You keep hearing you need to blog, create content, start writing, get some information out, and do All. The. Things. Sounds easier than it is, doesn’t it?
I write all day long, so I know how easy it can be to get stuck on the first part of writing – finding your topic. Today, I’ve got you covered.
If you’re not sure where to start or you’re stumped for a new blog post, use any of these topics – modify them to suit your niche, too.
- Feature a neighborhood
- Monthly market stats
- # Things to Do Before You Put Your House on the Market
- # Things to Remember When You Buy a House
- What Kind of Home Do You Want? – Explain the different styles common in your local area
- Top Events in [YOUR LOCAL TOWN]
- Why Is a Home Inspection Important?
- What is Title Insurance?
- # Reasons to Live in [YOUR LOCAL TOWN]
- What Happens at the Closing Table?
- Unique Ways to Decorate Your Home During the Holidays
- How to Make a Good First Impression on Buyers
- What Happens When a Seller Accepts Your Offer
- # Things First Time Buyers Need to Know
- # Things Repeat Buyers Need to Remember
- # Things Sellers Need to Know
- Top # Employers in [YOUR LOCAL TOWN]
- Questions your buyers ask
- Questions your sellers ask
I can keep going on from there, but hopefully you see a pattern. Blog posts can do any number of things:
- Explain the process of buying a home
- Explain the process of selling a home
- Discuss your local market
- Talk about your city, town, county, or area – if you work the market, share your knowledge and expertise
- Remind people why they want to live there
- Answer common and not-so-common questions
People are looking for information. The more content you create, the more you can be a source for all of their questions about buying, selling, the local area, and the local real estate market. Use this list as a guide, keep your ears out for the questions your buyers and sellers are asking, and start creating the content people want and need.