Where to Find Questions to Answer for Your Audience

Everyone has questions and many of us have the answers to those questions. THat's part of the reason you became a content creator right? To share your knowledge and experiences with the world? Well, let's get to it and find out just what questions your audience is asking so that you can answer them.


1. Google It

Yes, good old google. Google is amazing for finding information, it is also just as good at providing it if you know where to look.

When you are on google and you are typing in a statement or questions, do you see how Google auto-populates suggested searches and more often than not, the terms that you are searching for appearing somewhere within that suggestions? That is of suggestions is where we are going to be obtaining our information from and build your Content Ideas List.

So, let's go over the steps once more shall we?
  • Go to www.google.com
  • Type in a question relevant to your niche or audience
  • Write down all of the relevant questions.
Another way of using Google is through it's "People Also Ask" Section. Here you can find even more relevant questions to answer for your blog.

What are the steps?
  • Type in a question relevant to your niche or audience
  • Scroll down until you reach a section that says "People Also Ask". 
  • Click on a question. 
  • Another question should auto-populate as you continue to click on the next questions.
  • Continue this until Googles suggestions are exhausted and then move on to another question that is relevant to your content/ audience.

2. Reddit

Reddit is great for searching for creative content ideas. The SubReddits are full of conversations, questions, and perspectives from people from various backgrounds. Why not harness that information?

Here's how to do it...
  • Visit www.Reddit.com
  • Create an account if you do not have one.
  • Follow the groups that are most relevant to your niche and audience.
  • Choose a subreddit that is comparable to your niche or audience.
  • Go through the feed, paying close attention to the comment sections.
  • Jot down any questions or topics that may interest your audience


3.Quora

Quora can be seen as yahoo answers 2.0 Quora is jam-packed full of people with millions of questions that need answering, and the best thing, Quora recommends questions for you to answer!

The steps...
  • Go to www.Quora.com
  • Create an account if you do not have one.
  • Follow the groups that are most relevant to your niche and audience.
  • Read through the questions and answers that the various posts offer.
  • Jot down the question or topics most comparable to your content.

4. Youtube

Youtube is great for video content. It also holds the key to commonly asked questions. Many times on youtube, when you are watching or listening to a video, you realize that you are still wanting more information. There is a strong chance that someone in the comments is too.

All you need to do is...
  • Go to www.Youtube.com
  • You do not have to create a youtube account but if you do have one you can same the relevant videos in a private playlist.
  • Jot down the video titles that are most relevant to your audience and content.
  • Read the comments and see what other questions they STILL had from the video and note that in the description of your post that way you remember to address it when you sit down to write the post.

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