I also write and publish 14 to 30 guest posts weekly.
I learned how to write successful, helpful guest posts quickly.
If you desire to become prolific and want to churn out helpful posts fast remember this: quality beats quantity, but when you read voraciously and practice writing religiously you can have both quality and quantity.
Which brings us to tip A1…..
Tip A1: Read Voraciously and Practice Writing Religiously
This is the tip of tips; unless you follow it, all the other tips are worthless.
Read voraciously about your niche. Acquire knowledge to share via blog posts.
Write 1000 words daily for practice in a Word document.
Trash the document after you hit the 1K mark.
Reading and writing voraciously turns you into a blogging cyborg, a guest posting machine that spits out helpful, valuable, successful posts at a breakneck pace.
1: Time it
Give yourself a set time frame to write your blog posts.
Since work typically expands to fill the time allotted for work you will tend to hit the time bullseye and complete the blog post quickly.
I devote 20 to 30 minutes to writing most blog posts, save longer form deals.
I almost always finish, proofread and format posts within this 20 to 30 minute window.
2: Outline it
Create an outline to allow your blog post to flow smoothly so you can write said post quickly.
Creating post outlines establishes order in your mind.
Orderly minds proceed in calm, clear, efficient fashion.
Meaning you will churn out posts like hot cakes when you work from an outline.
I list my tips, steps or reasons via a blog post outline.
I tackle each point one at a time.
Doing so makes me prolific because I write 3 to 5 guest posts daily following this simple habit of establishing a blog post outline before diving it to beef it up with some content meat.
3: Write What You Know
Write what you know to write posts quickly, easily and relatively effortlessly too.
During my dingbat days I tried covering all topics under the sun, blogging-wise.
This led to struggles, straining, striving and some long nights trying to write even a single post.
Let go what you don’t know.
Stop being a Jack of all trades.
Master one trade.
Focusing on one blogging topic – whether on your blog or on other blogs – gives you confidence and clarity in covering that topic inside out.
Which helps you write the post quickly and easily.
Save heavy technical insight themed blogging post, I can write a 700 to 1000 word long blogging tips themed post in 20 minutes or less.
I know blogging.
I know how to write helpful posts related to blogging quickly, easily and efficiently.
4: List Practical Tips
List practical tips to write more quickly.
I love writing and publishing practical tips themed posts.
Readers want practical tips to use quickly for their benefit.
Writing practical tips style posts creates order in your mind as it is easy to think of a list and share a few key points about each list item.
Orderly minds are immune from chaotic thinking.
Minds free from chaotic thinking proceed in the flow, meaning your writing will follow this peaceful, calm flow, resulting in you writing the blog post stupid fast.
5: Edit After
Edit posts only after you finish writing the post.
Save your time.
Let words flow.
Most bloggers struggling to write valuable posts in a set time frame ruthlessly edit, re-edit, and double re-edit their work before completing the post.
This blocks your flow of creative ideas which slows down the writing process.
Finish your first draft.
Even if it looks like a blogging version of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre you can hack it down after allowing the words to flow quickly and easily through your mind to fingers to keyboard to Word document.
6: No Need for a Play Shakespeare
Some bloggers wrongly believe “long form” equals “successful.”
Some readers enjoying my post only need 1 of these tips to write posts more quickly.
Other readers just need 600 to 800 words to solve their pressing problem of slogging through blog posts they began writing during the Ice Age.
Keep posts short and sweet to churn out a high volume of successful, helpful blog posts at a quick clip.
Being brief helps you to make an impact in many places at once through an aggressive guest posting campaign.
What tips can you add to this list?
Comment below now, I really wish to know that.
About The Author: Ryan Biddulph is a blogger, author and world traveler who’s been featured on Richard Branson’s Virgin Blog, Forbes, Fox News, Entrepreneur, John Chow Dot Com and Neil Patel Dot Com. He has written and self-published 126 bite-sized eBooks on Amazon. Ryan can help you build a successful blog with the 11 Fundamentals of Successful Blogging Audio Course.