How to Discover What People Are Asking about?
Discover what people are asking, learn the science of building muscle, get high-quality icons, and generate color schemes.
This week we will talk about a website to discover what people are asking about, a blog on muscle building, and an online service to get high-quality icons & generate color schemes.
1. Answer The Public
Answer the public is a great tool for anyone doing market or customer research.
It taps into google searches (approx 3 billion every day)and cranks out useful questions people are asking around a keyword.
It generates the output in a mind map type visual, which is very easy to digest. It’s a goldmine of customer insights that you can use to create your next product or service.
As shown above, while doing this random search with the “travel” keyword, I found some really interesting questions that people are asking which, I too ask myself :)
2. Science of building muscle
Most guys start working out or lifting weights for the sole reason of building muscle. However, most fail. (This includes my 25-year-old self)
As every beginner would do, I joined a gym and started doing research on what to eat, what supplements to take, what exercise regime to follow on the internet. Unfortunately, there is a lot of misinformation on the topic of muscle gain. I was the victim of this misinformation and could not see meaningful results.
I hope I would have found this blog Building Muscle by Julian Shapiro earlier. It’s a handbook for muscle building where Julian contradicts some popular bodybuilding recommendations and supports his claims by citing studies and showing you how to measure your weekly gains so you can confirm you’re growing. This guide will answer all your muscle-building questions and help you stay on track.
I highly recommend you go through the guide if you are starting out or in the process of your fitness/muscle-building journey.
3. The Noun Project
Do you found yourself always looking for that perfect icon to put into your PPT or Keynote?
Then The Noun Project is where you should be. They have high-quality icons in multiple formats and that too free. It's my go-to place for icons.
It's a great tool to have in your arsenal that can be really handy while preparing decks or designs.
If you are looking for a super-fast way to generate color schemes or pallets for your next design project then look no further than Coolers.
You can quickly generate color schemes and then use them in either Illustrator or Sketch.