550 Interior Design Blog Post Ideas
By Travis Neighbor Ward
Published by Northside Books
ON SALE FOR A LIMITED TIME!
You get 550 Q&A prompts. Readers, magazine editors, and future clients get 550 fantastic ideas from you! It's fun for you and great for them.
YOUR PURCHASE INCLUDES:
- Expert advice from Travis Neighbor Ward, a pro blogger and former magazine editor in chief with more than 20 years of experience writing, editing, and producing interior design articles.
- 550 questions that you can turn into Q&A blog posts.
- Easy-to-follow instructions for putting these ideas to work on your interior design or decorating blog.
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WHAT THIS BOOK HAS TO OFFER
YOUR RESEARCH IS DONE
I scoured the Internet for the questions homeowners ask interior designers. So you can be confident knowing these will interest readers.
A WAY TO IMPRESS EDITORS
With these blog posts, you can prove to editors they should be calling you for interview quotes and features!
A SHOWCASE FOR PROJECTS
Every time you answer one of these questions, you can add in details about projects you’ve worked on. That’s great marketing.
17 SPECIFIC TOPICS
From furniture layouts and bedroom decorating, to the best ways to light your dining room, you’re sure to impress clients with these blog posts.
A TOOL TO EXPLAIN WHAT YOU DO
The next time potential clients ask you about things like budgeting and purchasing, point them to these posts.
GENERAL DESIGN QUESTIONS
The more readers understand about interior design, the more you can focus on impressing them with your projects.
Blogging is the best way to tell people about what you know and what you've worked on.
You can stop trying to think up blog post topics and just flip to the Table of Contents!
Each chapter dives right in so you can pick a question easily.
In the mood to write about tabletop settings? Got a new kitchen project that you want to share? By turning it into a Q&A blog post, you can show readers that you’re a Very Helpful Designer, and they will love you more for it. All you have to do is imagine that a client (or potential client) is asking you the question and write your answer.
Are you a professional interior designer? Think you’re too busy to blog? Watch this video!
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WHY WAIT? BUY NOW AND GET STARTED BLOGGING.
Why put off taking your interior design business to the next level? You can buy 550 INTERIOR DESIGN BLOG POST IDEAS now for only $27. That’s less than what you’ll spend on one pair of jeans.