A great way to keep posting through a writers block or just when you have nothing good to say is to write quick little posts. If you take a look at some of the top blogs, Engadget, TechCrunch, and Problogger, you’ll notice that they all post several times a day and have quite a few simple two paragraph posts.
These posts are more than likely linking to other information on the Internet that they more than likely got from their RSS feeds or just surfing other blogs.
All it takes is a simple subject that relates to the content of your blog that maybe your readers would enjoy reading. A few words about what you are linking to. And then just through a link up there and presto. You have a post where you’ve been stagnant for a few days, or maybe, gasp, a week.
You should check out Problogger.net and some of his speedlinking posts. I find those to be some of the most useful posts he writes and all they are are links and little blurbs to other peoples blogs or services. Simple, useful and keeps your readers coming back for more.