business ideasStuck on what to blog about? Give your business blog a content  makeover with these 10 simple business blog post ideas.

We are all aware that content marketing is working for businesses now, and has become a really important part of your business website. But how can you keep creating content and thinking of new things to write about?

Here are 10 business blog post ideas to help you generate some new content.

#1 Ask A question

Ask questions about your audience. Encourage interaction and let your customers help define your future business blog posts!

#2 Review a book

Find an industry or topic related book and write a review for everyone to discuss.

#3 Discuss current trends

Talk about how things are evolving in your industry and how your company is tackling this.

#4 Discuss Future plans

Let your audience in on future plans for your business and ask for their opinions and ideas.

#5 Write a Link Digest

Post links to your most helpful blog posts and write a short description of how each post will benefit your audience

#6 Relate your post topic to celebrity news

Create familiarity and encourage your customers to identify by mentioning or relating to a celebrity – how they do something, something they have (or haven’t done) or how they can teach something about your industry or topic.

#7 Discuss fun ways to use your product or service

Mix up the posts and Use fun images together with some great new angles for it’s use.

#8 Discuss current affairs or news

Relate your business blog post to current trending topics on the news and display your own angle.

#9 Create an FAQ List

write an FAQ about your industry and share the knowledge!!

#10 Highlight your employees

Talk about your staff and their position in the company. Tell your audience what they do and how they work hard to improve the business.

Any more business blog post ideas? Please share

Written by Caroline Baxter
Caroline Baxter is a serial Entrepreneur, Business Start Up Coach, and recent bestselling author on Amazon. Having started her first business aged 24, she now has multiple businesses in property, the motor trade and online and offline business consultancy. Caroline is now starting a series of live training events to support entrepreneurs looking to plan launch and grow their business