New To Blogging? Struggling For Content?

New to blogging like me?
Do you have trouble filling the empty spaces on your WordPress editor?
Creating content that engages and attracts readers to your blog?New To Blogging

So, How do you keep the creative juices flowing, to gain consistent traffic and readers?

Everyone is different, we’ve all been there staring at a blank screen, not knowing what to write.
So rather than throwing the laptop through the window, (like me on a few occasions Lol….)
try following a few of these tips to create your blog content.

Before diving into content ideas, a few reminders why I Blog. 

What’s Your Reason To Blog?

  • Blogging is a popular way of communicating and sharing news and information.
  • There are millions of blogs online but don’t panic, you can still stand out and get noticed.
  • It’s a great way to express yourself and share information with others.
  • Improve personally and as a writer.
  • The best reason? (My Favorite)  You can make money doing it! 

Right, that said take a slurp of coffee and let’s get started.

Do You Get Personal In Blog Posts?

Think about what you’ve learned.
Don’t discount your own experiences when thinking about what to write.

Now if you are reading this, I presume that you are interested in learning about blogging, its a high probability that your readers have been in your shoes at some point.
So by talking about your own experiences that you have gone through, your more likely to connect with your reader because they have experienced that stuff too.

Try to relate content to real-life.
This way you can input your own knowledge in your content rather than rehashing someone else’s words and research.

Write about your journey, how you got to where you are today, be honest, be yourself.

You can talk about the struggles you have faced so far in your journey linking the content together.

eg.“ I have struggled with online marketing for years never making more than a little bit of money here and there.” this is true for me.
Then go onto describe how you overcame these problems. For me, it was finding a mentor and learning from them.

Tools You Have Used and Found Helpful

Blogging ToolsIf you have managed to get your own blog up and running online? (Congratulations)
you will have had a few struggles on the way, I know I did the first time I ever tried it, and I am still learning.

You will have used tools to help you achieve this write about them,
Webb hosting is essential to set up your independent blog, write about this.

If you have started a mailing list you could write about this.

I don’t want to digress but if you haven’t started a list you really should I will write a separate post about this.
If you would like to be kept updated when my new posts come out? hop over to the connect with Adam box next to this post,
pop in your details.  I will let you know when I post new content.

You can write about likes and dislikes of the tools you have used,
write about an alternative product you may have found that is preferable to a higher priced product.

If you are a member of a forum that shares good information you can put your own spin on this,
or a paid group that has shared good information.

People love Free stuff if you find something, write and share about this.

I could go on, but I hope you have grasped the idea about how it’s not so difficult to find content for your blog, and the more you write the easier it gets.
I now get a real buzz when I get a new idea, I have learnt to make a note of these straight away, or trust me you will forget, or maybe that’s just an age-related thing.

Making Money From Your Blog

Now I hope you noticed but most of these ideas have something in common, they are nearly all going to be subjects that allow you somewhere in your post content
to add money links, after all, I love to think I have helped someone by sharing good content but its also nice to get some reward for your time and effort.
Important Note: please always concentrate on the content first and not the reward, if you write good content the rewards will follow.



So with all this in mind, what I have written about I have Learnt over the last few weeks on my  Journey through the
Partnership To Success program click the link to watch free training from John Thornhill you will not be disappointed.


To Your Succes




P.s please feel free to leave a comment or contact me if you need help, I will always answer and look forward to reading your thoughts and suggestions.
PP.s Enjoyed reading? learnt something?
Please Hit share Buttons Below thanks.


    10 replies to "New To Blogging? Struggling For Content?"

    • David Wakeman

      Hello Adam,

      This is a good post. Lots of good ideas on what to write about. Struggling with writing is so very common, all you have to do is spend a few minutes looking at other blogs and you start to wonder what you have to contribute.

      We all have something of value to offer. Everyone looks at things from a different angle and that’s what sets us apart.

      I look forward to seeing you in the P2S group.


      • AdamHenderson

        Hello David,
        Many thanks for the feedback on my post very much appreciated I have read your post about the 30-day challenge,
        I was unable to leave a comment though?
        really good idea, something I might adopt myself.
        I do think goal setting is very important to move forward in your plans to your success with your challenge.

    • Tony Tydeman

      Nice informative post Adam. Obviously well planned. Good luck with your endeavour.

      • AdamHenderson

        Hello Tony,
        And thank you for your feedback its good to know when on the right track,
        you’re never 100% sure if what you try to say comes across properly
        To your success

    • Sharon Davis

      Hey Adam, Just dropped in to check out your blog. I am also in P2P. Finally was able to put my first post on there tonight. Just ordered by graphics.
      I have seen many blogs, but documenting the journey is going to be interesting. I like the graphics you are using also. Added a nice touch. thanks for sharing your journey,

      • AdamHenderson

        Hi Sharon, thanks for taking the time to read my post I hope it was helpful.
        I wish you great success with the P2S program follow the training and keep moving forward.
        If you ever need any help please feel free to get in touch.
        To your Success

    • Paul Hayl.ett

      Hi Adam,

      A very thought provoking post, and beautifully written.

      Sadly writers block affects us all, including myself, and I agree that
      being personal and giving reasons that found have and
      haven’t worked for you engage your reader very positively indeed.

      I’ll certainly be back to read some more when you have some new
      content my friend 🙂

      Stay Awesome,


      • AdamHenderson

        Hi Paul, thanks for taking the time out to read my post. It’s always reassuring to find so many people in the same position.
        your welcome any time new content coming soon.

        Kind Regards


    • Martin Roch

      Hi Adam,
      I’m Martin. Thanks for posting these blogging tips.
      I like the section on getting personal. It’s something I’ve been trying to do with my posts.
      Another thing I’ve found that really helps me is to start jotting down ideas as soon as I wake up in the morning.
      I lay in bed and just jot down ideas, using an app called “Simplenote” on my phone.
      I find the first half hour after waking up I’m far more creative than at other times of the day.

    • Karl G

      Hi Adam, as a newbie in Partnership to Success, I was looking for good posts from other participants to read an comment upon. And, being a content freak, your title attracted my eye. It is also very helpful with tips about what to write about. I will follow them. Thanks for posting!
      Karl Goran

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.