Blogitty Blog, Blog, Blog

Having a business blog has become as important (critical, really!) as having a business card.

Your blog should be considered the hub of all your online business building activities. And you should be posting at least two or three times a week – more often would be even better.

What I’m hearing, over and over again, from small business owners and solo professionals is that they’re feeling overwhelmed at the notion of maintaining a blog. Their biggest concern is writer’s block.

They write a few blog posts and then they draw a blank and can’t seem to come up with ongoing, interesting, creative topics to blog about. If this is the case for you, put your worries to rest.

I found a wonderful free resource that will have you swimming in ideas to blog about. It’s a blogging calendar and planner for the entire year that also includes some really intriguing and downright funny holidays and observances celebrated everywhere. I printed out my own copy as soon as I discovered this really cool blogging tool.

Don’t know what to blog about? Just check your calendar! Download A Free 2010 Blogging Calendar and Planner today.

Don’t be concerned about relevancy of this calendar since half the year is already over.  We’ve still got the second half to go, right?!

I love tools and resources like this that help to keep me organized and give me lots of inspiration.

I’d also really love to hear what kinds of tools YOU use to come up with fresh content for your blog.


  • I’ll second that motion, Yvonne!

    For starters, the cost of creating and maintaining a blog is very minimal. And the potential to meet and network with wonderful people like yourself is incredible!

    You’re 100% right …

    Social Media is here to stay!


  • Great post! Yes, I agree Melanie, business owners really need to pay attention to all the new social marketing trends. They definitely are not going away and blogging is one of the easiest ways to get started.