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Turn Writers Block Into A Content Block Of Cash is exactly what this article will help you do. We all have times when we'd like to write and there's just nothing there.

Times like this can be frustrating and lead to an anxiety of sorts, that may prolong the problem. I've found a few techniques I use when I run into a white wall in my head, as I call it. Using these methods has helped immensely, during these times of empty head syndrome.

Breaking the pattern is the first step, use the issue itself, to help accomplish this. Writers block is a key subject on line and there's a multitude of subject titles that can fit this topic.

Find something key to the situation like,

"Trying To Write Ambitiously Nothing Comes To Mind "

or maybe,

"An Answer To Writers Block"

Basically use anything that your mind can wrap around at the moment. The guy at the top of this article could write about the blisters on his elbow from sitting like this.

My point is that the only way we get over writers block, is by writing. No one is going to pull the thoughts from your head, it's our ambition as writers, to put out information. To copy down the thoughts and ideas we believe are important enough to leave behind. Helping others to understand, that they are not alone with this issue, is therapy for the soul, as well as an ice breaker for our own problems.

Current events on any news site, is a great place to stir up title images within your thoughts. I never go here to grab titles, they are to direct for my taste. I prefer subject and category articles rather then direct item's.

Many people will find an immediate idea that is within their scope of talents and set off from there, to write a great page. I use this as an idea shaker. Just reading through the list of possibilities, spawns tons of ideas within minutes. I never get through more then a page or two, before I have at least a few different possible topics, in a previously empty head.

Another great source of inspiration can be the major website home pages such as Yahoo and MSN, among others.

Blank Slate
These sites have updated links, to trending topics. These are the top search requests, at the time the page is opened. Talk about current content. These top subjects have high interest factors across the Internet. Modeling your ideas, rather then a direct article, is what we need here. Try to shake loose your own ideas, by relating to these topics.

Social networks are a phenomenon, that has come to the forefront of communication today. Most on line writers have connections through these sites. Use the topics that come up in blogs you read as inspiration. We always read subjects that interest us, so take one and elaborate 1000 quick words and title it.

Words On Paper
Communication can be an essential part of breaking the monotony, that forms in the inspirational part of our minds. Take a break and read a few forum posts. Make a few comments on other articles, that have inspired you in the past. Friend a few new writers and offer them assistance. All of this leads to what we're after, new images in our head.

Reading other members' articles also helps bring on new thoughts. Searching subjects we're interested in usually leads to an item that has potential to become our next inspirational piece. I like to keep a list of potential titles in a notepad file. This can give us a quick starting place to go, whenever we find ourselves with nothing to write.

Put an icon on your desktop for this notepad file and edit it daily. Using this technique, there is always something waiting in the wings to be tackled. I also prioritize these by my interest level . This makes it easy, as I work from the top of my list. If an item stays on the bottom of the list for too long, I delete it. Obviously I'm not passionate enough about this topic to produce a well optimized informative article, if it's way down there on the list.

Everyone has a favorite topic. This should be the fall back subject for any writer. When absolutely nothing is left, we should be able to come back to our primary subject of interest and write more on this topic . Start with a new title for the information you'll be adding and hit the keyboard. Once the work has begun, usually the words will start to flow.

Leaving more behind for the multitudes that will follow us, is a worthy undertaking and that's another whole category in itself. $$$ Turn Writers Block Into A Content Block Of Cash $$$ and start making money with it. Your content will grow and the mind will open up to new ideas.



Oct 28, 2010 4:19pm
Great list of ideas. I like the one about getting inspiration from social websites like Facebook by checking out what my friends are talking about.
Oct 28, 2010 11:10pm
Great ideas. I go blank a lot!Today I merely opened my windows , and an idea popped in my head.That was my topic today.but I have days when like you said.....nothing comes t0o mind to write about.when i take a break,or can't think of a topic,that's when you see me commenting and on the forums.
Oct 29, 2010 2:47am
Your approach seems fresh and will help lots of writers overcome writers' block. Good one.
Oct 29, 2010 1:01pm
lot of nice tips thnaks
Oct 29, 2010 11:07pm
Many helpful ideas, thanks.
Oct 29, 2010 11:14pm
Great article and I use yahoo just to see what's trending. It usually helps me think of something else when I read what's trending now for some reason.
Oct 31, 2010 7:15pm
It gives me a kick at my back to generate ideas. For non westerner like myself, my problem is wondering what to write for a western dominated readership. Thanks, my friend.
Nov 8, 2010 12:14am
Good suggestions! If I'm not feeling creative, sometimes I'll look at the items in my house and garage and pick one or two to write up for a little Amazon revenue.
Nov 8, 2010 2:16pm
Thank you all for the thumbs ups
Nov 14, 2010 1:34pm
That's write a note will always be there in your files.
Apr 17, 2011 3:29pm
Excellent article. My favorite tip to overcome writers block is to simply begin writing randomly about anything that comes to mind without stopping. After a few paragraphs of mindless rambling I can easily pull out a few topics to write about.
Apr 17, 2011 3:39pm
That works for me too Ernie.
Thanks for the visit!!
Apr 17, 2011 4:02pm
No Problem! I have only been on IB sporadically over the last month but I will be getting active here again!
Apr 17, 2011 5:05pm
Some very good tips. Thanks for sharing.
Apr 17, 2011 5:21pm
Sure Lynsuz, I actually get a lot more from here then I give out. Thanks for the visit.
Apr 17, 2011 7:55pm
Great info. I agree with you - the best way to get over block is to write. I've also written a few articles on the topic myself. As they say, all it takes is "seat of the pants to the seat of the chair".
Apr 17, 2011 8:22pm
Great points Diva, just get to it and it will usually write itself eventually.
Thanks for the visit!!
Apr 17, 2011 10:07pm
Marvelous tips. I've found forums especially useful for overcoming writer's block. I'm glad that you mention them. A quick jog through my favorite discussion groups has me back to drafting in no time.
Apr 17, 2011 10:25pm
Works for me too Tessor, thanks for stopping by!!
Jan 16, 2013 12:23am
You just gave me some new ideas to tackle writers block, thanks!
Jan 16, 2013 5:50am
Great news. Thanks for coming by.
Jan 16, 2013 5:44am
Thanks! Great ideas and information put into place here. Some I already practice, others are new to me. Will be implementing the new into my daily routine. You are such an inspiration for so many, thumbs up.
Jan 16, 2013 5:50am
Hope it helped. Thanks for coming by.
Jan 18, 2013 10:33pm
Good stuff!
Jan 19, 2013 6:45am
Glad you got something out of it. Thanks for the visit.
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