Is regular writing your nightmare?

There’s a great deal of chance it is. Don’t despair; you’re not the only one.

The vast majority of writers struggle to maintain a regular daily writing routine. Sooner or later, inexperienced writers hit the roadblock.

Whether you call it the lack of motivation, the lack of inspiration or the lack of whatever, I'm sure it helps build your frustration. There’s a way to overcome this nightmarish scenario.

A friend of mine recently launched a website with an interesting idea. He wrote three posts and stopped there. His inspiration hit the wall.

Actually, his poor execution of his non-existing plan kicked in.

He approached me for an advice once he learned that attracting readers isn’t just a matter of publishing any content. We all know, you must have great content that stands out from the crowd.

Read on and discover three pieces of advice you may find useful too.



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JoaquinD Premium
Hi Maudre,

Great post and training, it reinforces what Eddy is recommending, 1000 words or more for insightful and informational posts. Just starting out and trying get by with 600 to 800 word posts and not sure that will do it.

Thank you and cheers,
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MudreM Premium
Thank you Joaquin!
As I suggested, start writing about your topic. Don't worry too much about the layout at the beginning. Focus on three sources at most and disregard the rest. You can get back to other sources when fine-tuning. It seems many people struggle with it. I may write another training about using sources. Cheers.
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terrberr Premium
Hi Mudre;
Thanks for breaking it down for us, as you do jolly well!
I really like your idea of writing the introduction last(!)
It does seem that you could tie things in better, while highlighting what your post's content is all about.
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MudreM Premium
Thanks for the compliment Terry.
Writing the intro when you have the overall picture works well because it naturally comes to you. Cheers.
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parvine Premium
Thanks for the information.
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MudreM Premium
My pleasure Parvine!
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rodeves Premium
Thank you for a great tutorial. It helped me to rethink my approach about writing.
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MudreM Premium
You're very welcome Rodney. I'm glad it helps.
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ChrisTowers Premium
Thanks for this training.

I know the key to publishing good content for Google is consistency.

There is no point in publishing a post or page every day for 2 weeks, then nothing for 5 or 6 days, it needs to be regular.

Personally I post one page or post every 4 days of content I feel is of good value. I know I can keep this momentum and I know I can have the passion to write in in that time frame.

A lot of people hit blocks because they are rushing and running out of ideas... a little time in the middle gives you time for thought!

Great training, thanks :)

Chris
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MudreM Premium
My pleasure Chris. As you say, consistency is the key.
I also suggest people taking frequent brakes. One cannot maintain focus for long without suffering side effects. If massive stressing out is the price one has to pay, I don't think it's worth it.
Thanks.
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ChrisTowers Premium
I take plenty of breaks for sure :) Thanks also for the follow.. got you back

Chris
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MudreM Premium
Makes two of us. Enjoy!
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