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Your blog voice represents your unique blog personality. Dr. Seuss said it best, “There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” Your blog voice is how you express yourself consistently on your blog that sets you apart from all of the other bloggers in your niche.
Do you ever feel at a loss for what to write? It doesn’t matter whether it’s a blog post, article or presentation. There’s that empty white screen staring back at you.
While it’s ideal to have an editorial calendar that organizes a set of columns to be published on a regular basis, you can still have a dearth of ideas.
Like experienced writers and journalists you have your swipe file and list of columns you ought to write. But none of them are calling you. What do you do?
Here are seven standbys that help you create outstanding content in a flash.
Writing, like any other skill can be learned. It requires practice to achieve proficiency. While many of us are taught in school that to write well you must follow a set of rules, the reality is that writing requires practice. Tell your writing demons to be quiet since the secret to being a better blogger is to write more blog blog posts. Here are thirteen tips to help guide your writing process to make you a better blogger. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
When it comes to blogging, time management is critical. To improve your blog time management, streamline your blog content creation and publication to increase effectiveness. Here are twelve blog time management tips to get your blogging on track for success. (Additionally, here are thirteen tips to help you find time to blog.)
At one point or another, many content creators and writers suffer from a lack of ideas (aka writer’s block). They show up at the blank computer screen and don’t know what to write. It’s not their ability to write that’s the issue but rather finding the germ of an idea to develop into a complete article. (Here’s tips to ensure writing inspiration always strikes.) Here are Chris Brogan’s three tips to ensure you always have endless content topics and a list of twenty-nine topic generators that any marketer can use to create quality content marketing. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog
“How do you find time to blog?” is question I’m often asked. For me, the answer is simple. I practice writing regularly. For you, the answer may be different.
Understand that every blogger starts blogging like they’re on fire. Their posts just seem to pour out of them and onto the computer screen effortlessly. As time go by, however, you can run out of ideas and besides, if your blog is successful, you’re busier. Because it can become difficult to write fresh posts when you’re always on the go, here are thirteen ways to help you find time to blog from Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog.
Sooner or later, every blogger faces a blank computer screen with no idea of what to say. The key is to have a sure-fire mechanism for generating fresh blog post ideas to keep your writing demons away. To ensure you’ve always got something to write about, forget what you learned about writing in elementary school. Keep a working list of ideas and titles to get you through your dry spells. Here are twenty-one blog post suggestions to help get your creative juices flowing from Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog.
Every writer has days when they sit down to write and the words just don’t flow onto the page. The problem writers have is, when their heart isn’t in their writing, it shows. (Here’s how to overcome your writing demons). To get your writing on track, here are twenty-one tips to prevent blank-screen-syndrome from Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog.
Social media provides writers, including book authors, journalists, bloggers and others, with an opportunity to build a targeted audience for their content. With the increased use of content marketing, don’t underestimate using these methods for connecting with prospects for business oriented lead generation and other forms of revenue. Here are 5 ways writers can build a targeted audience for their content using social media.
Are there days when you can’t write a single word? Recognize you’re not alone (which is difficult since writing tends to be a singular activity.) To get your writing back on track and keep your content compelling, know that you have the power to destroy these writing demons. Here are seven writing tips to assist you.