I use many of these valuable tips myself. While I don’t always have time to prepare a new post, there is so much interesting content out there that deserves to be shared. Why not give some of these ideas a try?
1. Quote collection: No matter what subject your website covers, there’s a quote (or, better yet, a collection of quotes) out there that will inspire your readers. Search for “[your industry/topic] quotes” and be sure to provide proper attribution to any you wind up using on your site.
2. Image gallery: Instead of words, fill your blog posts with pictures. If your blog is personal in nature, create galleries based on your own experiences and observations. If it’s for a business website, try a “behind-the-scenes” gallery or a collection of product-related images.
3. Song round-up: Similarly, create a collection of songs that capture a mood or serve some purpose for your audience.
4. Link round-up: Link round-up is an easy way to pack your web properties full of content. In this particular iteration, gather 10 to 20 interesting industry links you’ve encountered online recently and share them with your audience in…
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