How to find something to write about
Quote by Marty Rubin: “Write, and youll find something to write; love...”
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How Do Writers Know What They Want to Write About?
Here are some of the ways I come up with interesting topics in order to keep readers engaged, informed, and coming back for more. Staying up-to-date with the latest events in your industry is not always a matter of a quick Google search. Google News only indexes a limited number of websites for its web searches and even fewer for its News aggregator. It helps tremendously to research the demographics of your favorite news websites and determine some of the most recognized brand names in the industry as well as well-known commentators associated with that industry. Because some of the best conversation starters are trending on social media. They may not come from a reliable news source, but do these topics generate interest?
In the search for story-worthy ideas, most writers are sidelined by occasional bouts of creative myopia. The secret to cultivating writing inspiration is to go out and hunt it down—in unexpected places. You can prowl the Internet, but the best writing ideas come from face to face interaction with people. The following writing techniques work because they dynamite you out of your routine ways of thinking and dealing with the world. Ask experts to explain how ordinary things work, preferably things invisible to the public. What happens to recycled plastic? How do wine aerators work?
Fictional Things To Write About
You know you should write, you know your readers are expecting to hear from you. But sitting down to crank out another post is like throwing your bucket down the creative well and coming up with nothing but mud. Some grizzled veterans like to say you have to write whether you feel like it or not. Somehow, you have to find it, and you have to keep finding it for as long as you have a blog. Here are 10 tricks that have worked for me:.