Take advantage of these popular blog post ideas for June and start your summer off right!
Writing great content can sometimes seem like a huge challenge, especially if you feel like you’re running out of ideas. In reality, there’s always something that you can write about that will grab the attention of your target audience – you just have to know what’s trending.
Publish Your Themed Blog Post Ideas For June Early
To get the most traffic for themed content, be sure to get your blog posts published 6 – 8 weeks ahead of the holiday or event. You’ll start ranking for popular keywords ahead of the competition since most bloggers are publishing content closer to the date.
People are searching for ideas long before the holiday rolls around so take advantage of the early traffic.
What’s Happening In June
In June, the days get longer and warmer. Families are starting their summer vacations and outdoor activities are in full swing. No matter what niche your blog falls into, there are plenty of content themes in the month of June. Let’s take a look at the most popular topics for the month of June:
- National Candy Month
- Father’s Day (3rd Sunday)
- Summer Solstice – First Day of Summer (21st)
- Summer Trends
Those five topics alone offer boat loads of blog post ideas for June to drive more traffic to your blog. If you want even more ideas, check out this list for dozens of unofficial holidays and observances to beef up your content.
Let’s take a closer look at the trending topics, so you can plan the most popular blog post ideas for June that will make sense for your blog.
National Candy Month
If you’re in the U.S., June is National Candy Month! This is a super fun topic and could easily turn into an entire month of blog posts all on it’s own. If you’re not a food blogger, you may be stumped on how to use candy in a blog post that will be relevant to your audience. Check out these candy-related blog posts for inspiration that aren’t about candy recipes:
- Reese’s New Machine Will Let You Exchange Candy You Hate for Peanut Butter Cups
- Are Cannibus Edibles Safe?
- Injecting Marshmallow Peeps With Fungi, for Science
My favorite place to find ideas for blog posts is Pinterest. Their smart search bar will return a number of long-tail keywords that you can use for your desired topic. Take a look at the ideas you’ll get just by typing in “candy” and hitting enter in the image below.
Be sure to create keyword-rich pin descriptions so that your content has a better chance to rank high in search results.
Father’s Day is celebrated on the third Sunday in June. It’s a fantastic opportunity to not only increase your blog traffic, but to also increase your income! If you sell your own products or monetize with affiliate marketing, you can definitely use Father’s Day inspired posts to earn some extra cash.
Think gift guides or review posts of trending electronics, gadgets, shaving products, clothes or other popular gift ideas for Dad.
Here’s what Pinterest and Google return when I start typing Father’s Day. That means these are the popular topics and keywords you should consider writing about.
Use a keyword tool like Ubersuggest for other keyword suggestions that you’ll have the best chance to rank for.
The Summer Solstice on June 21 is the longest day of the year for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere. Thousands of people celebrate this day by visiting Stonehenge and throwing one hell of a party! What does Stonehenge have to do with the Summer Solstice? You can read all about it here.
As far as blog post ideas, take a look at the suggestions from Pinterest and Google in the image below:
According to Bridal Guide, “The most popular months to get married are June, September, and October”. That means writing wedding-related content will start ranking best starting in June.
Wedding topics can range from food to music, jewelry to family traditions, making it an easy topic to write about for virtually any blog niche!
Here’s what Pinterest and Google suggest when I start typing in wedding:
What’s great about wedding content published for June, is that it should continue to get repins for most of the year!
Speaking of Summer, June is the month for Summer blog post content to start catching fire!
People are searching for vacation ideas, summer activities, gardening tips, pretty much everything to with the outdoors.
Don’t miss your chance to make the most of this topic for traffic that will continue to pop for the remaining summer months. Don’t forget to write those reviews and list posts for summer products to earn that extra affiliate income in June!
Other Blog Post Ideas For June
I’ve just covered a few of the most popular topics that can be covered for June, but there are plenty more not listed.
NationalToday.com lists 74 holidays for the month of June! They even make it easy to find the right holiday for your niche by listing the holiday categories and tags for even more inspiration.
Here are just a few of the holidays you’ll find listed there for June:
- World Bike Day – June 3
- National Hug Your Cat Day – June 4
- Tupac’s Birthday – June 16
- International Sushi Day – June 18
With that list, you’re sure to find at least one additional June-themed blog post idea.
Writing blog posts about popular and trending topics is a smart way to drive traffic to your blog. As long as it will be relevant to your audience and is attracting your target readers, take advantage of themed content.
Many bloggers struggle with finding content ideas but I think that’s because they don’t think outside of the box. If you plan out your content with a content calendar, it’s much easier to see all of the opportunities for content.
I hope you’ll find these June blog post ideas helpful and can make them work for your audience. Let me know in the comments which of these ideas you’ll be using. Or, if you have June-themed blog posts that have done well in the past, let us know what they are.
What To Do Next
Now that you know what to write about for June, start thinking about content for July. Here’s a peek at what you’ll find in July’s popular topics:
- Fourth of July
- Christmas In July
Keep in mind that you should be publishing date-related content 6 – 8 weeks before the holiday or event date! That means if you’re just reading this post in June, you should be publishing your August-related content. Why not grab my free blog planner to make staying organized easier?
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