3 Blog Topic Generators | Florida Internet Marketing

3 Blog Topic Generators | Florida Internet Marketing

Is blogging a part of your Florida Internet marketing campaign?

If it isn’t, it should be. But as great as blogging is, it can be really difficult to find enough blog topics for a whole years’ worth of posting. Sometimes, they just leap off the screen at us, but other times, it’s struggle street.

Fortunately, there are blog topic generators out there you can use to help inspire you with ideas and suggestions. Here are three in particular that you can try.

Hubspot Blog Topic Generator

This handy tool is completely free to use and very simple to boot. All you need are three nouns that you’d like to write about. You supply the nouns, and it’ll produce blog topics. It’s that simple.

For example, we put in “Florida”, “Internet”, and “Marketing” and it gave us suggestions like:

  • 10 Signs You Should Invest In Marketing
  • 14 Common Misconceptions About Florida
  • How to Solve the Biggest Problems with the Internet

They’re not perfect, but they’re a great start. We can work with these! This is a solid tool and a great starting point.

Answer the Public

Answer the Public is a newer service that gives you a visual element for inspiration. Simply put in the keyword and you’ll get plenty of topics all aligned in a visual format, in the form of questions.

For example, we put in “internet marketing”. We got a slew of questions – 70 in all – that we could use to write topics, including:

  • What are internet marketing techniques
  • Why internet marketing is so important
  • Why use internet marketing
  • What do internet marketing companies do
  • What are internet marketing services

These are all easy to answer, and even if we don’t use the exact question, it’ll get us thinking. This tool does a good job of giving you questions that people actually ask, which will help you write blogs.

Portent Content Idea Generator

Portent offers a content idea generator that is not only useful, but quirky and funny. Supply Portent with a keyword – preferably a singular version – and press enter.

It’ll spit out a four-part title that can range from very useful to snarky and probably not that useful. You’ll also get helpful tips mixed in with sarcastic quotes and humorous sayings. You’ll have to tinker with it a bit, but it’ll help you get your brain’s gears turning – and it’ll probably make you laugh, too.