If you are someone that needs to create content in order to connect with your audience, then you may find it difficult to produce quality material on a consistent basis. If that’s your situation, then using a well-worn writer’s technique called the “reporter’s questions,” or “the 5 W’s and the H” may be just what you need.
The 5 W’s and the H refers to the six questions that a reporter should answer in the lead paragraph of a news story (as long as they are relevant and make sense). The questions are the following:
5 W’s and the H – Question Guide for Brainstorming
But even if you aren’t a reporter, you can still use these questions to help you brainstorm for ideas and map out an outline for your content.
Below is a list of the questions and some possibilities for each. See More . . .