Cheat sheets and charts are in the same area as resources and reference material in that they are a way to continuously drive traffic to your blog well after the initial posting. For example, I particularly love sites that offer charts on practical things like crochet hook sizes, basic HTML code, or the different tensile strength of various wires for beading/jewelry.
Some bloggers offer these in the form of posts where visitors can come and simply use the content directly from the page and some blogger offer it in a format where you can print it out and take it with you such as a PDF. Whatever you decide to do or however you offer it, these types of posts will surely attract visitors for a long time to come. Here are 10 topics/titles to help inspire your next post in a chart or cheat sheet format.
10 Cheat Sheet & Chart Blog Topics/Titles
- Crochet Hook & Knitting Needle Reference Chart
- Diaper Size to Baby Age/Weight Chart
- HTLM Cheat-Sheet: How to Add Essential Sharing Buttons To Your Blog
- Paint Brush Style & Use Chart
- Organic Food Labels Demystified
- US & Metric Conversions for Cooking
- Basic Grammar & Sentence Structure & Use Chart
- Create Your Own Chore Tracking Chart
- Polymer Clay Tools & Uses Chart
- Home Decorating Style Sheet
I’d like to thank Thaleia Maher of Something2Offer for hosting this event. She has been the inspiration and driving force behind this collaborative challenge and it wouldn’t have happened without her. Please take a moment to visit other pages on her site as well as check out the other Hostesses helping out who have made this challenge possible. Thank you everyone! If you have questions or would like more help with your blog, please contact me directly.
See you tomorrow for Day 7,
I love PDFs. And I’m a chart junkie, so I know the value of having one/some on your posts. I even make shortcuts to be able to find them again. I’m sure I’m not the only one to do this.
You’re definitely not alone 🙂
How do people decide whether to offer their charts etc. for free or charge a small fee for them? I have made some things for my own personal use in the past. They are time consuming to make.