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50 Food Truck Blog Topics to Help Overcome Blogger’s Block

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As a food truck owner you understand the importance of a blog in today’s competitive environment (and if you don’t read this). So, to get the word out about your food truck, you assemble your blog and diligently begin the process of writing helpful, relevant and educational posts.

Every few days you dutifully post to your blog until the unthinkable happens: you run out of ideas, your creative well is dry and you’ve entered the dreaded land of “Blogger’s Block.”

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Not to worry – help is on its way. Here are our 50 post ideas to help you overcome “Blogger’s Block” and bring about a whole new level of creativity on your food truck blog:

  1. Identify a pressing problem in the mobile food industry and provide the solution.
  2. Review a best-selling book about food trucks.
  3. Interview an expert food truck owner and post the interview.
  4. Write a tutorial or how-to article.
  5. Put together a list of people in mobile food industry that you recommend following on Twitter.
  6. Make a 3-5 minute video or screen cast and post it.
  7. Compile a top ten list of important resources for your readers.
  8. Illustrate how a current event relates back to food trucks.
  9. Assemble a list of the top 10 books about food trucks.
  10. Send out an invitation for guest blog posts.
  11. Ask your readers a question and answer it in a post.
  12. Highlight a successful customer.
  13. Expose a scam you’ve heard about in the industry.
  14. Post a poll on Facebook and blog about the results.
  15. Examine a “hot issue” in the food truck industry by debating the pros and cons.
  16. Ask your readers to send you new product/service ideas; compile the best ideas into a list and let your readers vote.
  17. Put together a “tip list.”
  18. Post a photo related to your truck and blog about it. (Remember, a picture is worth a thousand words.)
  19. Write about the advantages/disadvantages about a particular product.
  20. Write a post highlighting an upcoming menu special.
  21. Compile a list of the top 10 blogs in our industry.
  22. Feature causes and charities you support.
  23. Illustrate why your food truck is unique, distinctive and one of its kind.
  24. Relate your small business to a special event – Olympics, Valentine’s Day, Ground Hog’s Day, etc.
  25. Link to another blog post and offer your unique opinion.
  26. Predict trends in the mobile food industry.
  27. Blog about a small business mistake you made, what you learned from it and how your readers can avoid it.
  28. Write about how the industry has changed in the last 5 years.
  29. Compile your best 10 blog posts of the year.
  30. Put together a contest for you readers. Offer a fun prize.
  31. Debunk or challenge a common belief about food trucks.
  32. Find a free and valuable resource and post a link to it.
  33. Record a 3-5 minute podcast or audio and post it.
  34. Assemble a list of the best blog posts you have read this week.
  35. Search Digg and StumbleUpon and Google Alerts for hot topics in food trucking. Blog about them.
  36. Take an old blog post and update it.
  37. Find a popular topic in the industry and run a blog series about it.
  38. Share statistics and current research in your local market.
  39. Visit a quote site, find a quote that relates to the food service industry and write about it.
  40. Write a post that highlights the “best in the industry…”
  41. Write a post about the “biggest mistakes in the food truck industry…”
  42. Create a beginner’s guide for newbies in the mobile food industry.
  43. Send out a survey on Twitter and blog about the results.
  44. Blog about a day in your life (or a day in the life inside your truck).
  45. Tell your food truck story and why you are doing what you are doing.
  46. Put together a “dictionary of common culinary terms”.
  47. Blog about who you would love to serve and why.
  48. Write about what frustrates you about being a food truck owner.
  49. Talk about what you love about the mobile food industry.
  50. Write a press release and publish it on your blog.

So, there you have it, 50 post ideas to get your creative food truck juices flowing. Hopefully after reading this, you’ll never encounter Blogger’s Block again.

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