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100% Working Ideas for Great Content Learned from the Best Blogs

Today everyone knows that you can’t build a successful online business without running a corporate blog or something else for the same purpose.

Blog is a communication channel with your customers and visitors, where you can always share your ideas and plans, learn customers’ needs or just enjoy pleasant talks and hear praises from your most loyal clients.

But, keeping readers happy and satisfied with your content is a tough challenge as you need to precisely know their interests and current trends of content marketing in your field to succeed. So, if you at least once felt desperate to find a brilliant idea for your writings, this post is exactly for you.

Best Topics for Your Future Content

We analyzed more than 200 posts from four great ecommerce blogs – GetElastic, KISSmetrics Blog, Shopify Blog, and Econsultancy Blog, – and aggregated most engaging topics for your convenience. You can use them as starting points for new article ideas and be sure that they are the most trending subjects for now.

The diagram below reflects the topics, which collected the biggest number of shares (500 shares per post and more) in social media from the mentioned above blogs during the latest time.

Diagram 1. Most Shared Topics in Social Media.

Most Shared Topics in Social Media

As the chart shows, Content Marketing is the most popular and engaging topic for all blogs. Useful and encouraging content today is of much importance since it also becomes a priority ranking factor for search engines. In confirmation of this consider that the SEO topic takes only the fifth position in our chart.

The second place belongs to different ecommerce publications, which is a natural interest for online merchants.

Readers also pay much attention to User Experience and Internet Marketing, prominent Use Cases, Mobile Commerce, SMM, Omni channel sales, and Big Data. These are Top ten trending topics online, which you can confidently exploit for you future successful articles.

Most of the presented results seem to be just clear and pretty expected. The only thing, which suddenly drew our attention, is Pinterest, which takes the twelfth position and is much higher than Twitter, for example. So, take a closer look at Pinterest in your writings.

Next, we went deeper and tried to find out some specific features typical for the blogs under consideration and found that their content strategy differs greatly, in some cases.