It’s Time to Kill Your Writer’s Block

One of my favorite things about co-hosting the Ultimate Blog Challenge is all the awesome bloggers I get to know.

Today I want to introduce you to Delfin Paris of  Delfin jumped into the January 2012 Ultimate Blog Challenge, posted all 31 days, and then just kept going to complete 2012 with a post for every single day!

Wow, right?!

Wouldn’t you love to know how he’s come up with constant content ideas for his blog?

Perfect, because Michele Scism and I are hosting Delfin on a totally free webinar tomorrow.  This isn’t your ordinary webinar, it’ll include exercises and brainstorming during the presentation.  It’s a writing workshop that you’ll walk away from with great content ideas you can put to use right away on your blog.

Click here to get your spot (and yes, we’ll send out a free replay after the live webinar, so sign up whether the time works for you or not):



Let me know if you’ll be listening in!

And how about sharing your favorite way to get past writer’s block and come up with great content ideas?


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  1. When I have writer’s block I go through my information from past offline networking events, lectures and seminars, I attended before I came online. I had a newsletter before I started blogging and that has content as well. What’s trending and birthdays of public figures is also a great way to overcome writer’s block. The topics from popular magazines, questions on forums and popular sites – depending on you niche – such as Oprah, offer a plethora of topics for you to write about.

    I look forward to hearing your tips and the tips from your guest as well.
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    1. Great strategies, Adalia! :) Thanks for sharign them.
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  2. Loosing inspiration is something that WILL happen. Writers block is very common. There are many things to get ‘the feeling’ back.
    I like to NOT think about writing. Just relax, take some distance. Zoom out, get the bigger picture and zoom back in again…
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