Stimulating ideas for article marketing

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Now that I have decided to invest more time and money in article marketing, I need to get the creative juices flowing and come up with ideas for content.  Any of the topics I have listed below could be written as articles to be submitted to article directories, as long as they are written well, are around 500 words in length and meet any other necessary criteria. 

They may not be topics that relate to my business but they demonstrate the ability to write on a range of diverse subjects.  And it is the ability to write well on anything that will help me help businesses promote themselves. 

Many business owners are so focussed on working in their business, that they don’t have time to work on their business.  They may not be confident writers or just need someone to advise them on what works and what doesn’t.  Does this sound like you?

Sometimes it can be fun for a writer to write about something that isn’t directly related to their business.   We all get writers block at some point – it can be hard to come up with a different blog topic each week!  That’s why to write on any of the topics below will be challenging but fun because they will enable me to think outside the square and focus on a topic not related to marketing communications.

Ruth’s ideas/topics for article marketing:

  • Over 40?  How to keep fit, look fab and stay healthy
  • Anyone for tennis?  Or badminton?
  • The trials and tribulations of raising an only child
  • Top 10 places to visit in Britain
  • Grandparenting from abroad: the importance of staying in touch
  • Treatment options for a cat with hyperthyroidism

I could go on but that’s enough for now.  If you have an idea for article marketing but don’t know where to start, why not send me an email –  I look forward to hearing from you.

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