How to Easily Generate Massive Amounts of Content for Your Blog

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Back in May, I decided to take on an exercise challenge – with summer right around the corner and thoughts of showing more skin in an attempt to stave off the sweltering southern heat I knew I better bump up my exercise levels quickly. I also wanted to get my coaching business off the ground and with one of my services being health and fitness coaching I thought it would be the perfect time to show the type of coach I am – one who practices what they preach. What better way to demonstrate that than by documenting my fitness progress on a challenge I set up for myself on my blog?

So, I decided on a fitness challenge that worked best for my fitness goals, Brazil Butt Lift Work out 60 Day Challenge and documented my progress for 60 days on my blog. I included everything from the schedule I choose, my thoughts and feelings of the work out, the type of weights, resistance bands, and a picture every day from the work out as well as a picture of my progress. You can see the Fitness Challenge here.

Think about how much content you can generate for your blog this way! It is a great way to easily generate massive amounts of quality content for your blog AND achieve something you always wanted to accomplish.

Here Are Some Tips to Generate Massive Amounts of Content for Your Blog 

  1. Pick a challenge that fits not only your needs but also the needs of your readers.
  2. Be willing to commit to a number of days. You should at least commit to 30 days but the longer you commit to the challenge, the more content you will have. I committed to 60 days. After you have decided on a number of days, do it, no matter what.
  3. Keep in mind, even though the topic of your challenge will remain the same, mine was Brazil Butt Lift Challenge, you will need to change up your Meta tags: the title, focus keyword, tags, image alt tags, and descriptions (at the time of this blog post, Google frowns upon the use of the same Meta tags day after day coming from the same blog).
  4. Take pictures. It may seem like a daunting task to take pictures or come up with picture ideas but it will make all the difference for your blog, you must have images. I had to enlist the help of Michael, my husband, because I could not take a picture of myself exercising or of my backside but he was willing to help me out.
  5. Be honest with your results, even if the results are not the outcome you had hoped for, document them anyway.
  6. Enjoy the challenge. Let’s be honest, over the period of 30 or 60 days you may not feel like writing or performing your challenge, there were a couple of days I really did not want to do the exercises, but make yourself do it, you will be proud of yourself and stronger for it in the end.

Do you have a challenge you are thinking about or one you are currently working on? I would love to hear about it! Leave me your thoughts in the comments below.

About Shelly Miller

Entrepreneur, marketer and social psychologist - I help you make the most of your business with marketing, online and offline.

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