Top 5 essential posts/links from our content creator’s community during the week of July 22–28 2017.

Good day everyone!

Welcome to the “weekly round-up” post from our ever-growing community of bloggers, vloggers, podcasters, and other content creators. Every week we hand-pick five top posts from a pool of the highest voted user-submitted/created posts in the community and include them in this weekly “listicle” blog post, along with the newsletter for all of our blog subscribers.

Here are this week’s most valuable posts from the /t/BES content creators community:

1. Teddy Roosevelt: The Difference Between Creating and Consuming
 
“We’re all consumers in some way. We consume information, products, and art. That’s a natural and healthy part of living, and it’s not something we actively question. A small subsection of all consumers, however, is filled with creators…”

2. How to Decide What to Blog About: 6 Data-Driven Tactics for Choosing Blog Topics
 
“Have you ever written a blog post you were sure was destined to go viral? You spent hours crafting each sentence — positive that your audience would devour each word, shared it on every possible social platform, and knew it would propel to internet fame…”

3. Content Marketing Is Broken: Why It’s So Damn Hard To Learn Anything These Days
 “Malcolm Gladwell is well-known for his reference of the 10,000 Hour Rule — the principle that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to master a skill — but a few years ago I realised that there were a whole bunch of these 10,000 hour masters out there who’d written pretty detailed…”

4. I Wrote Every Day, Just Like Everyone Else. Here’s What I Didn’t Learn
 
“I realise this is the place where wise, productive writers come to share their advice. Make no mistake: I’m not one of them. If you want to learn from someone who has achieved productivity, success and, dare I say, enlightenment as an artist, there are several better option…”

5. How to Turn One Content Idea into a Fascinating Four-Part Series
 
“Let’s start with a simple, small task: selecting one content idea. Then we’ll break down that one idea into a fascinating four-part series. The process I’m going to share is a straightforward way to communicate your expertise, in a format that is easy for your audience to consume…”

That’s all folks! Tune in next Friday for another great list that you won’t want to miss! Be sure to subscribe our newsletter if you’d like them emailed to you on a weekly basis, and join the /t/BES community if you would like to participate with other fellow content creators! If you have anything awesome to submit that others might enjoy, feel free to do so!