through the network and uploads all of their promotional content (affiliate links, banners, etc.). Bloggers get to pick from the list of all affiliate programs the network offers, and once approved by the merchant, can begin including the merchant’s content on their blog or website. Whenever someone clicks on this content and makes a purchase, the blogger earns commission.

How do I join an affiliate program?

There are several ways to go about joining an affiliate program. The most common way is to join an affiliate network site like I mentioned above. Once you’ve joined the site, you can search for and register to participate in the affiliate programs you like.

Another way to join affiliate programs is to join directly through a merchant’s main website. For example, I joined the Target affiliate program by going to Target’s main website.  Most of the time, the affiliate program link is in the page footer.

Why spend time putting links on my website?

There’s a BIG difference between putting links on your website versus promoting products you believe in and use to your readers. If you are just trying to make a quick buck, throwing up a few banners or links and hoping someone clicks on them is one way to go, but it will decrease your readers’ trust in you. I hope this is NOT the route you’ve chosen to take.

Those who succeed in affiliate marketing understand the needs of their readers and only promote high quality products. I highly suggest writing regular product reviews of those products you use every day. You’d be surprised as to how many products you use that are affiliate links.

If you are going to spend a lot of time inserting affiliate links on your site, do it the right way the first time. By using the right keywords, creating valuable content, and being honest with your readers, you’ll see affiliate income start to creep up in the right direction.

Will I earn $50,000 in my first month?

Hell no. It’s not realistic unless you have dozens of blogs designed solely to earn affiliate income. I tell all of my readers that affiliate marketing takes time, just like anything else. Just because you are throwing up banners and links doesn’t mean your readers are going to click on them. It will be slow for a while. Don’t give up. Keep writing quality content and promoting great products. The income will eventually start rolling in. Do not expect high numbers in the beginning. It’s just not realistic.

I followed all of the steps but am not earning money. What gives?

It can be frustrating to do all of the work the right way only to not see the results start pouring in. Don’t worry. Many bloggers give up after a few months, but this is a mistake. You have to be in it for the long haul to really see results pay off. If you are only writing posts about affiliate products, try expanding your reach by promoting products through other mediums, such as face-to-face, social media, videos, and more.

Affiliate marketing is not something you’ll succeed at overnight. It takes time, experience, and perseverance. If you have all 3 of those things, there is no reason why the sales won’t start rolling in soon. Here are some quick tips:

Write consistently. Most bloggers who see increases in affiliate sales are writing 2-3 quality posts per week (more or less).

Write with your readers in mind. This goes without saying, but your blog posts shouldn’t be about you. You are writing for your readers. Write with their best interests in mind. Put it this way, would you recommend a car with flat tires, a burned out engine, and no windows to your mom? Probably not. The same holds true with your readers. Treat them like you treat a family member!

Your blog posts should be reader-centered at all times. I’m definitely not saying you should never write about yourself, though. If you are looking to make someone’s life easier, solve a problem, recommend a valuable product, or talk about how something works, these types of posts must be geared around your readers.

Choose the right products to promote. Don’t go to ShareASale and start applying for everything under the sun. Just because a product may have good commission rates doesn’t mean it’s the right product for your readers. Choose wisely and limit the programs you join.

Example: Don’t sign up for Tailwind’s affiliate program if you have never used it. Tailwind is one of those products that has a lot of great tools for bloggers looking to promote on Pinterest. If you use BoardBooster or other pinning products, don’t join the Tailwind affiliate program!

Focus on building your traffic. If you don’t have a lot of subscribers, and traffic just isn’t flowing to your site the way you’d like it to, chances are your affiliate sales aren’t going to be anything to write home about. Hopefully by now you have implemented a strategy on how to increase traffic to your site.

Continue to focus on building relationships, networking with other bloggers, and work to build traffic continuously. Your rate of return will be much higher with higher traffic volumes. If you are only getting 100-200 views per month, chances are less than 1% of those are clicking on affiliate links.

Be willing to try new things. Banner ads may work for some posts, but in others, text links may be better. In other situations, images with the affiliate link attached to them may work better. Find what works best for you and be willing to try new tactics if you aren’t having success.

Try taking one of your most-viewed blog posts and turn it into a video. You can include the affiliate link under the video, or tell your readers how to get to the product link on your site.

Learn from others. One of the best ways to learn tips and tricks for affiliate marketing is to research what other bloggers are doing. Every blogger does it differently, but there are tried and trusted strategies that you can learn and implement on your own blog. Interview others, ask questions, get to know how they operate.

What types of posts convert well with affiliate marketing?

  • Product reviews
  • List posts
  • Tutorials/how-to guides
  • Tools/resources page

Product Reviews

Remember when I was talking about how it’s better to promote products you believe in and actually use yourself? Share them with your readers through a detailed product review post. If you’d like to see an example of one of my product reviews, check out my Charbroil review I did a few months ago. This isn’t an affiliate link, but it’s a good example of what makes a good product review.

A quick tip on product reviews:  You’re not always going to have a positive review of a product, and don’t write one just to solicit clicks on your affiliate links. You’re not building trust with your readers this way. If a product isn’t a good one, write a negative review.  Sure, you probably won’t see a lot of sales convert from it, but you were honest and built trust with your readers (this is key!).

List Posts

Are you a food blogger?  Why not create a list of helpful products you use to cook every day? Each item can be an affiliate link, or you can include several affiliate links at the bottom of your post. Make sure to not only include a list, but a brief statement as to why it’s a must-have tool (after all, you put it in your list!)

Tutorials/How-to guides

Blogging about how to use a product is a great way to not only teach someone about how to use it, but you can teach them why the product is valuable. When readers see step-by-step instructions, they learn how easy/hard a product is to use.

Tools/Resources page

A tools or resources page is a critical page every blogger should have! It’s a great way to get the word out about the products you use every day. Not every product on this page needs to be an affiliate link, but do include them every chance you get. My blog has a “Tools I Use” page. Check it out if you want an idea of what this should look like.  This page should always be growing as you use more products. Make it a habit to update it at least once a month.

Ready for some of my favorite affiliate programs?  Here they are!

Affiliate Programs

Your turn!

Are you having success with affiliate marketing? I’d love to interview you!  Simply drop your contact information into the comments section and I’ll reach out to you!  I’d love to feature you on a future blog post about affiliate marketing!

Share your wins below!  I can’t wait to hear about your affiliate marketing success stories!

8 Things You Should Include In Your Blog’s Sidebar

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We all love our blog’s sidebar (hopefully!). It’s a place to stick additional information about ourselves, our content, our social media information, and more. Today’s post is all about those items we must include in our sidebar. I think I can say I’m guilty of throwing things into my sidebar that my readers really don’t need. Have you done the same?

I blog with WordPress, so I have access to thousands of really cool plugins and widgets. It can be very tempting to throw every widget under the sun into your blog’s sidebar, but that’s the last thing you should do.

So, in an effort to keep your blog’s sidebar looking snazzy and clean at the same time, here are some items you really should include. Do you have any of these? All of these? None….of….these?

8 Things You Should Include In Your Blog's Sidebar

1. Short Bio

Put a short bio at the very top of your sidebar. Make it a brief overview of who you are, what your blog is about, and how you can help them.  A nicely cropped image of yourself (professional) is also a nice addition to help your readers put a face to a name.

2. Subscribe Form

A must-have item in your sidebar is a form for your readers to subscribe to your newsletter. There are several WordPress widgets, but I opted to use MailChimp. With MailChimp, you can customize the look and feel of the form, and it’s easy to maintain your mailing list with a few clicks.

3. Social Media Links

Make it easy for your readers to connect with you on your social media accounts. Take a look to your right in my sidebar and you’ll see a good example of how this should look. I am not a supporter of including social media posts inside the sidebar. Personally, if I wanted to read your social media posts, I’d follow you on your social media account and go there to read it. I’m not visiting your blog so that I can see your Instagram or Facebook posts. My suggestion – only include links to the social media accounts you are present on and post to daily.

4. Popular Posts

There are several good WordPress widgets that allow you to share your most popular posts. I like having this in my sidebar because my readers can find the posts that are being read the most and check them out. I use a widget called Top Posts & Pages. It allows you share up to 10 posts that have received the most traffic in the last 48 hours. Take a look in my sidebar and check out how this widget works. It’s very simple to use. You can choose to display it as text links, or as image links as I have chosen to do.

5. Recent Posts

Aside from popular posts, you also should share your recent posts. I use WordPress’s default widget for this as it’s simple enough and does the job. I chose to share the last 5, but you can customize this to your liking. If you don’t already have your recent post list in your sidebar, consider adding this today. Readers who frequent your site don’t want to miss anything, so a recent post widget is perfect!

6. Categories

Another great widget to have in your sidebar is a Categories widget. It makes it easy for your readers to sort your blog’s content by the categories they want to see. For example, if you select “Blogging” in my Categories widget, you’ll be shown every blog post I’ve ever written about blogging.

One word of caution when using categories is to not go crazy with them. Try to use existing categories if you can, but if you write something you’ve never written about before, chances are you will need to create a new category.  Make sure to apply the usage of categories consistently across your blog. Doing so makes it so much easier for your readers to find what they are interested in.

7. Archives

Using an archives widget is a great idea because it groups all of your posts by month and year. While not completely necessary, it’s another easy way to point your readers to a certain group of posts. Remember, the goal of every widget in your sidebar is to make it easier for your readers to find information.

8. Search Box

A search box is another must-have item in your sidebar. Make it easy for your readers to find any content they may be searching for on your site. Many times, I want to find a post myself and I can’t remember when I posted it. By searching for the subject, 9 times out of 10 I find it. Make your search box simple and easy to find.

Let’s See YOUR Sidebar!

I would love to see how you have designed your sidebar! Drop your blog’s URL in the comments section and I’ll check it out (and comment on it as well!).

5 Critical Steps to Follow Before Writing Your First Blog Post

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If you are reading today’s post, you’re probably one of many pondering whether or not starting a blog is a good idea for you. There are many reasons for starting a blog, but I won’t go into those details today. Today, I’m going to talk about 5 critical steps you need to do, and do right, before hitting publish on that first post. It’s tempting to get started right away, and you should, but bear these 5 tips in mind before sharing your content with the world.

5 Critical Steps to Follow Before Writing Your First Blog Post

1. Find your niche and stick with it

Before you start a blog, make sure you have identified a niche that will drive interest and traffic regularly. One mistake some bloggers make is they start writing their blog posts before they have done this step, and they end up writing about anything under the sun. I guess this is ok if you aren’t looking to build a solid audience. If you’re starting a casual blog where you write about whatever you want, that’s fine and dandy, but if you are like most bloggers, earning income and building traffic is critical. Here’s where identifying your niche immediately is important in driving traffic to your blog.

How do you find your niche?

Research other blogs. What makes them tick? How are they soliciting feedback? How are they drawing in readers? I’m definitely NOT saying plagiarize! Researching other blogs can give you good ideas on how you can structure your own blog’s content.

Write about what you know? Do you know a lot about cooking or education? Chances are, you’ll have a lot to say about something you are good at versus writing about cars if you know NOTHING about cars. Write about what you know. Write about your personal experiences. Find ways to make your content and expertise valuable to your readers. Remember, you are writing for your readers first…then yourself.

Do Google searches for topics and keywords that rank high. I know, I know, everyone says keyword research and SEO are both important in driving traffic. This is a true statement. Before you decide on your niche, do research on what other people are searching for in your niche, and cater your blog’s content to addressing those topics.

My rule of thumb: If you have to scratch your head day in and day out to find a suitable post topic, you’ve picked the wrong niche. I can think of tons of topics on blogging I can write about, and I feel like the sky’s the limit for new topics. Another piece of advice is don’t pick a niche that everyone and their mothers write about. If you do, you’ll just be posting into a flooded market. If you want to start a parenting blog, pick topics few parents write about. Make them unique, valuable, and even controversial (whether to or not to vaccinate a child is a great controversial topic, for example, if you are a parenting blogger). If you’re making someone’s skin boil just reading your post title, chances are, they’ll read your post (and probably comment too!)

2. Build a list of potential blog post titles/topics

Hey, when I first started my blog, I had no idea where to start writing. What I found very helpful was to start (and then add to) a list of potential titles and topics I want to write about in future blog posts. Since I regularly have writer’s blog, a list helps me to not have to dig up new titles every time I’m ready to write. The list is readily available for me and I can pick and choose from it to write my next masterpiece of a blog post. Since I write about blogging, I actually published a list of 100 blog post ideas. Every time I write a post from that list, I add the link to the list, which helps keep readers on my site longer. Pretty cool, huh?

3. Plan your blog’s design ahead of time

Ugh, this was a long and painful process for me. I already have OCD, so having to make sure every inch of my blog was perfectly designed really set my OCD into high gear….but….take my advice and plan ahead. I didn’t, the first few times, and it was a long process to get things where I wanted them.

Blog theme advice: I hope you are using WordPress because it is the best. WordPress can be customized to just about any blogger’s liking.  There are thousands of themes for just about any blog type imaginable. A great place to get a solid theme for your WordPress blog is ThemeIsle.

Keep the sidebar neat: Have you ever visited a blog where the entire sidebar was so cluttered you couldn’t find anything? Heck, it doesn’t have to be just blogs that have this problem, but any website for that matter. Keep your sidebar clean, and by clean I don’t mean blank. Put worthwhile information in the sidebar (short bio, social media follow links, blog subscribe button, popular posts, etc) and leave out non-essential information. I know it’s tempting to fill up the sidebar with every widget imaginable, but just remember that the more you add to the sidebar, the slower loading time your site will have. If you are curious as to how fast your site is running right now, WP Engine has a free speed test.

Make it unique: Make your blog’s design unique to you and your blog’s niche. Definitely don’t use the default theme! Just because the template is popular, doesn’t mean it’ll set you apart from other bloggers. Remember, your content is what’s driving readers to your site. So, don’t let them down when they get there. Give them a piece of who you are and what they are getting when they come visit your site. Make subscribing to your blog irresistible.

Your homepage should show your most recent blog posts. There are several ways to organize your homepage. You can either have a static page and direct your traffic to your blog using your site’s menu, or you can have your content be the first thing readers see when they come to your page. My suggestion is to put your content on display right away and to not make your readers hunt for it. Your great content is the reason they’re here, so why hide it? I make it a rule to always put my most recent content on the homepage – no matter what options my theme may give me. Keep in mind this may not be the best option if you run a business (and your blog is one piece of your entire website).

4. Choose the right title and domain name

Nothing was more difficult for me starting my blog than choosing my blog’s title and domain name.  Go Ask Your Daddy wasn’t the first title, nor was it my first niche. When I started blogging at the end of 2015, my blog’s title was The Buzzer Beater Blog. I had originally decided to start a sports blog, but quickly found I didn’t have enough to talk about on a regular basis. So, I changed to Go Ask Your Daddy. It fits because I’m a daddy of 4, it suggests I have the answer, and I liked it!

Domain names are cheap most of the time, but you’ll want to make sure you pick the right one the first time. The best domain names are the same as your blog’s title. Do searches on what’s available (at any web host’s site) before deciding on a title. You want to make sure the domain name you want is available before committing to a title. I highly recommend Namecheap.com for domain name purchase. You can register your domain for as little as $.88.

5. Join Blogging Groups

Oh, how I love all of my Facebook blogging groups!  I have learned so much about blogging and met so many fantastic bloggers. Just as with any profession, networking is key to gaining opportunities. The great thing about blogging groups is that they are full of like-minded bloggers looking to share content, boost traffic, meet others, and learn new techniques. I currently manage my own group, Blogger Share and Promo Group, but am a member in other groups, such as: Grow Your Blog, Bloggers for Bloggers, Bloggers Supporting Each Other, and Bloggers Finally Getting Noticed, among others.

Ready to start your blog? I can help!

Not only do I love blogging, but I love helping people like you start a blog too. Although blogging is a ton of work, it can be fun, rewarding, and fulfilling. I have certainly learned tons about it in my short 2 years of blogging. I have tons more to learn, but that’s okay. Learning is how we improve in anything and blogging isn’t any different.

I’ve written many posts about how to start a blog. My favorite one is How to Start a Money Making Blog.  You can also subscribe to my free 7-day email course, “How to Create a Profitable Blog

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How I Made $125.69 With My Blog in September 2017 [Income Report]

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How I Made $125.69 With My Blog in September 2017 [Income Report]

I’ve been sharing my blog income reports for the last several months. While blogging has its up and downs just like any other business, over the long haul of the year, I’ve already earned nearly twice as much as I did in all of 2016. Still, earnings for September were down.

I wrote 8 new blog posts in September:

Income for September 2017

Fat Joe Publishing: $165.29

Total: $165.29


Expenses for September 2017

Siteground Web Hosting: $39.60

Total: $39.60


My top 5 viewed blog posts for September:


Site Stats

  • Total unique visitors: 1,213 (+139 from August)
  • Total page views: 2,007 (+288 from August)
  • Total comments: 12 (-15 from August)

Referral Stats


Social Media Stats