Want Inspiration for Your Next Blog Post? Go Outside



Inspiration for Your Next Blog Post !


On a recent episode of the +Nerdist podcast, actor/musician Jared Leto talked about walking away from acting after the success of hit TV show “My So Called Life.” He mentioned that he wanted to go out and experience the world, to “have something to say.”

The is no greater testimony that to stand among the living and as such give Glory to whom Glory is due. In Christ is life and the life is the light of men.......John 1:4

I thought this was rather poignant, and a point many never consider. I think everyone could take a lesson from Jared, no matter what industry you work in. In Press release, and particularly blogging, though, I think its extra important, and a lesson many writers should pay attention to.



# Experiences


Getting actual, real life experience cannot be understated. Its one thing to talk about things that happen in the world and yet another to actually experience them and recount them first-hand. It gives you a whole new perspective on even the simplest of matters.

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Let’s say your business is in table making. Woodworking conferences and meet-ups are common, and members love to get together to talk about the craft and discuss different methods and updates to technology. On the other hand, there are others who wish to stay closed off to the rest of the industry.


Which is fine, of course, if you want to stay on the same path you’re on. But blogging is all about growth and making a better world for your business. Even if you don’t end up using any of these methods you learn at the conference, just meeting new people and experiencing the event will be worth talking about. Others in the woodworking/furniture or any kind of industry would love to read about your experience.


Furthermore, you’re likely to encounter others at this conference you can talk with further online. They may also have blogs and such where you can connect and keep the conversation going and promote each other’s campaigns.


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# Expert in the Field


One of the grandest goals you can have for your PR campaign is that you (and your company) become an expert in the field or industry. If you write enough about woodworking and making tables, providing readers with fresh, unique, relatable content for a long enough time, you’ll eventually be seen as the go-to person. Readers will know to expect good stuff every time they open your blog page.

But providing this unique perspective on the industry and life in general doesn't come out of nowhere. No matter how introverted you are, you've got to get out there in the world. Even if it’s only long enough to meet some new people and have just one new thing to say, it will be worth your time.


You never know: after you do this enough and establish yourself as an expert, you may be able to do this full time. You could travel around the country heading up workshops and panels about making tables and how you arrived at your unique perspective on the industry as a whole. Meanwhile your company reaps all the benefits as they associate your expertise with the business. Or you could use it all to make better tables, whichever.

Do you think it’s vital for bloggers to get out in the world more?






Author: Mickie Kennedy, He is the main author of PR Fuel and founder of the eReleases netwok.. Join Him |Twitter | facebook | Linkedln | Google plus



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