1Recently I was struggling to find blog topics. When researching writers block, I discovered Blogher contributor Daily Post offers Writing Prompts and a 365 day writing challenge. At one time BlogHer managed and ran the writing lab series on their site, it is now run through their Facebook page.

I discovered Daily Post while investigating Blogher’s Writer’s Lab Facebook Page. You can post your link to both the prompt post on the Daily Post site and/or the Facebook page. Participating in the prompt seri2es helps break writers block and will give you more exposure. Using these prompts, I hope to transform my writing and bring it to a new level.

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If you are struggling with topics, use these prompts to trigger thoughts. Using Daily Posts, you’ll find the following topics:

  • 365 day project: The PDF, Kindle, or Ibook (epub) download is from a previous year. Don’t let that stop you as the daily prompts are just as effective in the current year. Don’t feel like writing daily, use the prompts at any interval you wish to get the job done.
  • Daily Prompts: Just like the 365 day project but with pingbacks. Write your daily post including pingback and your post loads into their page for click-throughs from the other participants.
  • Weekly Photo Challenge: Each week a new topic is posted as a photo series. Create your photo post including pingback to get listed on the weekly challenge.
  • Weekly Discover Challenge: Using prompts from WordPress Discover, this pingback series is updated on Tuesdays. Using the prompt, you can post stories or photos using the weekly theme.

If you want more, Daily Post offers courses and free downloads to assist you in your blogging journey. This is a free course series that you can take advantage of today.

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I didn’t want to post daily as it relates to the prompt series as a few of the topics don’t mix with my typical topics. I’m currently excluding these posts from my main post page, instead linking to them only on the menu area to avoid confusion.

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The Daily Post. The Daily Post. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/. Accessed October 27, 2016.
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BlogHer University. BlogHer. http://www.blogher.com/blogher-university. Accessed October 27, 2016.

3 Responses to Daily Prompts help beat Writers Block

  1. Now how do you link them to your menu only. That has been my biggest thing with the Daily Prompt. I don’t want them to clog up my purpose. I don’t think that layout allows for a separate tab, otherwise I would add a Daily Prompt tab. If you know how, please let me know. I usually end up deleting most of my DPs to keep unclogged.

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