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47 No-Fail Ways to Come Up with Blog Post Ideas

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47 No-Fail Ways to Come Up with Blog Post Ideas

Empty Google docs.
Empty editorial calendars.
Empty WordPress posts.
Sometimes content marketers have to deal with a lot of emptiness, and turn all that blank space into content that attracts, and engages, and converts.
But no pressure, right?
How do you keep the ideas and creativity flowing constantly to ensure consistent traffic, leads, and conversions?
It’s a little different for everyone. I usually get most of my blog post ideas while reading other posts. My coworkers write about their own experiences more frequently.
But to create great content week after week after week, you need a lot of ways to come up with new content topics.
Eventually, one method won’t bring you the ideas you need that day. And the more alternative methods you have to turn to, the better shape you (and your content marketing strategy) will be in.
You’ll never be intimidated by an empty editorial calendar again with all these ways to come up with blog post ideas.

Get content ideas from your community

Of course, the simplest method is to go straight to the source. Or the next best thing. That means just asking your target readers what they want.
Of course, asking “what do you want me to write about?” is a lot of pressure. So you need to be a little sneakier than that. Instead, you ask things that clue you into what they’re interested in.
Here’s a few ways to go about that.

1. Ask customers what they need help with

You want your content to solve problems, right? To help your audience? Then obviously you need to know what they need help with.
It’s stupidly simple.
Just ask them. Whenever you interact with customers – in emails, on social media, through blog comments, etc.
For example, Kasey Bayne at Kashoo Cloud Accounting likes to ask customers “what’s keeping you up at night?”

2. Ask your sales team what prospects need to know

Remember that your marketing department should support sales and make it easier for them to make money and close deals for your business. That means your content should almost act as a stand-in for a sales rep.
But to really accomplish that, your content needs to address the stuff an actual sales rep would. So talk to your sales team to see what questions they’re always getting, what prospects want to know about your business, and stuff like that.
Guillaume Decugis, co-founder and CEO at Scoop.it, told me how they’ve organized their processes to make it easy for sales to give marketing content ideas:
“Content marketing is about answering questions your potential and existing customers have. So we do regular sessions with our sales team to constantly research new questions or iterate existing answers we’ve published to their previous questions. We even have a Slack channel where our sales and customer success team post new questions they’ve heard prospects or customers ask.”

3. Ask your support team what trips up customers

Talking to your sales team gives you insight into what information your content should serve up to prospects. But what about existing customers? You can’t forget about them! So your content should also address things for readers who have already converted into sales.
Talking to your customer support team members can tell you what current customers what to know.
Write blog posts based on feedback
For example, a few months ago our support reps asked me if we had a post explaining our sentiment analysis features. We didn’t, so I wrote one that they can now use and reference when helping people.

4. Ask what readers’ favorite posts are

Another way to see what kind of content readers will like in the future is to see what their favorite posts in the past were.
It tells you what topics they like, the kind of voice they respond to, and the content format they prefer.
Send a simple email, message, or tweet to some of your readers asking what blog posts, videos, etc. they’ve seen and really liked lately. See what they all have in common and boom – you know what qualities your own content needs.

5. Find out what people are working on

Another way to make sure your blog posts are super relevant is by finding out what your audience is doing right now.
Creating content that people need now ensures they read it now, instead of trying to save the post for later. I don’t know about other content marketers, but my Pocket account and Feedly favorites are basically a black hole. I’ve saved so many posts to read later that later will last forever.
Write something they can’t procrastinate reading.
Grow and Convert gets even more specific by asking readers what they’re current marketing challenge is. Co-founder Benji Hyam told us:
“We ask our readers what’s their number one marketing challenge. This question does two things:
1. Helps us get insight into what challenges marketers have in their businesses.
2. Helps us form an open dialogue with our readers.”

6. Ask industry leaders for their best tips

Ah, yes. The good old expert round-up. They’re everywhere – from small blogs to big publications like Inc. (via contributor Chirag Kulkarni) – for a reason, just like most popular content marketing tactics.
Use expert round-ups to come up with blog post ideas
Collecting tips, advice, and recommendation from influencers serves everyone well.
  • The influencers get some promotion, a backlink, maybe some social media mentions.
  • You get a bunch of content written for you and to piggyback off the name recognition of influencers.
  • Your readers get advice from really, really smart people who may be hard to access aside from free content.
It’s what we’re doing throughout this post. We asked influencers for their best ways to come up with content ideas, and the result was various pieces of content like this blog post and its matching ebook.

7. Interview experts

Influencer round-ups kind of take the wide and shallow approach to getting content from influencers – you talk to a lot of people and get a small amount of content from them.
The opposite of that is going narrow with more depth: talking to less people, but talking more. So instead of getting 1-paragraph quotes from 20 influencers, you interview one expert long enough for a full blog post about them and just them.
You can either use the interview as research for an original piece, publish the transcript, or use the audio or video in a blog post itself.
Interview experts to come up with blog post ideas
Teachable does this every week with their Change Makers series. Interviews appear on their blog and are the feature of their weekly newsletter.

8. Send an email campaign

Again, the quickest way to find out what readers want is to ask them. And if your blog’s connected to an email list (it’s now? Shame on you!), it’s already really easy.
You built your email list because you knew the power of showing up in someone’s inbox. Use that power to get ideas for your blog posts. Just send a simple campaign asking any question discussed in this post. Or add it as a callout or P.S.
You can also do this with your welcome email, a method I personally love. Greg Digneo, one of our guest bloggers, doubled his email open rates by asking for blog post ideas.

9. Hold a group brainstorming session

Your team can only come up with so many ideas with their brains in isolation from each other.
Group brainstorming sessions start discussions, debates, and new trains of thought. People can take each other down new paths and bounce ideas off each other.
At Siege Media, Ross Hudgens says they use something called brain writing:
“We find if we crack open a beer and set a hard deadline for ideas – beers and brainstorming – we can let the creative juices flow and generate ideas that move the needle.”
While there’s nothing wrong with working alone, group work shouldn’t be ignored when it comes to content brainstorming.

10. Ask peers a question

Instead of going to influencers for answers, you can go to your peers. The skillset is the same, but the experiences – day-to-day tasks, career, etc. – are different, in ways that matter.
This can complement influencer content really nicely. Influencers may be able to tell you about running a marketing department, for example, but peers can be more helpful in a post about entry-level marketing careers.

Get personal in blog posts

You can also take the approach of looking at yourself (and not in a mirror or front-facing smartphone camera). You want to build a connection with your blog’s audience, right? Then you need to build a connection.
Sharing, opening up, showing things to your readers will do that. It’s like building any other relationship.
You need to be relatable, share things that show who you are and what you’ve been for, and make readers feel like they’re getting an inside look into your experiences.

11. Think about what you’ve learned

Never discount your own experiences when thinking about what your readers are interested in.
In most cases, you’ve actually been in your reader’s shoes before. You have to relate to your readers. So by talking about things you’ve gone through, you’re likely talking about stuff that’s happened to them, too.
“I try to relate content back to my real-life experiences. That way I can input my own knowledge into the content I write rather than just repurposing other people’s words and research.” – Nadya Khoja,Venngage
A company that does this so well is SumoMe. Most of their posts, especially their guest posts, are stories about accomplishments or strategies – written by the people that did them or created them.
Take the below post on connecting with influencers from Jason Quey, or their series on growing a site to 10k monthly visitors.
Share your own experiences in blog posts

12. Reflect on what went wrong

Another really, really great way to get personal and share your experiences is to reflect on what went wrong with something.
Hands down, the company that has this mastered is Buffer. When I started writing this post, I’d only planned on pointing to their post opening up about losing half their social referral traffic, which is still a great example.
But since then, co-founder and CEO Joel Gascoigne has posted about making layoffs at Buffer.
Use mistakes and lessons learned as blog post ideas
My initial reaction to that post was “what a great way to handle telling the public about that.” So I figured it was worth a re-write.;)

13. Share behind-the-scenes information

Another way to piggyback on sharing experiences is to share behind-the-scenes information. Talk about your unique processes, habits, tactics, and whatnot. Share your team’s secrets to prove your (and your past and future content’s) worth.
For example, BuzzStream shared some of their own influencer marketing tactics in a webinar and blog post with us.
They’re an influencer marketing software provider. Proving their knowledge in this area is obviously very important.

14. Turn your story into a case study

If the actual story of your experience isn’t that interesting, take a more analytical approach to it. Turn it into a case study.
Look at your team’s story as an experiment. If your marketing team is like ours, it probably was one.
When thinking about content, consider:
  • Hypotheses
  • Your exact methods
  • The results
  • Raw data, as well as any patterns or trends found in it
For example, take the case study on our own SEO strategy that looks at a few of our own tactics from earlier this year.
Ebook How Mention Increased Organic Search Traffic 373 in 6 Weeks

15. Interview your coworkers

Despite what your personal bias may lead you to believe, all of your coworkers are wealths of useful information.
Because they all interact with your business in different ways.
Customer services knows what gives customers a hard time. Executives know the overall goals and reasoning for decisions. Sales knows what makes people want your product or service; what makes them click the “buy” button or grab your product off the shelf.
You can either publish actual interviews with your coworkers, or use their advice to come up with ideas and feature it in your posts.
For example, I eavesdr- I mean, “join in” on our sales and customer success teams’ phone calls a lot in our open office. Do you know how many of their tips, sayings, and more have then made it into our content? (Editorial note: thanks, Mention guys and gals!)

Look at past blog posts

People say not to focus on the past, but they’re discounting how much insight it can give you into the future. Historical performance can be one of the best predictors of future success, which is obviously what we all want for our blogs.
Looking at different qualities and metrics in blog posts you’ve already published can help guide your content strategy and help you come up with blog post ideas.

16. Rank previously popular blog posts

This one is obvious to any content marketer, or data-driven marketer in general. Look at analytics, figure out what works, and do more of it. When it comes to content, that means looking at popular blog posts and coming up with similar ideas.
For example, our digital marketing checklists post has (converting) pageviews coming out of its ears. So as soon as I finish writing this post, I’m going to be starting on an update to it.

17. Expand on points or subheadings

This has always been my favorite way of pulling blog post ideas out of thin air. I once had an internship where I had to write 4-5 new posts per week, and I relied on this so hard.
I would start off the week with a post on the more general topic. Then throughout the week, basically made my way down the list of subheadings and wrote full-length posts on them, using parts of the original post and linking them together as a series. Basically, repurposing content without realizing it.

18. Read through blog comments

Another place your readers may have weighed in on their opinions in the past is your blog’s comments. Or even the comments of other blogs they read. Go look at their questions, opinions, and ideas and see what new content springs up.
Get blog post ideas from comments readers have left
This is how I first guest blogged for HubSpot. The section (at the time, it was its own site) editor emailed me about a comment I had left ages ago. But instead of writing the new post themselves, they asked me to.

19. Look for new ways to explain ideas

Sometimes there just isn’t an answer to “what haven’t I written about before?” At least, not one that’s actually a good blog post. So instead of looking for new topics, look for new angles or approaches.
Popular, high-volume blogs do this all the time. For example, Social Media Examiner publishes several new articles per day. Obviously, there’s going to be some topic overlap. They can’t tell contributors “no” to everything they’ve already talked about. So you see different posts on the same topic, like Periscope basics and Periscope uses.

20. Take the opposite approach

Of course, instead of looking at a similar angle, you can look at the opposite one. If you wrote about success in your last post, talk about failure in this next one. It’s pretty simple, but pretty genius.
Thanks to Andy Crestodina at Orbit Media for this one:
“If you wrote a very successful ‘best practices’ article, trying writing it from the other angle: ‘top mistakes.’ I call this kind of article the evil twin. Evil twins are fast to produce because the research is already done. Just write it from the negative angle using different examples.”

21. Expand a short list

We’ve all seen the “10 (More!) Ways to…” blog posts. Say what you will about the headline format, the approach is solid.
Continuing one list of tactics, tools, or strategies across multiple posts kind of creates a team to work together. They’ll link to each other, drive traffic to each other, support each other. One for all, and all for one!

22. Play Devil’s advocate

So you wrote a great piece of content that convinced everyone of your point. Now un-convince them.
Like anyone who joined debate team in high school knows, to truly understand an issue, you have to be able to argue both sides. And each side can be it’s own blog post idea.
For example, follow up “10 Reasons to Do X” with “10 Reasons Not to Do X” or “10 Reasons to Do Y Instead of X.” It lets readers see the all sides of the topic and make their own decision.

Go to Google for blog post ideas

Google and all the other wonderful search engines out there have given us no excuse not to do research ourselves. While that sucks for when we’re feeling lazy, it makes content research really easy.
For obvious reasons, Google probably has more data than any other website in existence on what people are looking for online. For it not to be a source of research for you would just be silly.

23. Let autocomplete take it away

Sometimes the best way to find content topics to perform well in search is by doing searches yourself.
Use Google autocomplete to come up with content ideas
Autocomplete is magic. Plus, one of the factors it’s based on is current search trends, so it’s a quick way to get suggestions, especially for long-tail keywords to optimize your blog posts around.

24. See what blog posts are ranking well

Remember that by now, the Google algorithms know their stuff and are pretty reliable. If content ranks well, it’s good. It’s what people want.
This is great for coming up with specific blog post ideas when you already have a broad topic. A simple block of time spent Googling popular or trending keywords in your niche can tell you what subtopics people are interested in. Simple, right?

25. Search things you’ve written about before

We’ve all written a few posts that were a swing and a miss. It’s nothing abnormal in content marketing. Theoretically, your best content ranks, but that’s not always how it plays out.
Look at some of your best ideas or posts that aren’t really performing in terms of SEO. If they were popular by other metrics, it shows you did something right. Take another stab at the topic, maybe in a different format or structured differently, or from another point of view.
Whereas the last post might not have been appealing to search engine algorithms or users, it resonated elsewhere, so you don’t want to completely redo the original post. Adding a second post on the topic lets you get the best of both worlds and please the best of both audiences.

26. Paste URLs in the AdWords Keyword Planner

Lots of content marketers and SEO know the basics of the AdWords Keyword Planner – looking up search volumes, browsing ad groups to get keyword ideas, and stuff like that. But you can also use it to mine keyword ideas from existing data.
Use the Google Keyword Planner to come up with content topics
Paste any of your existing content (like the stuff you took inspiration from in the past few steps!) into the URL field to see keyword ideas based on what you’ve already written about and published.

Use competitive analysis

Competitive analysis is also an amazing source of blog post inspiration. Not only does it help you find examples of content relevant to your industry and audience, it also shows you what you need to beat.
Use competitor content strategies to guide your own and learn from both their successes and mistakes. Even better, you Skyscraper Technique the crap out of their best content and make your target audience forget all about their piece.

27. Find your competitor’s most popular content

You may think competitors for your product aren’t competitors for your audience. After all, someone can read more than one blog, right? Well, content shock is real, so you are competing for a reader’s time.
“Level the playing field” topic-wise by looking at what their most popular stuff is. The best tool for this is probably BuzzSumo. Enter their URL or their blog URL and see which content was shared the most. You can also use SEO tools for competitive analysis and see which content of theirs is ranking well for competitive keywords.

28. Look at what they’re not talking about

Performing a competitive analysis then adapting and replicating their ‘wins’ is always a good strategy. But it’s also difficult – you’re putting your content up against something already popular, with the (SEO and social media) competitive advantage of age.
So another approach is to instead look for the gaps in a competitor’s content. Then fill those before they do. Cover topics they haven’t, so it’s easier for that resource to become the definitive piece of content on its topic (at least out of the competition).
“I like to find out what’s currently pissing off a target audience…or what they’re dying to know, but can’t seem to find out anywhere else. I do this by looking in blog comments, comments of blogs that cater to the same audience, or even in frustrated book reviews on the topic in Amazon.” – Chelsea Baldwin, Copy Power
For example, say we saw a competitor publish a guide to social media that covered the main business channels. We might address the “what else?” question by creating something about lesser used social marketing platforms. Oh wait, we did.

29. Find unpopular blog posts

Like I said before, there’s nothing wrong with having published a few posts that have fallen flat. Look for those on your competitor’s blog. You could use BuzzSumo again for this, and look at the least shared content.
It takes more than good info for a post to be a success. Figure out what they were missing – was it relatability? Readability? Depth?
Address the missing ingredient in a post of your own.

30. Read comments on other blogs

If you don’t have any luck getting blog post ideas from your own blog’s commenters, look at comments elsewhere.
This can be really helpful, given that blog comments are less popular than they used to be as people increasingly share their opinions on social media. It’s good to have a backup source handy.
Start at the most popular blogs in your niche, the competitors that will be most likely to have an active comments section.
Additionally, in my own experience (so no hard data, unfortunately), tutorials and how-to posts are the ones most likely to have comments that contain people asking questions. Since they’re education-based posts that answer questions, people are likely to ask follow-up in the comments.

31. Look at what questions competitors are being asked

You can also look beyond blogs to competitive research on social media outlets and customer support forums, anywhere really.
When your monitoring competitors, these questions will be easy to find. If one of their customers has a question about your general area or a product specifically, they’re more likely to go to who they use versus a competitor.
Don’t miss out on that valuable data by getting ideas from both your own social following and your competitors’.

Curate content for blog posts

Content curation is so appealing for busy, overworked, behind-on-the-editorial-calendar content marketers. But it’s also so appealing for readers. Double win? I’ll take it.
Curating content lets you take a bit of a break since you can just collect other pieces and add your own comments and opinions or explain them in your own words. It also helps you build relationship with the content creators of what you select. More wins!

32. Create a roundup of popular posts

There’s a lot of approaches to curating content. But I like the ones that milk the original content’s popularity for all that it’s worth. If you’re going to take advantage of something, go as far as you can without being annoying. (That’s just unofficial advice.)
So if you’re going to feature an external piece of content, choose the best ones to piggyback off of. When curating, choose popular or trending content.
For one, associating yourself with popular stuff also puts that association in your readers’ minds. Secondly, you know it’s well-liked, therefore that including it is is a good choice.

33. Collect best resources

When selecting high quality content to curate, you can also go with overall best posts instead of what’s currently popular. This is great if you’re working with a specific theme.
For example, look at Sujan Patel’s lists of content marketing tools, experts, and more in his guest post for us:
Curate content in blog posts
Also, take a look at this post. So meta.

34. Share recent news and insights

A lot happens every day, no matter what industry you’re in. Blog readers will thank you for making it easy to keep up on everything important in the industry news.
Consider publishing news recaps or roundups. Share recent news and make your content unique by adding a small bit about why you think it matters to demonstrate your own expertise.
One example of this is Search Engine Land’s SearchCap, a daily blog post rounding up search engine marketing news.

35. Curate tutorials in a special order

How-to guides and tutorials are usually pretty specific, since they need to be so detailed. That means to complete a full project, someone may need to read four or five tutorials for simultaneous tasks.
Why don’t you save some readers some time and string the tutorials together for them ahead of time. Find the different guides, put them in the order they’ll be needed. For example, queue up a resource about social media measurement after ones about strategy and content creation.

36. Collect facts or statistics

This one’s hardly original, but whatever. People love data. Eat it up. And it never gets old, because as old data fades away, new numbers come out.
But sifting through data for numbers that mean something? An endless task. Do the work for your readers. Curated posts of statistics around the same trends or audience can help readers draw conclusions and notice new patterns.
As an example, HubSpot has a whole microsite collecting different marketing statistics. They sort things by different categories and topics and update it regularly to keep the numbers current.

37. Crowdsource answers from your audience

If following earlier advice in this post gave you questions that you don’t know the answer to yourself, turn to other audiences. Curate the best answers to questions on forum sites like Quora. Sites like Mashable frequently use them as sources and publish blog posts made up of a few different answers.

Use media monitoring for blog post ideas

You didn’t think we’d skip over media monitoring, did you? I’m part of it’s official cheering squad, especially when it comes with finding inspiration when I’m feeling stuck.
Just browsing through the alerts you have set up for other marketing activities, like social media engagement and tracking PR coverage, can give you your next great idea.

38. Look at what you’re mentioned in

Media monitoring is our last genius way to get ideas today. It helps you automate finding and reading content, whether you’re looking for other blog content or conversations on social media.
Come up with blog posts by looking at what other content is talking about your brand
The first thing to look for is other blog posts mentioning your brand or product. What are those posts about? Other content creators might have thought of cool blog post ideas related to your brand that you haven’t yet.

39. See what keywords are popular

It can be really helpful to see summaries of what people are talking about online. Media monitoring metrics can help you see trends in conversations happening, content being created, etc.
Look at media monitoring metrics to see what phrases and words are popular within an alert.
For brand alerts, this tells you what people are talking about along with your or your competitor’s product. Topic or industry alerts tells you what within the overall conversation is getting more attention than other areas.

40. Track trends and patterns

Another way to take advantage of your media monitoring tool’s analytics area is to look for trends and patterns. You can almost predict what blog posts your readers will want a month from now.
If one of your products starts getting a ton more mentions than any other, you know it’s probably a good idea to be creating a lot of content for that target customer. Reports like share of voice and mentions over time can help you figure that out.

41. Look at online discussions

Forums, question and answer databases, and social bookmarking sites are also great sources for content ideas. The insights you can get from conversations will be more in-depth than on social media, where conversations are brief and and space is sometimes limited.
For example, a lot of content marketers use Inbound.org as a source of inspiration. People post there when they’ve accomplished something big, are stuck on something small, and everything in between. It gives you insight into what’s trending as well as what people think of it.
Find the similar sites for your own company’s niche. What topics have super long threads about them? What keeps getting posted again and again? All great insights into what content you should be creating.

42. Talk about current events or try newsjacking

Current events can also give you ideas about what blog posts to write. And I don’t just mean with overdone tactics like the “What {Current Event X} Can Teach You About {Topic}” post.
Although that one’s still an option among others.
What trends do you notice in your industry? Is everyone starting to look into a new technology or tactic? Noticing these things puts you at an advantage to write about them before they’re obvious.
And there’s also the straight-up newsjacking approach. How can your brand or audience relate to a certain event or trend? If there’s a natural tie, work the two together to piggyback off popularity.
“Typically, it’s all a part of keeping up with trending news and updates taking place across the industry via different tools, platforms and channels. I can be inspired to write a unique piece of content just by scrolling my Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn feed, or from scouring the variety of email newsletters I receive on a daily / weekly basis.” – Shana Pilewski, Outbrain

Use blog post headline generators

Woof. That’s all for the tactics to help you come up with blog post ideas, but I’m not quite done yet.
There are also some tools that make it easy. Stuff like blog post title generators and analyzers may be designed for writing headlines, but you can use it to guide your whole post.
If you know the general direction you want to go in with your piece (for example, knowing you’re going to write about Twitter marketing best practices), you can open up one of the generators and just play around.
It may seem aimless, but it can help you discover new angles, shape the structure of your post, and figure out how to approach your overall topic in a specific and engaging way.
Come up with blog post ideas using title generators
Here are a few that I like to turn to:

Let the ideas run free

I can’t promise that you’ll never get writer’s block ever again. Because you definitely will. But now you’re equipped to design an epic brainstorming session next time it happens, and come out the other side with a ton of ideas to create.
Pick a tool, pick a tactic, and pick a title generator to play around with. It will get your creativity juices flowing, get you thinking about what your readers want, and get your fingers typing on the keyboard again.
How do you come up with blog post ideas? Share your own methods in the comments.

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Brittany Berger is the Content & PR Manager at Mention, where she reads a lot and writes even more. She likes her media social and her Netflix non-stop. Connect with her on Twitter at @bberg1010.


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BUKU PINTAR DAPAT KERJA GAJI TINGGI PINDAH KERJA GAJI SEMAKIN TINGGI made by retyping the book BEST SELLER of the author, entitled “Buku Pintar Mencari Kerja”. This ebook available on google play.

In 2015, I had the idea of a startup company where the readers can decide for themselves the next story. WASN'T THIS A GREAT IDEA? IF can be realized WILL BE WORTH billions USD. Because CAN PRODUCE FOR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS even tens of millions USD annually. 

In theory, in 10-20 years into the future, my startup income, amounting to hundreds of million USD annually can be obtained easily. AND IF FOLLOWED BY MANY COMPANIES IN THE WHOLE WORLD WILL THEN BE A NEW INDUSTRIAL worth trillions USD. 

To be honest. Currently I'm not having a lot of money. So I start marketing my startup with blogspot.


A story with millions of choices in it - looking investor like you.

Try to imagine this. When you're reading a story on the web or blog, you are given two choices. You can choose the next story based on your own choice. After selecting then you can continue reading the story. Shortly afterwards you will be presented back to the 2 other options. The next choice is up to you. Then you continue the story you are reading. After that you will be faced again with 2 choices. So onwards. The more stories you read so the more options you have taken.

If you feel curious then you can re-read the story by changing your selection. Then you will see a different story with the story that you have read previously. The question now is why is this so? Because the storyline will be varying according to your choice. 

I, as the author is planning to make tens of thousands of articles with millions of choices in it. With tens of thousands of articles then you like to see a show of your favorite series on TV for several years. The difference is while watching your favorite TV series, then you can not change the story. Meanwhile, if you read this story then you can alter the way the story according to your own choice.

You might say like this. Sounds like a book "choose your own adventure". Books I read when I was young.

Correctly. The idea is taken from there. But if you read through a book, the story is not so exciting. Due to the limited number of pages. When a child first you may already feel interesting. But if you re-read the book now then becomes no fun anymore because you don't get anything with the amount of 100-200 pages. 

Have you ever heard of game books?  When you were boy or girl, did you like reading game books? I think you've heard even happy to read it.

Gamebooks are sometimes informally called choose your own adventure books or CYOA which is also the name of the Choose Your Own Adventure series published byBantam BooksGamebook - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gamebook - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A gamebook is a work of fiction that allows the reader to participate in the story by making effective choices. The narrative branches along various paths through the use of numbered paragraphs or pages.
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Bantam Books with the Choose Your Own Adventure 

series has produced more than 250 million US 

dollars. While I offer you more powerful than the Choose 

Your Own Adventure. Because of what? Because the 

story that I made much more interesting than the stories 

created by the authors of Bantam Books. You will not get anything just to 100-200 pages. While the story that I created is made up of tens of thousands of articles with millions of choices in it.

For comparison are the books published with the theme "choose your own adventure" produces more than 250 million copies worldwide. If the average price of a book for 5 USD, the industry has produced more than 1.5 billion USD. But unfortunately this industry has been abandoned because the reader begins to feel bored. The last book was published entitled "The Gorillas of Uganda (prev." Search for the Mountain Gorillas ")". And this book was published in 2013.

Based on the above, then you are faced with two choices. Are you interested in reading my story is? Or you are not interested at all. The choice is in your hands.
If you are interested then spread widely disseminated this article to your family, friends, neighbors, and relatives. You can also distribute it on facebook, twitter, goggle +, or other social media that this article be viral in the world. By doing so it is a new entertainment industry has been created.

Its creator named Richard Nata.

The full articles that talks about this: 







If we can make a good story, so that the readers will 

come again and again for further reading the story then 

our earnings will continue to grow and will never 

diminish. This is due to new readers who continued  to 

arrive, while long remained loyal readers become our 


So that the number of our readers will continue to 

multiply over time. With the increasing number of loyal 

readership then automatically the amount of income we 

will also grow larger every year. The same thing 

happened in yahoo, google, facebook, twitter, linkedin, 

and others when they still startup.

Deuteronomy {28:13} And the LORD shall make thee the 

head, and not the tail; and thou shalt be above only, and 

thou shalt not be beneath; if that thou hearken unto the commandments of the LORD thy God, which I command thee this day, to observe and to do [them: ]

Try to imagine this. If I give a very unique story. It was the first time in the world. But the world already know this story even liked it. Because the world love the game books. While the story that I made is the development of game books.
Do you Believe if I dare say if I will succeed because my story will be famous all over the world as Harry Potter?
I believe it. Not because I was the author of the story, but because of the story that I made is unique and the only one in the world. 
Income from my startup :
1. Ads. With millions of unique visitors, the price of the ads will be expensive.
2. Affiliate marketing. In addition to advertising, we are also able to put up some banner from affiliate marketing.
3. Contribution of the readers. If you have a million readers and every reader to pay one US dollar per year then you will get the income of one million US dollars per year. 
If you have a million readers and every reader to pay one US dollar per month then you will get as much revenue twelve million US dollars per year.
4. Books and Comics. After getting hundreds of thousands to the millions of readers of the story will be made in books and the form of a picture story (comics).
5. Movies. If we have a good story with millions of readers then quickly we will be offered to make a film based on the story.
6. Merchandise related to characters. After the movies there will be made an offer for the sale of goods related to the characters.
7. Sales. With millions of email that we have collected from our readers so we can sell anything to them.
    Each income (1-7) worth millions to tens of millions of US dollars. 
    Because each income (1-7) worth millions to tens of millions of US dollars. Then in 10-20 years into the future, AI will be earning hundreds of million USD annually.
So how long do you think my story that I made could gather a thousand readers? Ten thousand readers? One hundred thousand readers? A million readers? Five million readers? Ten million readers? More than ten million readers?
But to get all of it of course takes time, can not be instant. In addition, it takes hard work, big funds and placement of the right people in the right positions.
By advertising, viral marketing, strong marketing strategies and SEO then a million readers can be done in less than a year. Ten million readers can be done in two to three years.
This is the marketing strategy of my startup.
When hundreds of thousands or millions of readers already liked my story then they have to pay to enjoy the story that I made.
If you are a visionary then you will think like this.
With the help of my great name in the world of business, my expertise in marketing, advertising, marketing by mouth, viral marketing, then collecting a million readers to ten million readers will be easy to obtain. Is not that right?
The question now is what if people like my story as they like Harry Potter? You will get tens of millions or even hundreds of millions of email addresses from readers. With that much email, we can sell anything to the readers.
Since April 2013, Wikipedia has around 26 million articles in 285 languages are written by 39 million registered users and a variety of anonymous people who are not known from other parts of the world.  Web ranked by Alexa, Wikipedia is a famous website number 6 which has been visited by 12% of all Internet users with 80 million visitors every month and it is only from the calculation of America.

resource : http://www.tahupedia.com/content/show/136/Sejarah-dan-Asal-Mula-Wikipedia

If no Wikipedia then need hundreds of thousands to millions of books required to make 26 million articles in 285 languages into books.

With the Wikipedia then people started to leave to read a book or books to seek knowledge about a subject or many subjects.

The same thing will happen. Read a story in a book or books to be abandoned. Read a story with millions of choices on the web or blog is far more interesting than reading a book or books. 

So what happens next? In 10-20 years ahead then read a story in a book to be abandoned. Otherwise my startup will grow and continue to develop into a new entertainment industry.

New entertainment industry, where I was a forerunner startup will continue to evolve. 
Therefore, in 10-20 years into the future, my startup will be earning hundreds of million USD annually.

So do not delay. Invest your money immediately to my startup. Take A Look. There are so many advantages if you want to invest in my startup.


My BLOG started to be written January 11, 2015. TODAY, MAY 30, 2015, THE NUMBER OF CLICKS HAS REACHED 56,750. SO FAR SO GOOD.

If I get big funds from investors then with a quick story that I wrote will spread throughout the world.

So I got acceleration because I can put ads in a large variety of media such as Google AdWords, Facebook, and others. I also can perform a variety of other marketing strategies.
If I do not get funding from investors then my story would still spread throughout the world. But with a longer time, Slow but sure.

So either I get funding from investors or not, the story that I wrote will remain spread throughout the world. Ha ... 7x

So don't worry, be happy.

My advice to you is you should think whether the data that I have provided to you makes sense or not .
If my data reasonable then immediately invest your funds as soon as possible.

Then we discuss how we plan further cooperation.

Thank you.
Lord Jesus bless you.
P.S. The offer letter I gave also to the hedge funds and 

venture capital and other major companies 

in the entire 

world. So who is fast then he will get it.

P.P.S. In addition, there is one more thing I 

want to tell you. If a story can generate tens 

of millions of US dollars, then what if made 

many stories? Then why do not you make 2, 3 or many stories? You will get hundreds of million USD annually. 

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