10 of the best blogging tools to generate ideas for your next post
Not sure what to blog about? Are you getting writer’s block? Are you running low on ideas?
There are lot of blog topic idea tools available online to help you so you will never have a problem of what to blog about.
These blog topic generators will help you kick start your inspiration, ensuring that you continue to create fresh, compelling. and clickable content.
You will actually have the opposite problem.
You will have too many ideas!
Yes, you will have more ideas than I know what to do with.
Some of these tools will help you generate a year’s worth of topics and titles for your blog.
The key will come to down how well you write headlines for your blog articles.
On average, only 20 percent of those who read your headline will click through to read your article. That means good blog headlines will lose 80 percent of your audience but great headlines will increase the traffic to your articles by as much as 500 percent, based solely on the headline.
Titles are what the user sees first and decides if they want to read on so it your responsibility to come up with great content that is appealing and enticing with numbers (hint: this is the best number for your headlines). Your responsibility for making it as appealing and clickable as possible.
With innovative online technologies, content marketers and bloggers can utilize blog title generation tools to help you come up great content ideas and great blog headlines.
While many purist writers won’t love these new tools, it is worth it because these tools will help you great consistent content.
To help you generate more ideas and headlines for your blog articles, I have compiled a list of 10 of the best blog content generator tools available today.
This tool is a very popular blog topic generator because it is simple to use and quick to generate great blog titles.
It provides an easy-to-use layout where you enter up to 5 nouns and the generator will help you do the rest.
The tool will give 5 headline ideas and will help you get those “creative juices” flowing. If you fill out your information, it will give you 250 ideas or a year’s worth of ideas.
This blog title generator provides a button to explore some common themes. It provides an easy-to-use layout to give you different title options, all you have to do is fill in the blanks about a topic you may want to blog about.
You can click refresh to see a new format for your headline, you can enter your own keywords and you can also have them email them to your titles.
You can even doodle your thoughts to visual your thoughts and then download them to save for later.
This tool is one of hottest tools right now. It is a visual keyword research and content ideas tool. You take basic keyword ideas and then it gives you hundreds of results based on what people are looking for online.
When you type in a word, it gives you a visual of how that word is used in questions, prepositions, comparisons, alphabeticals, and related words. For example, type in marketing and you get these common marketing questions around why, how, where, who, what, etc.:
You will have so many ideas, you won’t know where to start. You may want to Google some of these questions to get ideas on what others are writing about.
This tool is perfect for answering questions that people are asking the most online with your content.
This tool will help you generate content ideas, monitor and research questions about topics and other companies. You can search by topic, URL, and you can filter based on time.
This tool help you with title suggest, creative content ideas and catchy topic headlines. You just enter in your topic keyword and you will get results.
The blog title generator provides you with endless suggestions of keywords that are near and dear to you. If you’re not satisfied with the results, you can always hit the refresh button to generate a new list of unique titles.
It asks you to type in your keyword and then describe it using a drop-down menu such as is it a generic term, an event, or a skill.
Enter a subject such as “cat” and you get 7 link bait title ideas. By entering one noun, you get 7 blog headlines from one noun.
You can then copy the headlines to a clipboard for later. If you click again, you get 7 new headlines.
This tool does the hard work for you when it comes to headlines that are “link bait.”
This blog post title idea generator is a tool for quickly and easily generated ideas for your next piece of content or blog post article.
Just enter a topic or keyword and it will give you 10 “click-sexy blog title ideas” as they say.
If you enter your email, you will get 100 more title ideas but you will be suscribed to FatJoe’s mailing list.
This tool is user-friendly and helps you with simple titles that work.
You click on the generate title idea and it gives you a title idea one at a time. You can’t stop clicking on title ideas.
Although the website blog title idea generator doesn’t seem like much, it is actually very helpful in keeping your idea brainstorming focused.
We talked a lot about blog titles and blog ideas but we didn’t mention anything about infographics until now.
This tool will help you generate ideas for your infographics.
Just type in a noun and you will get a lot of different infographic titles to choose from.
They break up the titles based on different types of infographics: statistical, informational, process, comparison, timeline, and geographical.
This tool is a simple but goodie. You type in a keyword and get content ideas.
It provides some helpful guidelines for working with the tool such as:
- Don’t capitalize keywords (except proper nouns)
- Use the singular version of your keyword
- Revise the result to create your own fantastic (grammatically correct) headline
This tool is effective yet fun. It gives you interesting ideas to inspire your creative side.
What blogging idea tools do you use?
Coming up with ideas is fun but not all of your ideas will work or even turn into final blog articles. With these tools, you can find what works and doesn’t work for your blog and content.
For example, how do these ideas and headlines match your personal brand or company brand voice? And how far you want to push the envelope with your content?
These tools hopefully will help you see that you will be swimming in ideas and headlines for your blog posts, infographics, and content ideas.
What tools would you add to this list? Please comment below.