When asked how blog posts are created Ari Herzog (of AriWriter.com) gave the following reply:
Web tools I used or were alerted to have spawned some blog posts, such as the one about the Wibiya toolbar or the other ones about Bellow and an iPhone application. Separate blog posts by Danny Brown and Arik Hanson were responsible for my takes in other posts. Receiving my credit reports led to one post reviewing the experience, and looking at a video about Ajay Bhatt resulted in another post. And so forth.
In the past, I’ve shared how I use aggregate sites to find new blogs and the content therein in places like Alltop and Technorati; and I’ve also written about how Social Media Today and their online communities are great places to gain insights into other people’s brains that I otherwise would never know about.
Other people have created their lists of blog topics to write about, too, from which light bulbs pop into my brain and I wonder if this or that is a good idea.
At the end of the day, I write about whatever I want in the hope it will generate traffic — inspiring intellectual people like you to click my link and read what I have to say. In an evergreen post, Seth Godin shares 56 ways to increase your readers — but perhaps his 56th is most relevant to Brian’s question: Write stuff that people want to read and share.
Headline: Is It Blog-Worthy?