How to Write Blog Content FAST For Beginners (1000-2000 Words

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Blogs are a great resource for those looking to start their own business. Not only can blogs serve as an excellent online marketing tool, but they also provide readers with insight into the various aspects of running a business.

If you’re one of many people who have been thinking about starting your own blog, this video is perfect for you.

In this video, I’m going to show you how to quickly write a blog post in 15 minutes or less.

So let’s get started!

Step one: choose your topic and develop the theme of your article by either brainstorming ideas for what you want to blog about or choosing from an already existing list on sites like Quora.

Simply open up a notepad on your laptop and start writing down any ideas you have.

In this example, we will be talking about how to write blog posts quickly for beginners. So I’ll take the first letter of each word in “quickly” which is what most people do when brainstorming topics: q-u-i-c-k.

Step two: come up with a title for your blog post.

What is the purpose of my article? What am I trying to teach people about blogging, specifically on how to write blogs quickly for beginners?

Let’s call it “How to Write Blog Posts Quickly in 15 Minutes or Less”.

Step three: write your post.

Start typing into Jarvis what you want to say about blogging and how to go from beginner level to pro in 15 minutes or less. Keep going until you’ve written at least 1000 words on this topic so far, which should take just less than fifteen minutes (including time for breaks). Remember to include a good mix of media, such as images and video.

Break time! Refresh your mind with a quick walk around the block or some jumping jacks to get rid of those typing kinks in your fingers. If you’ve been writing for more than 15 minutes, take an additional five-minute break so that you don’t overheat your brain.

Back to blogging!

The first thing you want to do when writing a blog is to determine your goal for the post. What are you trying to teach or what message are you trying to convey? This may take some thought, but it’s important that this drive every decision in the design of your content and will help keep readers engaged with your thoughts throughout.

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