If you’re anything like me, you find blogging absolutely positively mind numbingly boring!
It’s such a pain the butt to try and come up with ideas for blog posts and then come up with the filling content for these blog posts.
On a bad day, I will sit in front of a half written blog post for an hour before I just give up and come back to it at a later date.
It’s IMPOSSIBLE for me to keep a consistent schedule of blog posts which is one of the reasons that I don’t see much traffic from my blogging efforts!
However, I still have to maintain a blog no matter what.
It’s WAY TOO TIME Consuming for me and my time is worth way too much to bother with it….
It’s an unfortunate necessity in internet business that you at the very least have a blog to keep your customers updated and informed with what’s going on!
It’s also a great tool for creating relationships with your customers!
It’s because of this important that I have come up with a system that helps me get through this horrible task!
Here’s what I try to do to make blogging easier:
– Use Your Idea As Your Title In List Format
Fortunately, I find it very easy to come up with ideas for blog posts. That’s the simple part for me.
Whenever I come up with an idea for a blog post, I will turn it into my title and headline for the article.
For example, say I decide to write a post explaining the differences between cold traffic and hot traffic. I would
simply create a headline out of the title in list format like this “X Differences Between Cold Traffic And Hot Traffic That You Need To Know!”
I always try to spice it up a bit and make it a bit more interesting. After a bit of practice, this becomes easier!
– Write a Small Intro Paragraph After You Have Your Title
Now that you’ve got your title, you can write a quick paragraph that introduces your topic.
Basically, write a quick summary of what the blog post is about and how you related to it in the first place.
– Using Sentences Make a List Of The Bulletpoints For The Articles
This will be the meat and filling of your blog post. Simply come up with as many reasons in sentence format that you can.
After you’ve ran out of reasons, take each one and write a small paragraph that explains these reasons.
Using my example above, I could do something like this:
“Cold Traffic Needs To be Warmed Up Before Buying”
I will explain in a paragraph or more as to why this difference is true.
I would continue to do this until I have finished explaining all of the reasons that I listed.
– Write a Conclusion Paragraph
Finally, this is where you’ll write a conclusion paragraph that will sum up what you just wrote and how it would benefit the reader now that they’ve read it.
That’s my fool proof system from creating a interesting blog post from scratch. This should make it a lot easier for you to fill up your blog with tons of new content!