I often have to search deep within me to find interesting enough topics to write about here. Truth be told, I don't want to bore my readers. My goal is to both educate and entertain, and if I can't find anything relevant to riff on, there's no point in publishing anything.
But failing to publish new content is not an option for me. It's a daily goal for me to empty my head and discuss what's going on in my life. When I find interesting things, I like to share them. When I have a thought-provoking idea, I wish to clear my head.
It's never super easy, though.
The most difficult part is relevancy. How do you make sure your content is suitable for that particular reader at that specific time? The truth is, you can't - unless you seek external help from smart tools.
Today, Endagon Innovations has launched such a tool. It's called Food For Blogs. It's an email suggestion tool that helps to guide your content schedule by laying out the most relevant and most strategic blog post ideas for your specific situation and goals.
Imagine receiving an email in the morning that inspires you so much that it allows you to set up 5 drafts to fill your week. Wouldn't that save you time and stress? That's why we think it's worth the reasonable $9 per month price.
Go ahead. Check it out. Let me know what you think after you sign up. I'm also looking to improve these services as much as I can personally.