Running out of Topics to Blog about? Follow These 5 Simple Steps

writers block

No matter how good of a writer or marketer you are, eventually you will run out of ideas to blog about. It’s just a matter of time.

It happens to all of us… including me.

What should you do when this happens? Throw in the towel and quit?

Of course, not! Just follow the steps below, and you’ll start generating tons of new ideas and concepts for your blog.

Step #1: Walk away from the computer

Sure, you can generate ideas by surfing the web, but some of your best ideas won’t come from the web.

For example, the top 3 most commented blog posts on Quick Sprout are about my personal experiences – lessons I’ve learned over the years.

So, start thinking about all the mistakes you’ve made over the years and what you’ve learned from them. I bet you can actually create a blog post based on these lessons.

Here are a few tips on how to make it work:

  • Don’t focus on success – it’s hard for other people to learn from your successes. On the other hand, when you write about your failures, people can learn from your mistakes and avoid making them.
  • Be detailed – sharing your experiences without the details is useless. Don’t be ashamed of any mistakes you have made – we all make them. Instead, be fully transparent so others can learn.
  • Make it actionable – when I share stories from my past, I like to tell you not only what I’ve learned, but also what you can do to prevent the mistakes I’ve made.

Step #2: Look under your nose

Some of the best ideas are right under your nose. All you have to do is start spying on your competition.

Just take your competitor’s URL, type it into the homepage of Quick Sprout, and then click on the “Social Media” tab at the top of the report.

What’ll you see is a report that looks like this:

social media

The report will list all the pages on your competitor’s site and the number of social shares each page has. You can even sort the list by popularity of each page on all major social media platforms.

This information is useful because it shows you what topics your visitors want to read. You can then take those topic ideas and see if you can come up with variations of them.

For example, I got the idea for this blog post from Copyblogger. They wrote a post that did well. The post was titled 5 Ways to Prevent Business Burnout When Your Inspiration Starts to Flicker.

I then took that title and created a few variations from it:

  • 5 Ways to Prevent Blogging Burnout When Your Inspiration Starts to Flicker
  • Running out of topics to blog about? Here’s what you should do when your inspiration starts to flicker
  • Running out of topics to blog about? Follow these simple steps
  • Running out of topics to blog about? Follow these 5 simple steps

If you use a similar process, you should be able to generate ideas quickly.

Step #3: Surf the web, systematically

Just like Google is a search engine you use to find answers to almost anything out there, Buzzsumo is a search engine that helps you come up with ideas to blog about.

All you have to do is type a phrase into Buzzsumo, and it will show you a list of all the blog posts that contain that phrase from around the web. It displays those posts in order of popularity.


Now, you can go to Step #2 and spin the titles Buzzsumo shows you.

When picking articles from Buzzsumo, keep a few things in mind:

  • Don’t pick very recent ideas – unless you spin the title a lot, don’t copy the titles published only a month or two ago.
  • Search for similar topics – the best way to come up with content marketing ideas, for example, is to search beyond the phrase “content marketing.” Also search for: seo, social media, and other related phrases. Keep this in mind when searching for phrases related to your industry.
  • Sort by social channel – Buzzsumo allows you to sort the results by total shares or by a particular channel. Sort by the social channel where most of your readers are hanging out.

Step #4: Outline before you write

Just because you have a topic or an idea to blog about doesn’t mean you’ll be able to create a blog post around it. Sometimes, you just don’t have enough information to make a great blog post out of an idea…

For this reason, you shouldn’t start writing your post until you create an outline. Here’s how I structure my outlines:

  • Start with a title – once you have your title, it’s much easier to write a blog post. Just follow steps 1 through 3 to come up with a title.
  • Introduction – write an introduction, 2-3 paragraphs, that explains what you will discuss in the post. You should pose a question within the introduction to hook your readers.
  • Body – list the main points you want to discuss. Make sure there are enough points, or else you’ll have a short post.
  • Conclusion – summarize what your readers should have learned from your post. This way, if they skim your post, they can get the gist of it from the conclusion.

Assuming your outline looks good, you can now turn your idea into a solid blog post. If your outline is a bit skimpy, you either need to expand it or dump it and move onto the next topic.

Step #5: Ask and engage

My favorite way to come up with blog post ideas is to listen to you. Every time I write a blog post, I ask a question at the end.

Doing this encourages you to leave a comment, and in many cases, those comments suggest ideas. Even when you don’t suggest an idea through a comment, you ask questions that could be expanded into blog posts.

For example, someone left a comment the other day, asking what a newbie should do to get started in conversation optimization. That question spurred the creation of this blog post.

And if that strategy doesn’t work for you because you don’t have enough comments on your blog, you can use Qualaroo to ask your visitors what you should write about.


You’ll see what the most common topics your visitors want you to blog about are. And if enough people want you to blog about a particular topic, you know there is enough demand for you to start writing about it.


If you follow the 5 steps above, you’ll never run out of ideas to blog about. Your own web research and your visitors’ feedback will keep giving you fresh topics.

Blogging isn’t rocket science, and there is no reason for you to ever have to deal with writer’s block. I follow the steps above, and I can say it works well. Just look at this blog post. I created it by using steps 2, 4, and 5.

So, what do you do when you have writer’s block? How do you consistently come up with new ideas to blog about?

P.S. If you need help coming up with blog topics go here.


  1. Hello Sir,

    After a long gap, I’m here to drop a comment. 🙂

    It’s just awesome, Experts are always suggest something similar but you always appeared with something new and unique.

    Thanks for these great tips.

    • Yea Fakharuddin, that’s how Neil is ! You’ll always get something interesting and useful here. Something which makes this place “out of crowd”. That is the reason why I have been enjoying it for past couple of weeks and have never missed a single post.

      Now coming back to Neil’s post….

      Hi Neil !

      You have made a good collection of steps to follow. Though I agree with most of your points but I would like to add few more from my side.

      Whenever, I run out of topic I just look back and see whether there is need of update in any old post. And luckily I come up with a solid idea to write cross posts for my popular articles. For e.g “Content Marketing Strategy for Facebook” can be “Content Marketing Strategy for Twitter” and so on….

      By the way, thanks for sharing !

    • Fakharuddin & Rahul,
      Thanks for the great feedback. I am glad I could help.

      Rahul, to your point — you’re right. It’s great to repurpose old content to see what works best. Looking forward to hearing much more from you.

  2. Personally I find that most of my best blog topic ideas come when I’m actually away from work and free to think without any other distractions. I always keep a notepad near by so that I can jot the ideas down and add them to a spreadsheet later.

    I’ve now got a spreadsheet containing hundreds of blog topic ideas that I regularly keep topped up so that I can refer to it if I ever can’t think of something to write about.

    Scanning through competitors blogs is also particularly useful so I don’t know where I would be without Feedly.

    • Luke, that is interesting. I have been reading a lot of literature on that topic. They say you get your best ideas during your brain’s down hours — showering, cooking, etc..

      It’s a good time for your brain to refresh and come up with creative ideas in my opinion.

  3. Christopher Pontine :

    Hey Neil,

    I finally checked out buzzsumo and thought it was quite a nice website to use to generate different topics to write on.

    Overall though my number one route after discovering title ideas is to head over to portent title maker and enter certain keywords to come up with some titles with my own spin.

    Also, thanks though on talking about the tool you offer on here, I didn’t realize it had these features.

    Have a great day,

    Christopher Pontine

    • Christopher, I was just as surprised when I first discovered it. It’s a great tool that many people often overlook. Let me know if you find any other useful ways to utilize it.

      • Christopher Pontine :

        Hey Neil,

        Yeah amazing. I passed this along to a web forum and the webmaster even chirped in that it’s cool. I

  4. Actually I am completely out of ideas for my blog, Thanks for this, this will definitely help….

  5. I want to add twitter in the list, just follow your competitors and influencers and you will get bunch of ideas.

  6. Insured Profit :

    Neil. For me it’s obvious that I hardly find a perfect topic to blog about. I normally dig around forums and find topic to write about. Because there are plenty of people asking for help.


    • That’s a great place to work. Ultimately you want to solve problems for people. Forums are always a great place to start.

  7. I guess I am one of the fortunate ones… this has never happened to me. But that is because I always “blog what I learn.” Even now I have 20 drafts just waiting to finish writing. For me finding the time to write is the problem lol.

  8. Randy Kauffman :

    Your post must have gotten a lot of hits to your web analyzer. I tried using it twice but couldn’t get any results. Thanks for the great post though.

    • Randy, glad I could help.The analyzer definitely got a lot of hits early on. Looking forward to hearing much more from you.

  9. Neil, thanks for your tips.

    I’ll add more from my experience.

    1. I have a file with post ideas that I add to each time I get inspired. The trick is that it can happen any time. Even right in the middle of the sentence that you are reading on a blog that is not even related to a business.

    2. This requires a good associative thinking. But if you have one, always have at hand a pen and a paper (or a relevant mobile application).

    3. Besides, having a strategic aim (it’s kept in mind) for your blog or business helps a lot when ideas are generated in your brain.

    4. Spending some time on reading materials (audiobooks books in my case) not even related directly to your business may be useful both for ideas generation and adjusting your strategy. The trick is that your brain on subconscious level can do a lot of work for you to solve a problem at the time when you are not focusing directly on this problem.

    6. Once you have a list of ideas, the only problem will be to choose the best idea from your list to write about 😉

    7. Ideas may need to be kept for a while to mature. So put a new idea in the list. And after some time read through your list and add/improve new ideas. When you think it’s time. Right the post about it.

    8. If you want to work on your ideas seriously, use mind mapping tools.

    9. These tricks can be used not only for blog post ideas, but for developing new businesses.

    • Michael, your ideas and suggestions are always so great and in-depth. I can count on you to always provide a bunch of extra ideas. I really like tip number 4. I feel like people don’t pay attention enough to their subconscious mind. The thoughts that float around in there are important.

  10. I get a lot of ideas when I’m drifting off to sleep at night. I should start keeping a notebook on my night stand so that I can write some of them down. I also get a lot of ideas for topics by playing “mad libs” with some of my successful blog posts.For example, if my post about Spaghetti Westerns on Netflix Instant was popular, I’d convert that to “Movie Genre on Movie Delivery Service” and then mad lib those two phrases to come up with something like “Italian Horror Movies on YouTube”.

    I’ll be using some of the ideas you mention in your post, too, Neil–great post.

    • Randy, it’s funny you say that because I am exactly the same. Some of my best ideas come as I am drifting in and out of sleep. It’s good to keep a notepad handy. Let me know how it all works out for you!

  11. Deepanshu Gahlaut :

    Great article Neil! I have started my personal blog few months back and currently I’m running out of the idea to blog about. I search for the terms at random in Google and look for the keyword suggestion, then usually I try to blog about.

    Thanks for introducing Buzzsumo (Of what I was unaware of!). Now I think, I never run out of the idea to blog.

    • Deepanshu, glad I could help. I really think Buzzsumo will help you amplify your efforts. Looking forward to hearing much more from you!

  12. I get a lot of ideas while I’m reading other blogs. I am often able to relate another writer’s post to a problem my client is experiencing. I put the topic and an outline into my WordPress editorial calendar. Each day I look at my editorial calendar to see what topic I have scheduled.

    Thanks for the good post and the tips about Buzzsumo and Quicksprout/social analytics


    • Rob, It’s great that you utilize an editorial calendar. I think it’s vital to see what topics are trending and what is going on and jot them down — for future use. Looking forward to hearing much more from you.

  13. is a great resource for finding topics to write about. By searching the social world, you can get a sense for what others are sharing and interested in.

  14. Thanks for sharing the tips about Buzzsumo

  15. One of the FIRST challenges you usually face as a new blogger is “topic block” which I think is surprising to most people.

    If you look at many successful bloggers including Neil, they are able to transition from writing fairly generic “overview” posts – to capitalizing on experiences, and writing about current successes and failures. Making this transition is key because it gives you new things to write about on a daily basis – almost organically.

    • Kevin, I like that term “topic block” I avoid topic block by constantly sharing personal experiences. I look forward to hearing much more from you!

  16. Thank you so much ! Never knew about Buzzsumo learn way to much from your blog ! keep it going:)

  17. Hey Neil,

    I’ve been a big fan for a long time and referred you and Quick Sprout to many people and this post is another great example of why.

    Buzzsumo looks like a great tool, (kind of reminds me of Post Rank before Google bought them ) and I’m looking foward to using this tool to step up my content marketing.

    Another tool that I’ve been using for ideation that has been very helpful is BlogAbout from Impact Branding and Design. I’ve used this blog title generator with many of my writers and we have seen a nice lift in the KPIs for their blog posts and mine.

    Here is a link for your readers;

    Thanks again for all the great info you share, you make my job as a digital marketer easier every day!


    • Ken, thanks for sharing your tool. I think it will definitely be helpful when it comes to generating catchy titles. I want to impress upon people that title generation should often times be done without the use of tools. However, they are definitely helpful — and shouldn’t be discounted.

    • So glad to hear you’ve found BlogAbout helpful, Ken!

      The whole idea behind its conception was to create something that more accurately aligned with the brainstorming process. It’s a little messy and requires your participation.

      Keep on blogging! (And great post, Neil!)

  18. Very useful post Neil – thank you. I also find having an ole fashioned notebook (or Google Keep, evernote etc) just jotting down ideas as they come to you in the course of your daily life, especially those moments when you are away form the “tools”, on walks, meetings, drives etc. Sometimes the best and most original ideas come when you least expect them. After a while you can look back at the list and then when you feel you are suffering from writers block, just go over the list and pick something or tweak it.

    • Raph, I think at the end of the day taking time away from a screen really gives you time to evaluate your thoughts — that’s when the real creativity comes into play.

  19. Another great post as always Neil.

    Thanks for taking the time to post up!

  20. Thank you Neil for letting me know about Buzzsumo. A great resource. Thanks for the post as well. Well written and stimulating as always

  21. Great suggestions Neil, and I like how you even plug other major blog sites without hesitation (shows your confidence in your brand).

    I would also like to recommend that everyone keep a pen and pad on their nightstand. Many of my best ideas come to me when I am completely relaxed and about to doze off. In fact, I’ve wrote a short post about this a few years ago which can be found at for those who may be interested.

    And of course, the bathroom can also be one of the most inspiring places, however I’m sure most people seldom visit that room without a smart phone in hand lol.

    Thanks again Neil.

    • David, I think giving credit where it’s due is essential. As you mentioned it shows confidence — it also provides a context for how all your efforts come together.

      The bathroom is a place where I get a lot of inspiration too.

  22. Hi Neil

    Once again you nailed it.

    What are factors you consider if you wish to guest post on other blogs?

    Have a great week.

  23. Thanks for the suggestions, followed here through email post I had just received.

  24. Thank you So Much for Valuable Post. Regards,

  25. This is Good, Neil..Thanks for sharing these tips..Some I already do when I get “stuck”..Ha! It happens to all of us.The pen & pad, funny you should mention that..Ha! Someone once told me to always keep a pen & note pad with me..just never know when that great idea will pop up..

    Thanks, your post are always full of “good ideas”

    • Janice, glad I could help and share. I think finding a quiet spot to really formalize and think about what you want to write about is essential. Let me know if you need any help along the way.

  26. I agree with this “Some of the best ideas are right under your nose. All you have to do is start spying on your competition.” But seriously sometime it takes so much time to finalize the topic. I hope buzzsumo will save my time. Thanks!

  27. #2 I learnt about a while ago, here ofcourse. Every now and then I will just pull the data of one of my competitors, and it works out fine. The buzzSumo one I will be throwing in the mix, see if I can get some interesting stuff out of it.

    Thanks again for constantly feeding us great tips Neil.

    • Lisander, glad I could help. I think competitive data at the end of the day is rich and full of insights — great place to start.

  28. Thanks for great post and tip about buzzsumo!

  29. Hi Neil,
    Another great tip. I get my best ideas when i walk round my living room with some cool music turned on. Currently, one article made me get huge media attention and am now the bride of most media outlet. Every blogger must follow your pattern of writing articles, it will help and for me, i love how you conclude because it sparks off conversation with your audience. I have seen many blogger make this mistake. I strongly believe that content marketing is not a one way traffic.

    • Johnson, sounds like you are on the right track to success — if you haven’t gotten there yet.

      I think finding a quiet place to work is essential. Looking forward to hearing much more from you.

  30. I really have a bad case of writer’s block right now. I feel like it’s permanent. LOL.

    The distractions of other projects makes my “thinking” time much lesser so that’s one more thing I need to fix.

    Thanks for the inspiration and tips Neil, I’ll keep working on this.

    • Dennis, I suggest you get away from your computer and find a quiet place where you can think — that’s the best suggestion I can provide.

  31. Hi Neil,

    I found the “Social Media” tab on your Quick Sprout report to be completely inaccurate.

    I tried and it showed me 100s of page categories with exactly 20,094 Facebook likes each. Not helpful at all.

    Am I doing something wrong?



  32. Hi Neil!

    I often use some of your steps to generate ideas to blog about.
    I like your writing style because you always have detailded instructions on how to do something.

    Thank you so much! I’m your fan 🙂

  33. Kelly Hungerford :

    Hi Neil,

    Walking away works wonders for me! That is one of my favorites.

    For business blogging, I have two additional suggestions:

    1. Tap into your Community: I find a lot of inspiration in our community. I only need to tune into a few minutes on Twitter to see what they are sharing and chatting about ideas come to mind quickly.

    2. Tap into your Support center: If your company sells services or products support is a fabulous place to tap into for ideas. By using a complaint or request as the base of your post you can hit the sweet spot for users as well as provide answers to questions that potential users may have.

    – Kelly

    • Kelly, those are two great suggestions. I have personally utilized both strategies and they have done wonders. When it comes to guest posting that community that you are part of can really vouch for you and guide you along your way.

      Looking forward to hearing much more from you!

  34. Some very nice tips there.

  35. thanks for shaing keep it up bro !!!

  36. Great post Neil!
    I find that when I am winding down is actually the best time to come up with new ideas. Stepping away from the computer is definitely the best thing, and I find going for a walk helps. I usually get ideas as I walk and save them on my phone.
    Besides that, so many ideas happen when you’re trying to fall asleep! I keep a notebook nearby so I can write them down right away.
    Thanks for the tip about using Quicksprout! Next thing to try…

    • Katie, that’s something I have heard from a lot of people. When people are winding down their thoughts fade in and out and creativity flourishes. I have had similar experiences — notebooks are key!

  37. Hi Neil,

    Great tips as usual.

    1. Walking away from the computer is what always does the trick for me and I am sure for many more bloggers. We as bloggers have a habit of staying on computers for long hours which really decreases our capacity for generating ideas.

    2. I never really thought of that. Its like creating everything your competitor has and even more!

    3. I have recently discovered buzzsumo and this was exactly the first thought that crossed my mind. That this can be brilliant for Idea generation. Those who know about skyscraper technique will definitely know its benefits.

    4. Outlining before writing is something I am pushing myself to do since it costs me very valuable time organising the content later on and technically writing the article twice.

    5. This is something that I love the most. Although my blog has just started and does not receive much traffic yet but I still engage on others blog and will continue to do so.

    Thank you for sharing this post Neil. It just made sure that we never run out of ideas! 🙂

  38. Hi Neil

    I like every point you have mentioned here .I like the point of sharing your lesson ,which is the main element of grasping user’s attention.
    Yups, We don’t always have to stick over the web for getting ideas.We can find ideas under our nose.

    Thanks for sharing.

  39. Inbound Marketing :

    BuzzSumo is awesome! I recently discovered it and now it’s my second page of inspiration, first is

  40. Hi Neil,

    Great post! Currently, I am also sailing in the same ship. I am too running out of my blog ideas. I have used some basic tools like topsy, social media platforms to find trending topics to write something interesting to rank well in Google for my generic terms. Today while checking my inbox I found your mail as I have subscribed you. I read all your posts that had landed on my inbox, but I never commented any of them. This is the most helpful and interesting post for me therefore I decided to comment on it. Hope you will approve my comment.
    Thank you.

  41. You can add a burst or creativity by blogging different types of posts. My book, 62 Blog Posts to Help You Overcome Blogger’s Block, will give you tips, tools and ideas. It’s available on Amazon.

  42. Just brilliant ideas as always 🙂

    Sometimes I use the Keyword Planner of Google Adwords, because instead of giving me new ideas it gives me the ideas that peoples search on the Internet, so the benefit is double.

  43. I just wrote a book on this very topic! I came up with 101 topics, but Neil’s ideas are very good if you’re continuing to struggle and feel like nothing is really motivating you to blog. Good stuff!

  44. Hi Neil,

    Thank you for this great tips. I will definitely do this simple steps. 🙂


  45. Sudipto Chakraborty :

    I loved your points. Sometimes seeing a horror movie, and get out from all the scenes does work for me. I work for small business. Sometimes their businesses are too small that I feel complete blank about my writing. The last time it happened when I was working for a bag manufacturing business operating in a small town. After posting for 1 year, I was short of ideas. Your post has certainly rejuvenated my brain. Thanks for sharing!

  46. Great post Neil. Especially the tip about Buzzsumo was great. Just tried it for a few searches and I got a ton of new ideas!

  47. Jeremiah Boehner :

    I had similar issues, especially after a long day at the office. So to help me I compiled a list of tools to help me come up with idea’s. BuzzSumo is one the best tools to help out with that.

  48. Harsh Wardhan Singh :


    Again a helpful post with much clear points and steps. I mostly use Pocket (because of poor network in my area) to read blogs and Quicksprout also remains in my list.

    Though I read all of our posts but rarely get chance to comment. I must say that you are so good with making your readers interact with you that I find anyone hardly with the same quality. From almost a year I am planning to start my blog but this topic thing was really a hurdle for me. I read one of your post on creating a powerful blog post but then again due to some issue I was never be able to write one. Actually your steps and way of interacting through written words is so clear that it made me comment here.

    Thanks a lot Neil for being because I have learnt a lot from you and I am sure executing your lessons will definitely give me results.


  49. I am always surprised at how much I can learn from coming to your site, Neil. You are always throwing out new tools at us to discover and pointing me in the right direction. This time I discovered buzzsumo. Thanks!

  50. Thank you for posting this simple to follow idea Neil.

    the “surf the web, systematically” immediately caught my attention.
    It is time to surf the internet better, with buzzsumo and quicksprout.


  51. Steve Estimable :

    Great ressources to find blog post ideas! Never thought about using your Quicksprout home page tool for that! It’s so logic!

    Thank you for the blog post.

  52. Neil,

    I agree with almost all of your points but I don’t know if I fully agree that you should steal idea’s directly from a competitor. I have been on a competitors page and have seen something I’ve written but reworded. I guess what I’m trying to say is that there is a fine line between being inspired and stealing.

    Keep up the great work!

  53. Hey Neil,
    Sometimes I think, it’s not just the topic to write, many bloggers (including me) loose the motivation to write. I am sure this has happened with you too. For a newbie like me, who likes to see pageviews and earnings rise, it’s very demotivating when you see a fall in the numbers. What do you do when you are stuck in such a situation?

  54. Hi Neil,

    Another Neil classic. It is very true, no matter how proficient you are in writing, you will always hit the writers block once in a while. I love the idea of using Buzzsumo to generate ideas to escape the block. I personally use Buzzsumo to find idea on what to write about and I was so happy when you made mention of it.

    The ideas shared in this post are classic and I must say that again. Though I have once written about overcoming writers block, it was one of the early post on my blog.

    Though some of the ideas shared there are different from yours but the aim is to get out of the writers block and get the idea juice flowing again. If you don’t mind this is where I shared it

    I love your blog and what you are doing and I know one day I will match up. Loool

  55. I like Brian’s advice to find the top linked page on a website and then copy that/improve on it.

    I think finding the correct blog topic that will resonate with your audience is the second most important factor in SEO.

    I think the first most important factor is having a responsive list of emails to email your content to. If the blog post/content doesn’t appeal to them, it’s all for naught.

    If you read the Gary Halbert newsletter you’ll see the same thing way back in the 1980s.

    If you’ve got a responsive email list of linkerati plus a super interest hook, you really can’t fail.

    I was working in the drug rehab niche for a client last week and asked my 600 strong email list for sources to quote for a piece on the use of twitter in the rehab niche. I got three replies! I then emailed the same list but swapped out the topic to women alcholics drinking when pregnant and got 90- replies! Small change in topic, massive change in response!

    Email me and I’ll tell you how I get my topics. I’ve got a method that beats all of your suggests above, and beats Brian’s ‘top linked landing page’ method too. It’s a method that’s really simple and involves the use of xpath to extract certain data.

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  58. Ranjita Mandaviya :

    Yeah, You are right Neil.

    Every blogger have to make communication in their Articles by simple interaction. You are not always get Ideas from surfing on net, you have to come out.

    Nice points. I think this all are weakness of most bloggers.

    Thanks for the article.

  59. agen tiket pesawat :

    nice tips neil, i will follow this 5 simple way

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    Great post Neil. Esspecially the tips about Buzzsumo and Quicksprout.Thanks for sharing this great tips.

  61. devenir riche :

    Asking questions are really good thing if you are not understanding anything completely, except this piece of writing offers good understanding yet.

  62. Running out of topic is something common in every blogger’s life. Thanks for the informative post. I really appreciate it.

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