Every new blogger is looking to create quality evergreen content that will have a nice reach, but will also keep visitors coming back. However, this turns out to be much more complicated than one might assume.
The problem often stems from failing to take care of some simple yet rather crucial technicalities regarding the very process of writing.
This is why we decided to give you 3 seemingly trivial tips on how to write better posts and how to more efficiently organize your work hours. Going that extra mile is often rewarded.
1. Choose An Optimal Workspace
Different writers need different workspaces in order to be productive. It’s not just about where you have the conditions to write, but where you write best.
If you’re working in an office environment, you may not have the flexibility to explore different settings, but if you work from home and you have the option to explore, it’s worth trying to work in different types of spaces to find which suits you bets.
Some prefer having a room just for writing. Something like a study. While others like coffee shops and crowded environments.
2. The Right Tools For The Job
We are not talking about your computer here, as you already have one, we assume. We are talking about the apps, programs, and other means of writing some folks tend to forget about.
If you frequently use certain web services, web apps, keyword research tools, or Google Analytics, make sure you add these to your Bookmarks bar for quick access.
On the other hand, you won’t always have your computer with you, so consider carrying a good old pen and notepad combo around with you. You never know when a million dollar idea is going to struck you.
3. Coming Up With Your Post Idea
Before you start writing your blog posts, you need to know what you’ll write about. Unless you are getting tasks from your boss or your clients, you need to figure out what your article is going to be about. You need a catchy title and engaging article body.
- Coming up with a repository of blog post ideas
- Selecting one to write about
- Narrowing your focus
Once you have a killer idea, you are ready to go.