How to come up with Easter blog topics

easter blog topics

Many blog owners – whether blogging for business or personal – miss out on attracting new eyeballs to their websites because they struggle to find a way to link their niche topics to trending topics.

For example, anyone can blog about Easter. Even me. Like I’m doing right now.

When it comes to boosting blog traffic, this is one of my favourite hacks.

Why? Because it’s a lot like newsjacking.

You wait for trending stories or events, and you jump on their coat-tails to promote your blog, products or services, subtly exploiting them to reap the benefits: more traffic to your blog and potentially new subscribers and customers.

For example, if you blog about money and wanted to attract Elon Musk’s fans to your blog, you could write a blog post about “What Elon Musk has taught me about money”.

In this blog post, we’ll look at blogging about Easter.

With blogging for seasons like Easter, I use a similar tactic. You have the topic (Easter) and you combine it with your niche topic (e.g., homebuilding, money, cooking, parenting or party planning).

And then come up with a bunch of different blog posts. This is an easy way to get easy blog post topics and more traffic.

The awesome thing about this tactic is that you can do the same with any other holiday or trending topic.

You can also do it with your videos and lead magnets as well.

So, let’s look at how you can come up with helpful blog post ideas for Easter.

How to get Easter blog post ideas

A few things first:

  • Which niche topic would you like to link to Easter? If you’re a business, then which service/product?
  • What offer can you put in front of people on this occasion? Such as a freebie, free consultation or a discount.
  • How else can you make this post useful to your audience? Such as a downloadable checklist.
  • What can you include to make it more attractive? Maybe an Easter-themed infographic.

Check out the table below to see some ideas.

Use the examples as templates.

FREE templates to help generate stories

NicheIdeaPossible angle
RestaurantDecorate tables10 Easter table decoration ideas
PodiatryComfy shoesThe best types of shoes to wear when hosting an Easter party
KitchenwareEat egg with spoonHow to eat caramel Easter eggs with a spoon
Party suppliesMix and match coloursHow to mix pink and blue decorations for your Easter egg hunt
FitnessBurn off chocolateHow long does it take to burn off one mini Easter egg?
FlowersParty decorHow to decorate your home with daffodils this Easter
HairStyling with ribbonsHow to braid ribbons into your little girl’s hair this Easter
LandscapingConfetti on lawnAn easy way to remove confetti from your lawn after an Easter party
Social mediaAdvertsWhat to include in your Easter adverts   
Payroll Pay employees correctlyHow to make sure your employees get paid correctly this Easter  
FinanceSave money9 ways to save money on Easter  
CelebrantEaster wedding5 Perth wedding venues to visit over the Easter Weekend

Next step…

As mentioned above, you can use the same blog post template for other topics such as:

  • Anzac Day
  • Mother’s Day
  • National Budget
  • End of Financial Year
  • Father’s Day
  • Halloween
  • Christmas
  • New Year’s Day

Easy, huh? Now, do you see yourself writing a post similar to this one but about your niche topic?

I write blogs for my clients, so my niche here is “blogging“. What’s your niche?

Need more ideas? Read about Seasonal SEO and how to take advantage of ANY trending topic.

Over to you now

How do you come up with Easter blog topics?


Last updated on 20/02/17


Reader Interactions


  1. What a great post! Once my children have gotten older and we are not extremely on the religious side it’s kind of hard to find something to post about. Love it though! Great ideas!

  2. Very useful post! It always helps to have examples for how to put different spins on products… gets the brain thinking a little more 🙂

  3. Hi Rhonda,

    As always an interesting read. I agree with your points as I have personally tried this & I appreciate your efforts that you have selected this topic to write an article.

    By the way, It’s always pleasure to read your posts and comment.

    ~ Donna

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