How To Steal Content Ideas From Your Competitors

THE KEY TO STEALING GREAT CONTENT IDEAS—DISCOVERING A RELATIONSHIP

Content Ideas

Through competitive research, you can fill content holes on your websites. Only you have to follow that what others in your industry are writing about.

YES, GOOFING OFF TO BE GREAT:

You only need to focus that what they are doing right now and what they are missing and what you could add to your website that they haven’t enough of yet.

Make a habit of travel your competitors website like a user and try to find out what they have to offer.

All my best thoughts were stolen by the ancients. –Ralph Waldo Emerson

Always remember that you are not using their website as a blueprint to copy. You can get ideas for original content that are just good or better than your competitors.

You also could get ideas for how to present similar information more effectively than the competition.

By looking at competitors, ways you can identify holes in your website as well as ideas to set your site apart.

Loafing is the most productive part of a writer’s life. –James Norman Hall

 

You want to be continuously looking for creative ways to make yourself more interesting and more useful to your visitors.

As much content as there on the cloud, a lot of it can be improved. It can be written to be clearer, updated to be more relevant, or tweaked to allow users to interact with it in a fresh way.

Be on the lookout for these types of opportunities to make your website stand out.

8 TOOLS TO HELP YOU GENERATE CONTENT IDEAS

Personally, I recommend the combination of these 8 tools to create a good content. These tools can help you to steal content ideas, generate new ideas for content, and much more.

1. Google Keyword Planner
2. Quora
3. Google Trends
4. Google Webmaster Tools
5. Delicious
6. Evernote
7. Trapit
8. Trello

Note: If you are my Competitor and you are reading this article, you can make it better with adding few examples.  Now idea is yours Good luck 🙂

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