Frequently Asked Questions (or FAQs) are super fun and can be a crowd pleaser. I find that the boring and drab version of Q& A can be quite dull but you can totally use this format and jazz it up. For example, if you want to share some interesting facts about social media, you could use a FAQs post.
A word of caution about FAQ posts: if you use these or plan on implementing them, it’s a good idea to make them colorful, fun, easy to read and interesting…. did you catch that last part?
Yes, above all, make your FAQ post interesting. The way you make it interesting is you offer facts on a topic that would be interesting to your audience. For example, if you are a baker you might want to offer a FAQ post on US vs. Metric measuring implements and answer some common questions people face when they use US or Non-US recipes when baking. Here are 10 FAQ topics/titles to help inspire your next blog post.
10 Open-Ended Blog Topics/Titles
- Common Baking Questions for US & Non-US Bakers
- Finding the Right Bead Size – FAQs
- Basic HTML FAQs
- Mommy FAQs: The First Year
- Non-Toxic & Safe Household Cleaners – FAQs
- Math FAQs for Kids
- Understanding Photography/FAQs
- Adoption – Get the FAQs!
- Getting Started with Marketing
- Keeping Your Stencils in Shape
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See you tomorrow for Day 10,
At first glance, this one sounds intimidating. I mean, do I know the subject well enough to do FAQs on it? Then again, if I’m writing about it, the answer to that is yes, I do. I’ve just never thought of the subject in the context that you are showing me to see it as. This helps. Now I’ll be looking at my subject in a different way.
Interesting concept…pondering. Like Julie said, it causes you to look at subjects in a different way.