22 Ways To Create Compelling Content #FridayReflections

One of the reasons that we supply you with prompts is that it’s sometimes difficult to decide what you want to write about. You are dying to write, but are stuck for ideas. Inspiration seems to be in short supply.  You suffer from writer’s block.

The prompts keep you focussed on a topic and help you to showcase your creativity. I love how each person interprets a prompt in her unique way. But prompts are just one source of inspiration.

Take a look at the infographic below to see other ways in which bloggers can keep their blogs busy with good posts.

22 Ways To Create Compelling Content

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If you are new to Friday Reflections, here’s what it’s about. It’s the end of the week, you’re probably exhausted with work, and all you want to do is sit back, put your feet up, sip on some fancy cocktail or wine, and write away.

Sanch and Write Tribe give you writing prompts and all you have to do is choose any one of those prompts to blog about and link up between Friday and Monday. After you link up, be sure to spread the love by visiting other bloggers who have linked up too.

Feel free to add our Friday Reflections badge to your post or sidebar! Follow us on Twitter @FridayReflect and join our Facebook Group. Share your post on social media with the hashtag #FridayReflections.

Given that Sanch is located in Australia and a lot of Aussie bloggers join this link up, the post will be up here by Thursday evening.


Write Tribe
Write Tribe

Prompts for this week

1. If you could do something that you have never done before, what would it be? Why do you want to do it?
2. Write the words you need to hear.
3. Write a list of your top 11 travel tips.
4. Try your hand at writing a piece of fiction.
5. What do you love about life right now?

Our featured writer from among those who responded to the prompts last Friday is Nabanita Dhar whose post had us Bewitched! 🙂



Author: Corinne Rodrigues

Lover of words | Self-acceptance blogger | Instructional designer| Book Reviewer| Blog Coach

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