This great friday morning Blogoloola presents you quick advices on how to speed up the process of writing a blog post. In a previous post, I considered the problem of procrastination among writers. In this article I want to consider directly the process of writing a blog post and how to do it fast.
Set yourself some deadlines and try to meet them
The work tends to be uniformly distributed to fill the alloted time. Imagine the situation: you are a journalist in the “New York Times” and the editor in chief has given you an assignment to complete an article for an hour. “Can you handle this?” Is there a choice? This is New York Times, baby!
Create a schedule for writing a blog post
Create a schedule and specify the time when your article has to be written and published. This will help you to bring blogging to the next level and make it not just a hobby, but a serious occupation.Also you can read the articles :
- How To Be Creative And Productive Writer And Create Fitst-Class Content (Pro writer secrets)
- Your Lifebuoy to Write a Blog Post When you Have No Ideas (About procrastination and ways to find new ideas)
- 12 Things to Do After You’re Written a New Blog Post (about new content promotion)
- Extra Ways To Promote Your New Blog Content (much more about new content promotion)
- Content Marketing Makes Them Trust You (about content marketing and your readers trust)
Keep a record of themes and ideas that you like
It is much easier to start writing a blog post when you have on hand a list of topics. It often happens that ideas come to us in transport, in the shower or anywhere else. Write them down.
Get rid of distractions
Often we become a good writer is hindered by various distractions, such as phone, social networks, e-mail, SMS, TV and many others. Turn off anything that might disturb you and focus on the main thing – on writing a blog post.
Start at the end
Select and define for yourself the main idea you want to convey to the reader through your article. Use the induction: go from the general to the specific.
Try to ignore all typos or errors, you can correct them later. Do not brake the flow of your thoughts and let your story flow.
Do not focus on the facts
Do not interrupt the creative process to find or clarify the facts, data, or other things. Just leave a space to add them later, after writing a blog post. You can mark it XXX or ***.
Once you have finished writing a blog post, read it out loud. This will help you find any errors, alogisms or omissions.