I was trawling through some of my older online content, particularly stuff in the IM "How To" niche. I've been posting helpful hints and tips on online marketing for nearly six years now - wow where has the time gone?
Anyway, I found this really old (like 4 or 5 years ago) video I made on some sources you can use to either do content curation for your blog or to get ideas for content. Now remember - it is O.K to curate content. This means you can use it or snippets of it as long as you ATTRIBUTE and link back to the original writer - Google likes you doing this, after all the Internet is all about sharing. But do not just blindly copy. Write your own "angle" or "take" on subjects. Offer a different view and use different source of content to cover all angles.
Anyway, I put the video up on the main APD site, so here's the link.
Sources of Web Content
Yes, I know you can tell it's an old video and I didn't really know what I was doing in making video in those days, but, I have had a good response to re-publishing it...so enjoy and I hope you find it useful.
If you want to just watch the video - here it is.