Last year, not being able to imagine what it would be like to be out of content, I culled a top 15 list of ideas of what to do from my fellow bloggers and then followed it with a top 10 list of ideas that you could use if you were truly out of content and just wanted to entertain your audience. Since the post is still showing it’s popularity to this day, indicating that more and more of you are running out of content everyday, I decided I’d post a follow-up to help you out. So, without further ado, here are ten more great ideas that you can use to entertain your readership if you’re truly out of content.
10. Ask Tiger Woods to Apologize Again
After all, why should Google only return a mere 5 Million plus hits for a search on articles relating to the “Tiger Woods Apology“?
9. Determine if Bugs Bunny Was Better in 1942 or 1962
Argue and counter-argue the merits of The Wabbit Who Came To Supper and Wet Hare and see if you can start a flame war! Better yet, argue that Bugs didn’t rap enough, because he’s the real Rap Master.
8. Cater to the Lowest Common Denominator … with Pictures of Hot Actresses
Follow the lead of PoPCrunch, AfterEllen, Gunaxin Media, and other on-line publications trying to give Maxim, FHM, and other mostly useless publications a run for their Internet Dollars.
7. MacFarlane vs. MacFarlane vs. MacFarlane
Argue the pros, cons, and interesting irrelevancies of any position you want to put forward using clips from Family Guy, American Dad, and The Cleveland Show found on YouTube. (Alternatively, if you’re old school, do Groening vs. Groening by way of The Simpsons and Futurama.) If you can come up with a good supply management related argument, I’ll post in on SI!
For example, here is a pro, con, and potentially interesting irrelevancy associated with using energy drinks to stay alert using American Dad clips:
Now go forth and construct a supply management treatise!
6. Go on a Social Media Tirade
You can do a Spend Matters and talk about how the current tools leave much to be desired, a Procurement Insights and comment on Virtual Branding, or a Sourcing Innovation and go on a Twitter tirade about how it’s turning us all into twits.
4. Compile an anthology of heart-warming Caturday tales
I recommend starting on Fark. You can find links to articles about ambulance cat’s Hair-Raising Adventure, roof cat’s Purr-fect Ending, or high-rise cat’s 17 Storey Fall.
3. Start a petition to get Scientology recognized as a religion in Canada
You’ll have the support of 0.00005% of the population (assuming it’s not a rounding error)! (And the rest of us will think you’re a wack job. That’s the beauty of a free country!)
Of course, if you’re really out of options, find a new way to compare the fashion industry to the procurement industry, like Charles did.