How to Find Topics for Your Blog | TechEFeed

To keep the audience engaged with your blog you need to continually write new articles, which takes a lot of time to find out the right topic for the right time. Finding the topics for the blog post is about easy enough but finding that article that your reader would love to read is almost another story.

For getting more users on the site we not to rely on our own personal taste, we need to find our audience’s behaviors and find out what are the users need and then drive that information on our blog or else we risk publishing irrelevant content. Which cause the users ignorance and the blog start suffering lack of traffic and income.

Have you ever written an article on your blog? Are you struggling for your article to go viral? You are spending hours for writing to make a positive impact on your visitors and shared it on possible social media platforms to bring traffic to it to get a good feedback.

Here are some of the useful steps to understand for choosing and finding the right topic for your audience actually desires.

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Find Your Competitor Websites

The first thing that you have to think before you entered into the world of “blogging”, you should find your competition. It has no matter whether it was on a technology or on a blogging niche, you wanted to know where the right article’s info coming from.
Commenting is also a useful way to find the topic for the blog post, due to the high volume of users on well-ranked blogs, the authors don’t have enough time to approve it one by one. So, it is also the best opportunity to reply the user by answering their questions and then make a blog post with that content.
It is a good practice when you keep in touch with the competitor’s blog by commenting. When you visit your competitor blogs daily bases you find multiple trends article which is currently searching by users, this is another opportunity to write those topics with briefer and more informative way.

Write a Blog Post from User’s Questions

When you are doing informative blog posts on daily bases then your users come to you with questions because they know you are providing them knowledgeable data. In some cases when you got a question from your user there are others out there who might have the same questions. This is the great way to start a blog post on that question which might be received receive (in person, and via phone or email).
Working with that strategy gives you a benefit in case of publishing good and the user’s demanding content. First when you write an article according to your choice or market needs then others will find your blog by searching for that topic and they questioning you for finding the solutions to their further problems.

Quora Questions and Answers

Quora is one of the best Questioning and Answering site that feature Q&A containing different facts, instructions, and opinions that were voted on by Quora members only.
One of the best thing in Quora its content license allows you to reuse all the new articles/content by publishing anywhere on the web or social media by without any copyright issue as long as you also link back it to the original content on Quora.
It is not tough to find content on Quora you need to do some steps to do that well, Go to Quora website and in the search bar type your required topic. You will see multiple questions and answers as well, you will also find open questions which are not still answered. These questions are the great opportunity to make content on it. It is possible some of the other users also have the same questions, so it is better to provide the answer in the form of the blog post.

Audience on Social Networks

Social networks are the most trending platforms where users ask questions each other. This is also another good way to find the hottest topics for your blog post by getting an idea from the user’s questions. Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Instagram are hot networks where you try to find different answers by questioning in the Groups, pages or on the profile posts.
You can find the number of groups where the user asked general questions or relevant to your niche and some of them didn’t get the answers or proper answer way. This is also the opportunity by creating a blog post on that topic.

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