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How to Create High Quality Content Faster Every Time

Blogging requires you to produce quality day in and day out. Though blogging is definitely not a daily drudgery, you cannot go on pushing the limit caring a fig for your person life, giving too much attention to your passion. Now, if you want to keep your passion for blogging under control, you need to find a way to wrap up an article within a specific time span. You just cannot spend hours on writing a 500 words article unless the concept is highly complex in nature. So, to make your task easier, here we are going to share some tips that you can give a try to squeeze the gap between blogging passion and your personal life.

1. Do Not be Distracted: It is nothing uncommon for a regular blogger to get distracted at the slightest provocation. Do not take any phone call while you are writing on a topic as it can act as a distraction and it will then take some doing to get the momentum back. Another vital thing, you should not be logged in while you are into a flow. You can make people stop pinging in Chat as this is another source of distraction. Just give that thing a rest for an hour or two and you will be surprised to see how fast you have summed up an article.

2. Get The Idea Ready: It is a bad idea to churn up points while you are writing. Before you decide to write on a particular topic, you need to have a blue print ready, otherwise, you will end up losing a considerable amount of time that you can spend with your family. Create a list of ideas and points before you hit the desk as it will save your blushes. Rather staring blankly at the blank Doc, you can get some quick idea about what to write next. This will definitely help you a lot.

3. Create an Environment: Sometimes, especially writers find it easy to write on when the environment is peaceful. You simply cannot write when people around you are jabbering endlessly or doing everything possible to seize your attention. So, before you sit on your chair and start your PC, make sure everything around is good for writing. However, you can make yourself immune to outside world by trying out some noise cancellation in-ears. Just slither that things into your ears and there you go. Nothing in the world can disturb you now. Just go on writing like anything else.

4. Leave Gaps: Sometimes you feel that you are not getting enough information for a particular write-up. In that case, you should not spend hours on researching on it, just leave that for the time being and choose another topic. It will help you maintain your concentration and when you will have free time in hand, you can take some out and do some research. This will help you complete article without facing least distractions along the way.

5. Write and Edit: When you are in a flow, you should give least attention to editing. You cannot do writing and editing at the same time. It will just kill your creativity. Treat writing and editing a different ball of wax. Once you are done with the write-up, you can start off with editing task and you will find that you save a considerable amount of time along the way.

Author Bio - Michael Evans loves blogging on different subjects and he is a regular writer Webhostingdeals.org and he has written articles on the topic of Hostgator.com Review.

About Vijayraj Reddy

Vijayraj Reddy is founder and editor-in-chief of popular blog Methods2earn.com where he teaches people how to make money online.

26 comments

  1. nice post………but Leave Gaps point can make topic old, isn’t it?
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  2. Good article and nice tips
    Creating a good environment will always enhance the quality of content

  3. Thumbs up Michael ! Personally , I keep the topic of the post ready in advance , and publish it right away when I get enough time !

  4. Item #5 works best for me. When I write, no editing. Everything comes out no matter if they don’t seem related. When there’s nothing more coming out, I take a break, then start editing when I come back.

  5. Leaving gap Is an excellent idea because sometimes we keep on thinking and we don’t get idea. SO its better to leave a gap. Thanks for the post.
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  6. I agree that blogging is not so easy as it may seem to be. Like any job it requires a lot of time and huge efforts. In order to succeed in blogging it is necessary to write interesting and highly impressive articles. As a writer, I can say that instructions provided in this post may help any blogger to create interesting and highly valuable content easily.
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  7. Varinder Pal Singh

    Yeah!! you are write we are ready to get an idea to make an informative post that people like it and a very great article.

  8. Hey Vijay , which SEO plugin you are currently using for this blog ?

  9. Michael, that is a good take on writing high quality content. I got to listen to good music.
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  10. Great article, I always create a draft when I have an idea, it’s like my article first aid kit, when I’m running out of ideas, it helps me to remind what to write about.
    Also if blogging takes out of control, it can consume your whole day like a snack.
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  11. normally i use high quality and good looking images and use Head lines.its well worked for me :)

  12. Nice post. invariably lots of topics covered
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  13. Having idea and writing around it must be followed by editing is the key point and I fully agree with you.

  14. Thanks for the tips. Content creation is perhaps the biggest pain point for me in this whole online experience. Anything to help the words flow more easily is appreciated.

  15. There are times when I get on a roll with my writing. Other times I’m dry for weeks. I need to be more consistent or just space out my blog posts and schedule for every few days. I’m always tempted to post 3 at a time when I have them. Not a good thing.

  16. I certainly agree with you on point 1. As an editor running a high-quality content creation service, I have a team of 20+ writers who I liaise with by the minute. I use various live chat platforms, all of which are kept running 24/7. Yes, this helps me get the job done efficiently, but is very distracting and time-consuming, and means that I hardly ever get to write anything myself or apply my skills in other areas. Let the writers eat the profits I guess, lol. Cheers!

  17. Good, solid advice for staying on task and finishing a post! Have you heard of the Madman, Architect, Carpenter, Judge: Roles and the Writing Process. Check it out. It’s what you were talking about with the writing vs. editing comment.
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  18. I like ‘Leave Gap’ specially……….because there may be such situations in bloggers life…
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  19. A fabulous article for Advanced Webmasters in really simple words. keep it up Bro :)

  20. I know that writing good quality is even more important since Google Panda so I am pleased you have made this article available. For me item 5 the write and edit is the most critical part of the process.

  21. nice article – all points are good but i specially like 2 , 3 and 4th point well Making blue print ready is very important part in writing process.

  22. Tripathi Kinjalk

    Great Idea

  23. Great.. I always use write and edit both methods at the same time. This will lead to bad content and I got depressed by it. You method will be beneficial for me. Thanks for help:-)