If you have been wondering how one could keep writing and bringing up new ideas, interesting titles and posts for different blogs, the following six tips will be a feast for you. In a general sense however you must know that you need to credit a bank if you want to debit a bank. Meaning you must keep up with your share of reading or fast reading blog posts. Even reading various other communication mediums are essential. If you want to avoid a writer’s block you must invest into your writers bank. Now for the six tips.
1. Do not venture out to write just one article, write in sets of articles, which will get you into a writing mode. This enables your research to be done more efficiently. When you are reading up the content they would be somewhere in the ballpark of one of your articles. There will be lesser redundant reading being done. Further there would be a particular wavelength or stream of thought that a set of articles would contain, when you have tapped into one you will be able to work on more. Do not let go of that synergy.
2. Write bite sizes. When you have to deliver large quantum of copy or transform a large discussion into blogs divide them into smaller bite sizes. Each bite size containing 500 to 750 words that would form two or more posts. Title each one of them individually and give them a slant of their own. This works better with the writer’s psyche giving a feeling of progress, and keeps one motivated.
3.Under a given topic make a list of sub topics or questions you feel the target audience in mind wants answered. When you have got into the process of answering them you would have built enough word content. Arrange them into a sequence which give you flow. Keep in mind that most audiences are not looking for lists but wants applicable examples or relevant case studies.
4. Take the same post that you have got and write it with a different audience in mind. You might have written an article on a subject for business people now rewrite it for students, coaches or leaders of programs. Feed the indentified audience into your title and you have a second article.
5. Get some time to create a directory of titles with introduction hooked onto them and store them in your WordPress folder to be developed and edited at a later date. You could do a skim of these later for use as you write other articles. This too is an investment into your writing bank.
6. As you keep working store “old” but usable in groups, which are now defunct, or ezine directories and infuse new purpose into them. Examples of this strategy are an old face book group, which is snow defunct. One would find a plethora of titles and article ideas in there.
If blog is going to be an important part of your portfolio, know that writing articles with good content can be so faster than you thought, and you can still have good content quality.