How to write a blog post fast. Look, one of the big things with my success when it comes to marketing is because I’ve been able to write a lot of content over the last 20 years. Sounds like a long time but it’s allowed me to attract literally hundreds of millions of people to my websites.
And I get roughly just 2 million alone per month just from SEO. Plus I have literally over a thousand clients that have hired me throughout my career, and a lot of them are Fortune 500 companies. It has helped me grow companies, not just to seven figures but eight figures and even nine figures a year in revenue.
Believe it or not through content marketing. But the key is, you got to write that content fast ‘cuz if it takes you forever, it’s going to take you forever to get the results in. So you need to be fast.
When I first started writing, you could just write a 700-word blog post, and pop it up. Get rankings in a matter of days. Keep in mind. Yes. Even though it’s more competitive these days, there’s also way more people searching.
Nowadays, I don’t write 700-word blog posts, but I still have figured out how to make and write a 2,000-word blog post super fast. so that way I can get results, and still generate that SEO traffic, and get more clients.
Like any other skill, writing gets easier if you practice it a lot, but I know what you’re thinking. “Hey, I don’t have that much time to practice it. I’m not going to put 10,000 hours in something like Malcolm Gladwell says.
I need to figure out a solution that’s fast.” And here’s the thing. If you want to get traffic to your content, you better be clear of something. You’ll either have to write a lot of content over time or you’ll need a hire people to do it for you.
Yes. With practice, you’ll get faster and better but you shouldn’t be looking for a shortcut to skip that practice. Either way, you can use these hacks, and I’m going to give you a few of them to write content up to five times faster, without relying on other people.
It doesn’t mean you don’t need to practice, you just don’t need to put 10,000 hours into it. So first, start off with Frase.io It helps with competitor analysis. It’ll identify a lot of valuable information on your competitors.
The topics that they’re writing about how frequently the number of headings that they’re using, the word count, the sources that they’re linking to, the questions that people are asking about the topic, and many other things that you need to do manually.
This can shave tons of time with writing. Because look. With writing, if you do your research right, it speeds up the whole process, and Frase will help with that. Now, when it comes to writing, there are a lot of tools that you can use for AI that’ll just help speed things up, right? These artificial intelligence writing tools just to name a few like Jasper.
ai Copy.ai, Copyshark, Copysmith, and even tools like Jarvis. They’ll all put your ideas down, and you don’t have to do tons of editing, and it’ll give you a first draft. Now, once you have the first draft, yes, you’ll need to go and finesse it.
And tons of editing, you know means a lot of different things to different people. Usually, if it would take you two hours to do it from scratch, with these tools, it’ll cut it down by half. And the problem is, you’re wasting a lot of times on ideas, and you don’t want to end up doing that.
So if you go with this process from using these tools from helping you come with ideas, and writing the first draft, you can then spend your time adjusting, tweaking, making things better and editing or you can just hire someone to help you with that too.
Then there’s also content templates, writings, and frameworks, and these templates can make life a lot easier. So when you’re writing, it’s all about creating templates that you can reuse. The AIDA framework is a classic example.
It’s a acronym for awareness, interest, desire, and action. Frameworks like these will help you structure your content in a logical way, which keeps you interested in reading your content longer. If you write out of your own creativity every time, it’ll be harder for you to come up with well-structured ideas.
But if you follow that framework, you’ll be off into the races, and that’s how you cut down your content time by following all those steps by roughly four or five X.