How These 8 Post Ideas Turn You into Blogging Superstar

8 Blog Post Ideas to Turn You into Blogging SuperstarContent in blogging is nothing, just nothing than any ordinary thing.

Wow, I am nuts? I kinda feel it time to time but I think I am not nuts in this particular situation where I say content is really not so enough.

Again I am saying that content is definitely, really and especially not enough for your blog.

Okay, I know it is required. Better say content is the foundation of yours blog but really is not something enough to be proud of and to get settled with.

Okay, let me say, I meant write something.

Content is essential for your blog because we blog to express our feelings, our expertise, our tips & tricks so that the person in need can get utmost benefit out of it. To actually solve their issues and problems with our content or even get them inspired.

But seriously the content is nothing other than just a content.


Let me put something in details.

Why I say Content is Just Anything for Your Blog

Because it is. It’s just like nothing but anything and something up on your blog.

Content is going to be just one thing, one basic and fundamental thing. You can assume that content is like a foundation, steeled-pillared foundation where concrete has to pour in to start shaping the building.

When I say a blog is like a building, it is a never-ending and never-completing building and does start with content. And content after content makes the foundation to build up and strengthen up.

The more the content you put in, the more it makes the building to look good and at the beginning you have to invest more and more to make the foundation become strong enough.

So, this is why the content is just about anything. It is just the foundation though. It is necessary yet just one thing counted in your building (blog).

What makes the second and most-important thing other than content in blogging

The audience.

Without the readers, what does your content serve? Why it is even there? Who reads it other than yourself or probably your family members or a few friends or again just yourself on the first day and any day?

If that so. If that’s the case you’ve been experiencing with your blog like no-to-less people are reading your content then you’re at risk, my mate..

You have to try/change the blog types. Flow in blog post ideas!

How should I make my content a read-able

Plain simple. Do what few people do but with some moderation. Less in the quantity but highest in the quality.

Some note-able ideas for blog posts type I observed which I did just one time and only one idea:

1- Mention someone in your next blog post

Yeah, it does work like a charm. Do mention someone. Probably his/her last or any blog post which you liked the most. Write up a related blog post over your place and at the relevant point, stick that blog post. And when published, send that person a shout out through social media sites where you see him/her active with the message that you’re mentioned on my this blog post.

What does it do?

Higher chances that person will land at your place to give in his/her valuable feedback and to have it shared over his/her social media accounts as well. So, lucky enough that you’ll get some chunk of their audience coming to your place.

[Tweet “Mention someone + get his feedback and share = New audience”]

And you can do one or many blog posts from many bloggers. Your choice!

That’s the one idea I did for myself which was successful. That move made me penetrated into the circles’ of both great and friendly bloggers.

Okay, this type of post should NOT be used to spam them. We are not here to spam the fellow bloggers but to make friendly relationship. Appreciate them, appreciate their work, their blogs, their blog posts, their design and anything that inspires you.

[Tweet “Do something remarkable for fellow bloggers and leave the best impression.”]

And in this case I observed to come up with weekly or monthly posts. With it you can feature three, five, seven or ten blog posts which you read in a week or a month and that helped you this much that you’re compelled to share with your own audience. When up, do inform everyone who got featured. And see the magic!

2- Write about tools, the many tools in just one blog post

Okay, not it is the paid reviewing post for one or few tools but just the tools which you use or you think are beneficial for others to use. Such tools may help them with their blogging journey, SEO, focus, social media, self-improvement, etc.

For example, I loved the blog post from Vishveshwar on Sue Anne’s blog where he nicely covered 50 tools for pro bloggers. And I don’t think anyone will deny to share it with each other. What do you say?

Now, when it is published, target the few developers who created the tools through social media sites or their contact page from websites to let them know that their tools got mentioned in your latest blog post. With this, some will definitely come in and shout you out.

When you are related to the tools (must try to be relevant like if a blogger, you mention all the tools in the sense how they will benefit other bloggers), it makes a good impression for the developers and you may get the chances to be featured in their testimonials, blog posts, success stories, and anything you name it with higher chances to get freemiums, trial versions, promotional products, complimentary giveaways, etc..

And then this leads to another phase of new targeted audience who are users and fans of such tools.

[Tweet “Your current audience’s shout out + possible tools providers shout you out + tools-rich hashtags on social media = New targeted audience”]

Such posts get shared and re-shared due to containing a lot of information about different tools which people would like to try if not all but some.

3- Feature a fellow blogger

That’s different than mentioning. You go on and feature his/her journey, your friendship like how it started and when it started, his/her work, services and anything related to his/her profession.

This indeed works. By featuring someone, you’re knocking hard on starting the friendliest phase of the relationship with that person.

And who denies to be featured anywhere?

So, thinking about the name to feature on your blog? Take me if you don’t find anyone instantly. 🙂

When up, shout that person out. It surely will land you many people when gets shared by the featured person, right?

4- Expert roundup

Ask one or series of questions from group of people.

For example, I have a question about blogging and I send it to like 50 bloggers and in return, I get 20 answers so I feature every one of them in my next blog post with the questions and individual answers. Then I send out the link to every one of them to let them know they are mentioned. 🙂

So, this type of blog post has potential to actually be shared by those 20 bloggers, isn’t it? Given the estimation of 20 shares, it can lead into more shares and re-shares from the audiences of those 20 bloggers, correct?

 5- Interview

Conduct an interview. I am not going into details because you may already know how valuable it becomes and how much people love to read an interview.

But there are some guidelines from me:

a– Related person to your topic of blog.

b– Reach them out through their contact form and not through public post up on social media. Email is better because it gives an impression to the person that you gave him/her importance and you’ll get likely have the chance to conduct a successful interview.

Interview posts get shared by the person who got interviewed and it will give his/her audience the perception to read something more about the person. So, a new chunk of folks will stream in to your blog post.

6- Podcast

It’s the new thing, a new style of content. Team up with some excellent folks and get your podcast out. If you already do it, that’s so good. If not, think about adding it in your strategy.

I don’t as well but plan to do sometime sooner. But when it comes to be teaming up for your weekly, fortnightly and monthly podcast, you have to have borrowed some time out of other persons’ schedules.

Plan it in advance. Check with the person who you interest to invite to the podcast session. Okay, this can be done through Skype so most of the time, you are good to run it in the virtual worlds.

When you send an invitation and your plan is to keep the podcasting going for long, ask if they are available for the series of podcast on this and that schedule. And discuss the topic and timing in advance. This is not the HoA (Hangout on Air) session so you can record it in advance and release it later.

Just my instincts that 90% people will accept the invitation. Me either because who wants to turn down such opportunity where you will be explored by the new audience with your voice and share your views about the topic of podcast in real time. 🙂

7- Ask a question to answer

Okay, this is new and an idea, a creative idea actually.

This I spotted at Rohan Chaubey’s place where he answered one of the question fired from his reader at this post.

With Q&A idea, let your creativity spill around you. It is relatively different from Expert Roundup thing because, as per Rohan’s idea, you can ask readers questions and transform them into blog posts. I am so sure Rohan have had gotten many. 🙂

This type of blog posts could comprise upon asking your readers the questions, schedule weekly or monthly blog posts to answer one question per blog post OR you can ask questions from your readers through blog posts, newsletters, polls, contact forms, etc. and answer them one by one OR anything you can think of.

Oh and you got any question to ask from Rohan? Hit him here. 🙂

8- Cover word terms from your field of interest

You know that everyone has different understanding, different thoughts and perceptions for the same things, correct? So, this kind of blog posts are to express your feelings, your hatred, your likes, your dislikes, your grudges, your anger, and everything about the word term(s) you are going to cover per blog post. So, word it all with your own thoughts.

For me, such word terms are good to go and I can make a sweet blog post out of them:

– Themed Link Building

– Algorithm

– Affiliate Merchant

– Blog Network

– And many many many and many more.

Check out this glossary of words from Digital Marketing’s standpoint compiled by Dennis Seymour. It includes so many useful words with their basic introductions which you’re gonna love!

So buddy, blogging superstar sounds astonishing, correct? Then why not become one?

Okay fella, over to you!

I admit that I have to work on too many pointed things. And these are some that I really wanted to share which I am going to adapt for myself soon.

So tell me what you think of the omit 8 blog post ideas? Taking something up and adding in your blogging strategy? Anything you’d like to add/mention/discuss; I am all ears!

Over and out until next blog post!

Happy blogging, blogging superstar!

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Dennis Seymour - May 24, 2015

Thanks for the mention Adeel! Love podcasting right now. I actually want to jump in already lol!

    Adeel Sami - May 24, 2015

    Hello Dennis,

    It’s my pleasure and of course an honor to mention your great piece! Definitely it is worth-sharing-&-mentioning! 🙂

    Yeah, I am in love with podcasting. Not that I do it right now but I listen to many ones on iTunes, SoundCloud or any blog. I got inspired by the podcasting when I once listened to Neal Schaffer back in last winter (I know podcasting is there from long but I am lazy to pick up new trends so late! :)..)

    So, definitely it is going under my soon-to-be-strategy for running the blog! Such things are nice add-ups, ain’t they? 🙂

    Keep teachin’ us! Love everything coming from yours side! 🙂

    See ya often!

    ~ Adeel

Tonmoy Parves - May 24, 2015

Hello Adeel Bro, Thanks for your this article.Really Good one. You know that i am going to launch my new blog soon, So, this one is really helpful for me. I will follow these steps for my own blog specially about Blogger Interview. This one is really just work as magic. I have been following who are doing this. And Honestly i see this is just amazing. thanks for mentions the all points.

Happy Blogging. Have a Good Week end

    Adeel Sami - July 5, 2015

    Hello Tonmoy bro,

    I am sorry for my late reply, been through some odd times..

    Thank you so much for liking the content! I know that you’re already doing great with your new blog!

    I too have to take on some steps I mentioned in the post, so I have the things to catch up for myself. 🙂

    Rock it!

    ~ Adeel

Christy - May 25, 2015

Well first of all thanks for sharing such wonderful post, well indeed all these points for post ideas seems brilliant and I’m sure they bring more exposure to the blogs,

    Adeel Sami - July 5, 2015

    Hello Christy,

    Thank you so much!

    Yup, that’s what I’ve experienced at many other blogs that these types of content do work great for anyone at any stage of their blogging journey, after all our main purpose is to bring in as much people as possible to serve our content to. 🙂

    Thanks again for your contribution, Christy! I see you often! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Yatin Khulbe - May 25, 2015

Hi Adeel
You have quotes some wonderful ways to present a blog post. As I have tried the interview part, I must say it is a wonderful way of interacting bloggers in your niche.
Apart from these lovely ideas, we can also present our ideas by an infographic. Visuals have a tremendous appeal to attract readers. Neil Patel’s is one of the best example
Thanks for this info

    Adeel Sami - July 6, 2015

    Hello Yatin,

    Thank you so much for the compliments!

    Interview is the best thing, no doubt in that! I have yet to try for myself. 🙂

    Infographics are great, too. I am not very good at visuals’ designing but I must seek help from you and Rohan as you guys are good at them. 🙂

    Thank you once again, Yatin! Your contribution always means a lot to me!

    ~ Adeel

Yash Birajdar - May 25, 2015

Hey Adeel

Great Post Man and very helpful too. I really love the way you have mentioned the ideas.

Hats off to your creativity and as I am new many ways are new to me and I will definitely try few of them.

Thank You again for the post.

    Adeel Sami - July 6, 2015

    Hello Yash,

    Thank you so much, mate!

    I am relatively new to the blogging and haven’t tried almost any of them but only have experienced these ideas as I saw them people applying and getting massive success with them.

    And I thank you once again for the lovely words! I don’t think I can write any good but it seems to be working good. 🙂

    See you often! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Jaco Alberts - May 25, 2015

Hey Adeel,

Good information. As you say, especially interviews and podcasts seem to become very popular.

I also like your last two points about asking a question to answer, and about the glossary of words. that’s giving great value to your reader to learn and get information, while at the same time, it gives you a topic to write about.

Thank you for the information.

    Adeel Sami - July 6, 2015

    Hello Jaco,

    Thank you so much for the kind words! And I am happy that you find the content helpful!

    That’s true; those two ideas I extracted from Rohan and Dennis. They both are doing great at them the results are very extravagant.

    True that as many things we notice, we can turn them into a blog post. So, the ideas don’t end up yielding. 🙂

    Thanks again, Jaco! I see you often!

    ~ Adeel

Harleena Singh - May 25, 2015

Hi Adeel,

Informative post indeed, and good to see our Ahaian’s already in full swing here 🙂

Yes, these are wonderful blog post ideas that can work for any blogger. I still have to try the Podcasts and expert roundups, and I know they would work well, though my Interview series are always good as one goes deep into the personal and professional life of the blogger, and not just keeping it all professional, as they too are humans!

Case studies and guide posts do well too, just as the mention of other resources and tools. Linking to others is good, though it should never be done out of friendship, but because the link is related to the post and worthy enough to be linked to. I say this as I see many bloggers linking to each other, not realizing this is taken negatively by Google.

Thanks for sharing this with us. Have a nice week ahead – and hope to see you over the blog too 🙂

    Adeel Sami - July 6, 2015

    Hello Harleena,

    Thank you so much! Yeah, AHA-Now community is really helping so much each other! 🙂

    Yeah, they sure would work great for you as you already have a great and loyal readership and you know that no one would want to miss anything coming from your way. 🙂

    Yup, right that interviews have to be little-off-professional-looking because of we are humans and we want to know how the personal lives of professionals are looking like as well as a glimpse of their professional lives that we don’t know of. About any hidden secrets. 🙂

    I agree that linking to each other should not be done based upon the friendship but the content that is going to really help our audiences. True that forgetting about the standards of SEO and search engines, search engines are always ready to penalize those who over-link and make an impression that the both parties are a private network who keep on linking to each other despite the fact if the content is related to the idea of both blogs, niches, etc.

    Once again, thank you so much for your great input!

    I see you often! And I will be around yours and best of luck with your new blog! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Reginald Chan - May 25, 2015

Hey mate!

Greta article and good job! For me, podcast is powerful but most people failed (I failed once). Why?

It is hard to pull through. The equipments are pretty moderate but in order to create really good voice output, you need tons of tools like Adobe Creative etc.

But hey, it is doable!

Good job for sharing these man.

    Adeel Sami - July 6, 2015

    Hello Reginald,

    Oh wow! You tried the podcast! Great!

    Yeah, these type of things may not work well in the beginning. I am listening to Pat Flynn’s AskPat podcasts recently and I see that most of the people ask about this podcast thing, so it is becoming a red-hot thing people are adapting. 🙂

    I am sure you will kick start the podcast soon in the future, don’t you? 🙂

    Thanks, mate for the appreciation! Means a lot to me!

    ~ Adeel

Ikechi - May 27, 2015

Hi Adeel

Great and interesting post.

I agree that with everyone that podcasts is so powerful. I have recently bought some gear for podcasting but I have not started.

You have listed wonderful ways to do a blog post except for infographs or visuals. I think Video is a great to present a blog post even though you can use videos for all the ideas that you mentioned.

Thanks for sharing. Have a swell week

    Adeel Sami - July 6, 2015

    Hello Ikechi,

    I am extremely sorry of my late reply.

    And I do agree that visuals are the new and best content, videos are too. Some folks do the video reviews of the products, how tos, etc. that people feel convenient performing trouble-shooting steps with them and a lot easier than reading the how-tos in text format.

    BTW, you must try podcast and I know you’d do good at it! 🙂

    Thanks for the add-up into the post! I see you often!

    Have a best week!

    ~ Adeel

Manpreet Kaur - May 28, 2015

Thanks for the point about mentioning the developers etc. the idea is good and that reminded me of a post I have on my blog which have got a great number of views if I had tweeted to the developers about write-up. Will do that now.
Also, podcasts are really getting popular and I do think every blogger should try it and it has been 5 months since I have been thinking on it. Need to get the technical details sorted out and would be ready to go.
Doing link posts are something which can bring you a lot of traffic and they’re complemented with good relationships. It is like admiring the blogosphere and I am gonna start these from this week. Have already penned down a couple of websites I have liked over the past week. One thing bloggers should take care of while doing such posts is linking. One should be careful while giving out dofollow links. Better keep posts like these completely nofollow for giving do follow links for 10 different blogs at one time shouldn’t be done because of SEO.
Great write-up. I really liked the ideas for they can be easily acted upon. Thanks for sharing.

    Adeel Sami - July 7, 2015

    Hello Manpreet,

    Thank you so much for your kind words!

    True that podcast is getting famous day by day and many bloggers are getting their hands on podcasting. I too want to try podasting but not now, it is in my future plans. 🙂

    Round-up posts are certainly great. It can bring you a massive reach to the new audiences directly from the person you included his/her post with having them sharing it on their social lives. 🙂

    Yeah, we have to be extra careful with dofollow thing or else it can hurt badly than serving any good.

    Thanks again, Manpreet, for your great contribution! I wish you best of luck with your podcast! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Bilal Tahir khan - May 28, 2015

Hey Adeel,
very interesting post.i am find how to get idea for post.Thanks for sharing keep up it.

    Adeel Sami - July 7, 2015

    Hello Bilal,

    Thank you so much for appreciation!

    Let me know what you tried how it went for you. 🙂

    Thanks again and I see you often!

    ~ Adeel

Gurpreet - May 29, 2015

Hey Sir
This is really an amazing ideas to get visitors to read out post.I will really use one of them in my new blog post.

Thanks for sharing these ideas.

    Adeel Sami - July 7, 2015

    Hello Gurpreet,

    That’s wonderful! Thanks so much for your kinds words and intending to try any mentioned ones!

    Do let me know which one you tried, where and how was the result? 🙂

    I see you often!

    ~ Adeel

Atul Sharma - May 30, 2015

nice article like it

    Adeel Sami - July 7, 2015

    Hello Atul,

    Thank you so much!

    I hope you might have tried any one them. If so, do tell me how was the result and if you can share that blog post.

    See you!

    ~ Adeel

Swadhin Agrawal - May 30, 2015

Hi Adeel,
Pretty good post. I am sure using these eight techniques no one can run out of blog post ideas.
Some like podcasting requires you to have a good resource before you begin. Like voice quality or even fluency.

I am yet to try podcasting, and featuring a fellow blogger. Will try them for sure 🙂

    Adeel Sami - July 7, 2015

    Hello Swadhin,

    I am honored!! 🙂

    Thank you so much for the appreciation and humble words!

    True that! I, too, have to try out podcast but one major drawback is the fluency but I hope it will improve by the time for sure. 🙂

    Give me a shout out when you initiate podcasting! Would so love to hear it! 🙂

    Thanks and I see you often! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Deep Kumar - May 30, 2015

Hey Adeel,
I am doing blogging because I like blogging and I think this post really helps in become a blogging superstar.What a informative post for bloggers.Thanks for sharing.

    Adeel Sami - July 7, 2015

    Hello Deep,

    Thank you so much for your aspiring comment!

    That’s wonderful to know! Do let me know which ones you tried and their results. I’d be more than happy to know about it. 🙂

    See you often!

    ~ Adeel

Shobha Ponnappa - May 31, 2015

Hey Adeel,
excellent article,

Your introductin to the article was very different from what we get generally.

Absolutely agree with your points – audience is everything in blogging, otherwise the content has no use. You need people to consume it, that is the sole purpose of creating it.

From personal experience, expert roundups and features and mentions are the best ways of getting more attention to our blog posts. Interviews works pretty nicely as well.

    Adeel Sami - July 7, 2015

    Hello Shobha,

    I thank you so much for appreciating it! Really honored! 🙂

    That’s true that audience is what we want and what we aim for when we put our content up so people come in and get full advantages out of it. Piling up content without people’s interaction has no value.

    And that’s more than good to know that you can verify expert round-ups, featuring and mentioning have worked great for you and the interviews as well. 🙂

    Thanks again for your contribution, Shobha! I see you often! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Vicky - June 1, 2015

Roundup posts is kinda trending these days and I must say every blog must post a monthly roundup so that every reader who skipped or missed posts can cover up that too.


    Adeel Sami - July 8, 2015

    Hello Vicky,

    I agree with you. Round-up posts are famous now. It not only lets you connect up with the bloggers you mentioned in round-ups but it makes you stay related that your audience finds you whether your interest is in blogging or else judging by the type of blog posts you have up.

    Thanks for your great contribution!

    See you often!

    ~ Adeel

Chioma - June 2, 2015

HI Adeel,

You are absolutely right that content without an audience is almost useless: Because no one is reading it! Therefore, every blogger should be focused on ways to build a thriving audience through blogging.

Your suggestions for viral blog posts are spot on. I have tried a few of them myself and received a nice spike in traffic. The methods I have tried are interviewing a popular blogger and writing about tools. I am working on writing round-up posts and mentioning a popular blogger in my articles. I believe those would generate terrific traffic, if done well.

Thanks for sharing, Adeel. Look forward to reading more on your blog.


    Adeel Sami - July 8, 2015

    Hello Chioma,

    I am honored to have you on my place! 🙂

    That’s true and that’s the point. We all should be working on devising ways to do one thing with our content: Bring in audience to let our content heal their problems.

    We are writing for others and not just for search engines. No interaction from other people is a probable sign our content is not helpful.

    And I am flattered to know that these ideas are not just ideas but are proven ideas that bring in results because it has worked for you. 🙂

    Thanks once again, Chioma, for your valuable input towards this post and your visit!

    I see you often!

    ~ Adeel

Rohan Chaubey - June 2, 2015

Hi Adeel sir,

Thank you so much for mentioning me in this super amazing post. I was so happy with the response I received for “Ask Rohan” series. I was afraid if anyone would ever be interested in it but I am glad that it was taken well and good questions were sent towards me. 🙂

Thanks for linking to the post and my contact page too. This is something which is hardly tried by anyone. People do podcasts and videos for Q and A but posts featuring the questions by readers is rare to find.

The other post ideas also seem to be profitable if strategically planned. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

~ Rohan Chaubey.

    Adeel Sami - July 9, 2015

    Hello Rohan,

    Buddy, you’re so worth to be mentioned! Everything coming from you is a value! 🙂

    I am glad to know the “Ask Rohan” is that famous in blogging world and what’s best of it? It is that you do a whole post per question which is truly unique. Yeah, the videos and podcast are too common now for answering but you know that written text is a gem. Anyone can easily find the detailed answers to the questions in searching online.

    Keep on rockin’ and shinin’! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Kimsea Sok - June 2, 2015

Adeel, It was a really nice tips about how to become superstart. Actually, I read a lot of bloggers that famous bloggers wrote about the content, but I love what you said. I heard a lot of bloggers said Content is King, but I not so relized on that..

Blogging is more than writing, if we just use content is as single tool for fights with other bloggers in amount of millions blogger who wrote the content everyday. I think that it is not enough to go.

Actually, blogging is art…, and it is high art business. It requires to do many thing more then just writing. Sure, I love what you wrote here, they are some ways to build community and become a superstart…

Thanks for sharing..

    Adeel Sami - July 14, 2015

    Hello Kimsea,

    Definitely! Content writing for the sake of content won’t head us close to anything we expected. It is that we have to devise ways to turn them into ideas that content does not look boring at all.

    With constantly tweaking the ideas and mixing things up and together, we can certainly do great with our content.

    If we take the content as writing words only and add one or two images, it it not like that .. at least not now in this digital world where everyone is doing something different than other. It is the time to make the ideas a reality and change the meaning of content altogether.

    Thanks for your great words, Kimsea! I see you often! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Worli - June 3, 2015

Hello Adeel,

Excellent Post! It is often difficult to continue to come up with fresh, unique and interesting ideas for your blogs. I also write about many tools in a single post but never approached its developer. Next time when i do that i will surely let them know that their tools has been mentioned on my blog post.

Thanks for sharing!

    Adeel Sami - July 9, 2015

    Hello Worli,

    For that, yes! We can get hit with writing block so it is best that we don’t and have some idea preplanned that no such time ever hit us. 🙂

    I am glad to find you already are working on one of the idea. Do let me know with the results after you contacted the developers of the plugins/tools.

    Thanks for the appreciation!

    See you often! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Enstine Muki - June 4, 2015

These are powerful post ideas buddy. I practically use most of them especially featuring bloggers and the results are quite impressive.

I’m yet to get into podcast. I have listened to many and think it’s the next big idea for bloggers

Thanks for giving us value bro

    Adeel Sami - July 9, 2015

    Hello Enstine,

    Sup? Thank you so much for coming over my place! 🙂

    Yeah, you’re pretty great at practicing many ideas and I know results are more than awesome out of trying any one! 🙂

    I’d definitely love you take on podcast and I second that it is the next big thing in blogging world.

    Thanks for your valuable contribution! I wish you lots of success! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Tushar - June 4, 2015

Great post mate,

I’m new here and I found this post very helpful. I must admit I’ll have to bookmark this post so that I could implement the same on my blog.


    Adeel Sami - July 8, 2015

    Hello Tushar,

    I am honored! Thank you so much for your great supporting words! And I welcome you to my place!

    I’d be more than happy to know which ones of the ideas you tried and how were the results. 🙂

    Thank you once again for appreciating! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Emebu - June 5, 2015

Hi Adeel,
Your 8 points are indeed awesome, however, numbers 1, 2 and 3 are my take; this 3 points, if well utilized will soon make you a star in the blogging industry.
Thank you so much for cooking this.

    Adeel Sami - July 8, 2015

    Hello Emebu,

    Thank you a lot! 🙂

    I so agree with your statement. The first 3 ideas can make you well noticed and popular amongst blogging community and you’re doing real great! 🙂

    Thank you once again for your input!

    See you often!

    ~ Adeel

Nanda Rahmanius - June 5, 2015

Hi Adeel,

Informative post, indeed! 🙂

You are very right. If we use these ideas, then we will get traffic from many sources. Actually I have plans to write a roundup post for my next article.

When you say that the roundup post is a good post idea, I feel like I’m on the right path. 😉

Honestly, I have not used a podcast to my blog yet. Maybe, someday I will use it and see what I get when using it..hehe

Thanks for sharing this with us, Adeel.
Have a great weekend!


    Adeel Sami - July 11, 2015

    Hello Nanda,

    And you did so great with your round-up post, isn’t it? 🙂

    I do hope that as many of these ideas you try out, it can benefit more and more with every try.

    Podcast is a hot thing but yeah, not everyone has tried it but definitely have plans to take it on in future, correct? 🙂

    Thanks so much for the great supporting words, Nanda! I see you often! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Alize Camp - June 16, 2015

I’m agree that content is big thing for your blog because when you have an excellent article, people came, read and share to other readers and make the post to more popular. So with the help from readers, you will get many more readers and benefits.

    Adeel Sami - July 9, 2015

    Hello Alize,

    I second you! Content is everything that we want our readers to solve their problems with.

    In the beginning of blogging journey, bloggers find troubles getting readers land on blogs. So, such type of blog posts can help much to get benefited from the people and resources who are mentioned.

    Thanks for your contribution, Alize! I see you often! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Akaahan Terungwa - June 18, 2015

Hi Adeel,

You have supremely amazing content here; content that will definitely turn anyone who heeds into a blogging superstar 🙂

Sincerely, your content is superb for a newbie – do keep it up!

Akaahan Terungwa

    Adeel Sami - July 9, 2015

    Hello Akahaan,

    Thank you so much for appreciating it – Means a lot to me!! 🙂

    I see you very often! 🙂

    Have a best day!

    ~ Adeel

Philip Verghese Ariel - June 18, 2015

Hi Adeel,
I an sorry. I missed this wonderful post.
You very well presented the great ideas all bloggers should make note!
Yes, as you said, content and audience are two very essential ingredients in blogging, ! We need to concentrate on that, of course the other ideas too are valuable.
Nice to see you today at Enstine’s place!
Congrats! Indeed a great achievement.
Keep it up.
Keep sharing.
Good Wishes.

    Adeel Sami - July 11, 2015

    Hello Philip,

    I apologize for my this late response.

    And I am thankful of you appreciating it, this post is the result which I observed on many great blogs like yours. 🙂

    Audience is the biggest one because they are those we write for and we don want t keep coming to our blogs to consume content in future.

    And thank you so much, Philip! It is indeed a great achievement getting featured on Enstine’s blog! Truly honored! 🙂

    See you often!

    ~ Adeel

M-Minhaj - June 20, 2015

Hi Adeel bro,

Excellent article what i want to say you! These great 8 Post Ideas is really powerful which will surely help every blogger!
Yes, Expert roundup works amazingly. Content is always king what we know. By creating quality content we can engage readers. But, it’s not all after creating content! We need proper content promotion to reach our audience.
And, asking question also a good blogging strategy for blogger.
However, thanks for sharing your great article with us.
Would love to know more from you! Keep it up bro.
If you don’t mind i want to ask you a question bro.
Where from you are?
Would love to know. ( I talked online with a person name Adeel yesterday )

    Adeel Sami - July 9, 2015

    Hello Minhaj bro,

    I am flattered, thanks so much for the powerful supporting words! 🙂

    Right that content has the key point in blogging but we need to try out something different, something changed from the traditional ways to just write and write. The more ideas we think of, the more we have chances to have folks land on our blogs as well as getting noticed in the blogging world.

    I am thankful of you tat this post is useful to you! 🙂

    Sure, that’s no problem. I am from Pakistan. 🙂

    I see you often, brother! 🙂

    ~ Adeel

Ajay Kumar - June 29, 2015

Its really an awesome article and helpful too. It gives me an idea on how much i have to work on my blog articles one again thank you for your great article and read your story on “enstine muki” blog you are good man respect.

    Adeel Sami - July 8, 2015

    Hello Ajay,

    Thank you so much for your kind words! And I am happy to see you at my place! 🙂

    Yes, some ideas are easy to adapt so I do hope they will bring you great results. Do let me know which one you tried and how it went? 🙂

    And thanks a lot for that! I am really honored being featured on Enstine’s blog! It was not less than a dream came true! 🙂

    Thanks again and I see you often!

    ~ Adeel

Leslie Denning - June 30, 2015

Hello Adeel. I found your blog on Triberr, and this post caught my eye. I plan to put your 8 points on a NotePad and stick it on my desktop.

I’ve done a number of these kinds of posts, but I haven’t done any that involve reaching out to someone, such as interviews or expert posts. I must overcome my shyness and do that, as I know many influential bloggers that would be a welcome addition to my blog.

Thanks for sharing these ideas.

All the best,

    Adeel Sami - July 9, 2015

    Hello Leslie,

    Thank you so much for coming over my place, I welcome you! And I am really honored! 🙂

    Oh, that’s wonderful that you already have tried many of them. How was the results if you care to share. 🙂

    Interviews and round-up posts are great and are effective ways to reach out and be opened in blogosphere. You should try them as I hardly think anyone will not want to be interviewed and share their advices. 🙂

    Good luck and I see you often!

    ~ Adeel

Rahul Yadav - June 30, 2015

You write really very well, thanks for the information.
Keep writing such informative, I am a big fan of your blog.
Thanks for sharing.

    Adeel Sami - July 8, 2015

    Hello Rahul,

    I am grateful of you saying it and visiting my place, thanks so much! 🙂

    I hope to see you more often!

    To your success!

    ~ Adeel

Mike - home cleaning orlando - September 22, 2015

Good read! Still kinda new to blogging, so I love any advice I can get. I like the “ask a question” idea”, I feel like that’s a great way to get readers involved. Thanks again for the great advice!

    Adeel Sami - October 7, 2015

    Hello Mike,

    Welcome to the blogging! I am so hopeful you’re enjoying your new experience!

    And thank you so much for your input and this post brought up some good ideas for you!

    Thanks once again! And I see you more often.

    ~ Adeel

Ikhtiar Hossain - October 15, 2015

Thanks for your this great article. I was just checking your Facebook Page and got your this article. Really Good one indeed. By reading your this article just learn the points to many thing for my blog. I am going to open my new brand blog. I will lunch soon. I will follow your these tips for my brand blog.

Happy Blogging. Have a Good Week End

rai - October 17, 2015

Hi ! i have recently find your blog and its just awesome.Got a lot of unique and informative stuff here .
thanks a lot and keep sharing up.Good Luck!

Christina Lynn - December 4, 2015

Hello Adeel!
A great collection of tips here. Seriously, I need to take heed of this advice, as I need to seriously push myself out there.
I’m doing some of them already, but a lot of your tips I find myself doing half heartedly and without any sort of conviction.
I’m with you on the consistent and persistent this article. I know exactly what I’m getting when I jump across here, and I know what you and your blog is all about. It’s definitely consistent, and it’s 100% persistent.

Christina Lynn

Chris - December 5, 2015

Awesome Post !

Great Points…
i really like interviews on blog that keeps me motivated.

Thanks a lot !

Dhruv Tiwari - February 19, 2016

Good information. As you say, especially interviews and podcasts seem to become very popular.

I also like your last two points about asking a question to answer, and about the glossary of words. that’s giving great value to your reader to learn and get information, while at the same time, it gives you a topic to write about.

Emenike Emmanuel - November 16, 2016

Thanks Sami for sharing this. I’m definitely going to apply some of this strategies you mentioned here, especially featuring on bloggers and tools I’m using on my business blog. I know most entrepreneurs who read my blog post will find it interesting if I do that.

Paramjot Singh - November 23, 2016

Hello, Adeel.

Awesome article brother. I’m following these all strategies for a long time and really these all are working very well.

Especially, mentioning other Bloggers in articles is superb one from all above points. Keep sharing your knowledge. I would love to read this type of more articles in the future. 🙂

– Paramjot Singh [MyBloggerGuides.com]

Joseph Chikeleze - December 1, 2016

Hello Adeel,
this list is dope – you listed all ideas that work like charm in blogging .

Like you said, interview is another way to increase both blog traffic and blog conversion. Interview is a way to show more expertise in your niche – it helps to share the authority of the person you interviews to your blog.

Nice guide though. Do have a nice day bro

Aysha Haque - December 15, 2016

Hello Adeel!

Great post on blogging post ideas! Love the article! Yes, Expert roundup is really effective. I got a lot of success by implementing this tips!

Anyway, thanks a lot for sharing an useful post!
Happy blogging.

sajid - December 19, 2016

Great piece of content adeel, but the problem is if someone is not in blogging or SEO niche like you are.

How can he follow these

like taking interviews etc

I have such a general niche, couldn’t think of anything like this.

Nikhil Makwana - January 11, 2017

#3 to #5 are killer, It is so important to feature a fellow blogger and take expert roundup. Group discussion is the best way to get the quick solution of our problems and build up a strong relation with our niche blogger. and nothing better than making our mistakes transparent to the readers and fellow blogger.

Thank you for sharing a superb article.


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