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    3 Steps to Identify Blog Topics that are Relevant to your Audience

    Here's the content about the three steps to identify blog topics that are relevant to your audience posted by Aleyda Solis from the Moz blog site. Kindly visit the link for your reference. 3 Steps to Identify Blog Topics that are Relevant to Your Audience - Moz

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    Hi,

    That is some hardcore research. I prefer a much simpler approach. I look at what is trending in twitter and google trends and then write something on that topic that matches my blog.

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    Again, if you know your visitors, you write for your visitors.
    One line, explains it all to all bloggers and those who want to blog.

    One thing I find, is that too many bloggers want too much information and articles like this feed them.

    Sami has another right idea!

    Or another simple one liner for all those who blog and want to blog:
    Blog what YOU want, not what some so called expert tells you to blog about.

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