Are you looking out for new innovative ideas for your next blog post?
Do you feel you are stuck on the same old topics? Then, you are at the right place.
When you run out of topics, let web tools do the trick for you.
Here’s a list of some of the free and easy to use tools which will help you generate wonderful original ideas you have been missing out on.
Blog Post Idea Generator Tools List
1. Hubspot’s Blog Ideas Generator
Generator by Hubspot stands out to be one of the most straightforward blog topic generators. For all those times when you are stuck, you will be given a handful of topics to kick-start your writing process.
To be exact, this tool provides you with five exclusive ideas for a given set of 3 keywords or phrases (especially nouns). You can input a set of up to 3 words in the given box section, and the tool will provide you with new upcoming ideas to use.
If you want to change the results, go back and insert the set of keywords again.
Be specific if you are looking for some exact content.
This isn’t an ideal tool if you are looking for a dozen of new topics, but for starters, this is the best to be found.
Ubersuggest is easy to use tool which generates hundreds of keywords at a time.
Starting from hyphenated words to all other topics with letters A – Z to even number keywords, this site has it all. It gives you an extensive list of every possible keyword combination possible.
Enter the topic phrase in your mind, and you’ll get topics even you couldn’t think of. Moreover, this site also gives you a choice to expand a particular keyword to see a further detailed list of topics from the same.
With so many topic suggestions in your basket, I’m sure you would never run out of topics the next time.
Buzzsumo is one website that gives you more than just suggesting topics. It will show you a long list of several other factors that could affect a blog topic.
From showing backlinks, sharers to the number of Facebook engagements, Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn shares, you get all the information you need before choosing a particular topic for your next blog.
You also get to filter via various headings namely date, content type, language, word count and country.
This could be your one-stop solution to know where you’re heading to with a particular keyword or phrase.
4. Portent’s Content Idea Generator
Portent is an innovative tool to use when in need of topics. Although it suggests only one topic at a time, you can get several topics by just clicking the refresh button.
Given four blank spaces, this website uses your keyword or search phrase on any of the following gaps and adds other relevant content in the others. Also, it gives you the reason for each of the other three topic words used.
In other words, this is an easy yet time taking tool if you are looking for a list of topics. At the same time, you get very original topic ideas that you can directly use for your blog, unlike other sites where you get a key phrase.
5. Moz Keyword Explorer
When you provide a particular keyword to this search, it gives you the monthly volume of use, the difficulty level, organic ctr and priority for that phrase.
You also get to see more keyword suggestions and a SERP analysis based on your search. Moreover, there’s also a list of mentions of this keyword in other blog topics at the end of the page.
Thus in simpler terms, you get to see all you would ever want to know about the topic phrase you submitted.
6. Tweak Your Biz Content Generator
You need a massive catalog of topics to choose from? Then Tweak Your Biz’s tool is the right list for you. Think of a topic you could frame with your keyword, and you have it all here on this list.
You can download the whole list of topics on this page as well. Increase your Facebook and Twitter popularity by selecting the right topic from this list of varied options to choose from.
They give you topics under main headings like questions, career, how to, secrets, business, love among many others.
So if you thought there could be only a few topics from your key phrase, here’s a list that will never fail you.
7. Build Your Own Blog
This is a website that gives you a slightly different feel than the other tools mentioned above. Unlike those, in this post generator, you do not get to insert a keyword or key phrase for your search result.
Rather this site gives you a half complete heading, to begin with.
With only one result per search, you can use this tool when you are not searching for something specific. Moreover, it enhances your chances of being creative with the topic suggested by the tool.
Get your thinking caps on and go ahead to choose a brilliant, innovative title for your next post.
Although Quora isn’t a direct topic generator, you would surely agree that most often the following website you land on for a search other than Wikipedia is Quora.
One would agree with me that this site has it all that one needs when looking for an answer to any question in the world. Here you can look up particular topics of your interest or directly look up questions to get answers written by knowledgeable people across the globe.
Thus, this tool finds a place in this list as well because it gives you more information regarding ease of understanding than many others.
There are several other options available for you to choose from when it comes to blog topics and idea generators. However, this list should suffice all your needs.
Hoping this was helpful