Side Hustle Spark 261: Interesting keyword/topic research tool–Answer the Public

Not easy to read, but this is a visualization of just the 46 side hustle-related questions generated by answerthepublic.com. Right-click and download the image to get a better look at the result or click the screenshot below for a 5-page PDF of the entire 326 results.

If you want a different approach to keyword research for blog topics or product or marketing ideas, give this site a try.

Side Hustle Spark 253: Topic ideas from Blog Tyrant–hack list, expert roundup, and more

I really do appreciate Blog Tyrant.

This 2019 post19 Different Types of Blog Posts That Work For Any Niche is a prime example of evergreen content that you might want to revisit every month.

I know I’ve been banging the ‘blog post’ drum a bit lately, but I’m hoping one or more ideas will resonate with you.

Forge ahead!

Side Hustle Spark 251: Testimonial to-do’s from Copyblogger

Pamela Wilson from Copyblogger shares some very pointed suggestions–complete with examples–on how to maximize the value of customer testimonials.

Click the word cloud for the entire post.

As is often the case with Copyblogger content, Pamela’s content could easily comprise a mini-course.

(Easy to sound like a fan-boy when it comes to their stuff.)

A few of her other tips:

  • “Too many testimonials? Run them in columns.”
  • “Break up that wall of text by adding lots of returns so the testimonial is easy to skim.”
  • Placing testimonials in a slider is like saying, ‘I’m shy about my testimonials so don’t look at them for too long, OK?‘”

Side Hustle Spark 248: One-topic Series, Content-Locked Post and other blogging ideas

Bloggingwizard.com shares this lengthy infographic of 60 Blog Post Ideas For Entrepreneurs, Marketers, And Businesses.

*DO* scroll below the image as Elna Cain comments and includes relevant examples for each suggestion. She also encourages visitors to save and reuse this helpful graphic.

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Question: So, SideHustleCurator, you’ve already offered other lists of blog post ideas. Why repeat this topic?

Answer: Every resource resonates differently with each visitor. Each list includes at the very least a few notions unique from the others. Each of these posts most likely shows up on varying results pages.

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I hope this helps!

Forge ahead!