Want To Write More Content?


There is no one-size-fits-all approach to training your mind to write more content, as different techniques may work better for different individuals.

However, here are a few tricks that can help:

  1. Set achievable writing goals: Determine the amount of content you need to produce in a day or week and set a reasonable goal that you can easily achieve.
  2. Establish a writing routine: Develop a regular writing habit and stick to it. For instance, you can schedule your writing time for the same time each day, whether it’s in the morning or afternoon.
  3. Eliminate distractions: Avoid anything that distracts you from writing during your writing sessions. Find a quiet place, turn off your phone or anything else that could interrupt your focus.
  4. Gather research and information beforehand: Gather research and information before starting to write. Having all the information ready will keep the workflow going and help provide clarity towards the topic to be written.
  5. Allow freewriting techniques: Often, the fear or anxiety to produce formal and quality content can lead to the writers’ block. Allow writing draft pieces in free-flowing states of mind without concern to perfect language- it will help solidify and flesh out new ideas.

In summary, writing more content is all about developing good writing habits that work for you. Regular writing exercises and consistent application of editing, researching, and proofreading techniques will help establish a foolproof writing system that fosters top-of-the-range content production.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. This is really good advice! I do the free flowing thing a lot where I just write whatever I think of and edit later.

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    1. GS says:

      Yes I have come to understand that that’s the best way. Just let the inspiration flow and then refurbish it later if required 🙂

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