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100 blogging topics from Chris Brogan

The incredibly prolific Chris Brogan gives some hints as to how he does it, and he encourages anyone else as well with 100 Blog Topics I Hope YOU Write.  Not only does Chris blog a lot, but he also Tweets like crazy, and he's heavily involved in Grasshoppers, which I am just beginning to figure out.

People often ask me how I come up with things to blog about, and I find the question strange, because my problem is the opposite. I have too much to blog about. Why? Because there’s a whole fast revolution rolling through, and right now - today - is our time to make it all work for us. If we’re going to show people how to use social media to drive meaningful conversations instead of being yet another marketing tool, we have to run out and educate at a break-neck pace, so we can bring more and more thought leaders into alignment with these big and not-so-big organizations who could use our help.

So, on my plane ride home from San Francisco, I decided to write you up 100 blog post titles that I want YOU to write. Take one of these and run with it. Make the coolest ideas from whatever these spark in you, and keep coming back to these as often as you want. Bookmark the page. Copy/paste it into a notepad file. Whatever works for you. Or just use them as a way to bounce into better posts of your own devise. Make podcasts. Whatever works for you.

I don't feel like I have either problem.  I always find stuff to write about from my clients or from my regular reading habits, but these ideas could be useful when I feel uninspired.

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