January 04, 2012

Super Secret Way to Find Content To Write About

Posted by Vimal Dwivedi at 9:03 PM


There are so many ways to find out content to write about , but some are kept hidden by Bloggers , I have came across one of the secrets recently about exploring new content and it’s really an awesome way to find content for your blog post or An eBook you are willing to write but lacking with the content.

I am glad to inform you all, that the secret is not gonna be secret anymore because you are going to read about this here.

The Secret Way

If you're struggling with figuring out what to write about, whether it's for your next blog post, or that eBook you're working on, try this method out:

1. Go to Amazon.com and type in keywords that are related to your niche. For example, if your site or eBook was about flyfishing, you'd type in flyfishing in the search field.

2. Locate the top books in the search results, and click on one of them. This will open up the page that shows you what it's about, how much it costs, etc.

3. Look inside the cover. The cool thing that Amazon does is that it shows us the first few and the last few pages of most of their books. And what page is always shown when you "look inside"?

The Table Of Contents

The table of contents will show you exactly what kinds of things people are talking about within that niche. So, for our flyfishing example, in one of the top books, I see the following:

Part 1: Flyfishing

1. Introduction

2. Understanding Fly Tackle

3. How to Fly Cast

4. Fly-Fishing Tactics

5. The Biology of Fish

...and so on and so forth.

Now, you don't want to just copy each of these parts of the table of contents verbatim and use them yourself. They are too general! They should, however, give you ideas on what you can write about.

So for example, here are some blog post titles or chapters of eBooks that I've derived just from this part of the table of contents:

5 Types of Fly Fishing Tackle and the One That Works Best

What Exactly Triggers a Fish to Eat Your Artificial Lure

Why That Fish Won't Even Look at Your Fly

The Beginner's Guide to Casting a Fly Rod

How to Practice Fly Casting

8 Fly-Fishing Tips to Give Yourself the Best Chance to Catch Fish

Advanced Fly Tackle - For Serious Fisherman Only

You get the idea.

We're basically getting a boost of inspiration from looking inside the covers of these books. If you think about it, a lot of money went into helping the authors figure out how to organize and determine what they were going to write about, so now you can use that as your own starting point to make even better content for your eBook or blog.

So try it out. Go to Amazon, enter a keyword, look inside the covers, find the table of contents, and get inspired.

I hope you've enjoyed this tip. There are definitely more to come. Thanks, and best of luck to you! Cheers!

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