Quick and Easy Ways to Content Creation

Quick and Easy Ways to Content Creation

Quick and Easy Ways to Content Creation

Maybe you’ve been blogging for awhile, but writing doesn’t come easily to you. Everyone says how easy writing and blogging are, though. There must be some easier ways to do this, you might be thinking. After all, people are creating content every day without so much trouble, right? Right! Read on for some easy tweaks to make to your content creation.

Decide to Begin

Now that might sound silly, but getting started is usually the hardest part for anyone. So get yourself into the right mindset, sit down at your desk (or kitchen table), and get started! Or, if you’d rather do a video blog (vlog), get set up for that. Give yourself permission to quit after 15 minutes. That often helps.

UNclimatechange ©2014

UNclimatechange ©2014

Spend the Most Time on Your Headline

If you only have an hour to write, spend about half that time on your headline. Seriously. Some people won’t even read your article before sharing it, but you want them to click through, right? For more info, you might like this article: What Happens When You Write 25 Headlines Before Choosing One? Lately I’ve been using Google to help me find topics for blogging about. Just type in your keyword and see what Google comes up with.

Write Every Day

Now writing every day might not sound easy, but could you write two sentences a day? Or a paragraph or two? That will definitely help you get started. And those little changes add up. I like this article from Tiny Buddha: Things Change When You Do (and Small Changes Add up). One of those changes is to take care of yourself first, by the way. (Writing can help with taking care of yourself.)

Andrew Bowden ©2010

Andrew Bowden ©2010

Write Out Loud

Talk to yourself and then write down what you say. Or call a friend and write down what you say to them. You may want to use the talk-to-text feature on your phone. Here are the 8 Best Voice-to-Text Apps of 2020. You’ll still have to edit your text, but voice-to-text apps are getting better all the time. You can certainly talk about your business, even if you think that you can’t write about it.

Completion, Not Perfection

If you’re a perfectionist, you might have a hard time with this one. Yes, you can write something that’s good. But it probably won’t be perfect. Aim for getting it done and it’ll be much easier.

Herry Lawford ©2011

Herry Lawford ©2011

Reward Yourself

This is another quick and easy hint. You’re not supposed to reward yourself with food, but come on. This is 2020! Have the cookie. Or go for a walk, if that makes you feel less guilty. I vote for the cookie.

What If You Have a Time Crunch?

And if you only have an hour to create a blog post? You might like this article: How to Write a Perfectly Fine Blog Post in One Hour. Yes, you really can do it! At least you’ll have a great deal of it done in one hour, and the momentum to move forward.

Matthias Ripp ©2015

Matthias Ripp ©2015

Have Other Ideas?

Let me know with a comment! And thank you.




  1. Interesting stuff; I seem to break all of these rules! lol As much as I know about SEO, I don’t spend a lot of time dealing with titles. If the subject fits, so be it; otherwise, I’ll go for the entertainment value. After all, did you know that there’s only one line quoting the title of To Kill A Mockingbird in the entire book? :-)

    I also tend to write fast, but that’s because I know what I want to say once I figure out my topic. The main thing you said that most people might scoff at that I totally agree with is “starting”. If I started every day I’d have lots of articles written that I could post ahead of time. I know this because for about 9 or 10 years that’s exactly how I did it; now I’m tired!

    • Hi Mitch,
      You’re such a rebel! lol How do people find you, your blog, or your YouTube channel? I’m curious about that.
      No, I didn’t know that about To Kill A Mockinbird (what a great book, by the way).

      It’s good that you have a lot of opinions about the topics you choose. It seems that once you, or anyone, starts to write, there are an unlimited number of topics to write about!

      Yes, people tend to get all “up in their head” about the process of writing. The important thing, in my opinion, is to begin.

      Maybe it’s time for a nap?! :D

      Thanks for stopping by!


      • I market everything I create in my name. You’ve seen my posts on Twitter; every new article or video gets promoted 3 times on the day it’s released, 8 times over the first week, then enters my general rotation if I think the piece deserves to be in there. I share my business stuff on LinkedIn. I have a routine I follow; I try to be visible without being intrusive.

  2. Yes, I’ve seen your posts on Twitter. I like your routine, by the way. You’ve found a way to be visible as well as entertaining and engaging.


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