Brainstorm Blog Topics by Sumo

Generate blog topics through this step-by-step template. Based on a blog post on Sumo by Nat Eliason .
Generate blog topics
Nat Eliason's blog post "" provides a step-by-step tutorial on how to generate blog topics, find the SEO value of topic keywords, and rank the topics to focus your time on. This template automates the blog topic generation so that you don't have to copy/paste or write long formulas in Excel. With the push of a button, the topics get created based on the content keywords and generators you enter in to the template. I use Nat's tea example from the blog post in this template 🍵!

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Quickstart
1️⃣ Add the content keywords and "generators" in the section.

2️⃣ Generate the blog topics in with the click of a button 😁

3️⃣ Select the Depth and Keyword Volume using the (see for details)

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