For many, May is going to be a very busy month, which can make curating fresh and current content for your blog nearly impossible. Check out these holidays and unique events that can give your blog the extra boost that you are looking for.
Let this Blog Post Brainstorm inspire your posts, and keep your readers coming back for more!
Pop Culture Events in May
May 3 = National Teacher Day
May 5 = Cinco de Mayo
May 6-7 = The Kentucky Derby
May 8 = Mother’s Day
May 11-22 = Cannes Film Festival in France
May 13 = Friday the 13th – the only one in 2016!
May 30 = Memorial Day
Unique Events in May
May 4 = Star Wars Day
May 8 = World Red Cross Day
May 15 = National Chocolate Chip Day
May 18 = International Museum Day
May 20 = National Bike to Work Day
May 25 = National Wine Day
May 31 = National Macaroon Day
On the first Sunday of May, we get to celebrate all of the moms out there with Mother’s Day! As a $21.2 billion dollar holiday, more than four million online searches were conducted in 2015 on everything from Mother’s Day gifts, images, poems, to quotes and activities. While “Mothers” and “Mom” were important keywords to use, don’t forget to include support terms like “homemade”, “presents”, “ideas”, and “unique” in your posts to draw in those shoppers.
Here are some possible post title ideas to get you thinking about how to make the mothers in your life feel special:
The Ultimate Mother’s Day Gift Guide
10 Ways to Celebrate Mom this Mother’s Day
The Best Mother’s Day Gifts
DIY Mother’s Day Gifts
Pamper Mom this Mother’s Day
In May 2015 over 2 million people did an internet search for the Chicago Blackhawks, as they were scheduled to play against the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley cup playoffs. As Chicago natives, we love to cheer on our local sports teams. Don’t forget to include a post about your favorite in-season teams and their gear! Here are some title ideas to get you started:
Stanley Cup Playoffs
Cheer On Your Favorite Sports Teams
The Best Team Gear