86 Blog Post Ideas for Newbie Bloggers (PART 4)

This is the final list of the four-blog series about generating contents for your blogs.

If you have been following this blog series, then you already know that this series sums up Brandon Gaille’s podcast episode on May 22, 2020. Gaille’s “The Blogging Millionaire,” which you can download via Spotify, offers valuable insights about the world of blogging.

If you need to read my previous posts, just click these links: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3.

In this post, I’ll share the rest of the tips as suggested by Gaille. If you want to write content that are motivational, season-based, controversial topics, and other subjects, then this is for you.

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  • Curate a list of successful examples.
  • Reverse engineer the success of others.
  • Create a challenge.
  • Curate inspirational quotes.


  • Discuss the latest trends.
  • Discuss the latest industry news.
  • Talk about how something new will affect people.
  • Highlight skills your readers will need in their future.
  • Make a timeline of events that change your industry.
  • Make predictions.
  • Be the first to break a piece of news.
  • Share rumors about a potential development.
  • Create a seasonal post.
  • Curate a list of seasonal deals.
  • Connect your niche to trending moments.


  • Share an unpopular opinion.
  • Write an open letter.
  • Challenge a popular opinion.
  • Highlight things that you would like to change.
  • Comment on outdated practices within your industries.
  • Explain why something in your industry failed.


  • Write about an aspect of your industry’s history.
  • Give people a glimpse of your office.
  • What’s in your bag?
  • Draw a comic strip or cartoon.
  • Collect a list of industry jokes.
  • Round up the funniest memes.
  • Create an A to Z guide.
  • Refresh an old blog post.
  • Pull topics from your existing blog posts.
  • Invite others to write for your blog.

Starting a new blog can be an intimidating experience especially if you are not sure about your topic. I hope that Gaille’s tips will help you write engaging contents for your next post.

If you find this post helpful or you want to clarify something, please let me know.

Published by Henry

Digital Marketing Specialist

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