Here's The Simple Trick:

Whatever thing it is that you're trying to write about, go find another website and see how other people do it, and then rewrite it into your own style and words. We're not copying anybody's content, we're copying their structuring of content.

It's 10x easier to write something if you have sort of a template to copy off of.

So for example if you're writing a review post on Wealthy Affiliate and you're stuck on the "What Is Wealthy Affiliate About?" section, here's how I would do it:

Instead of staring at a blank screen and trying to figure out the best way to begin, I would go find another Wealthy Affiliate review by googling it, and go to the section where they talk about "What Is Wealthy Affiliate About?" and just grab that part of their post and just work with that, in the next page I'll show you exactly how I would do it...

Note: I do not copy anybody's content in this tutorial!

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Jimmyk16 Premium
Anything on the internet or published in a book is fair game to be copied, but do not copy word for word as you describe.

Make sure you cite references and citations.

Good information.


mcb247 Premium
Thanks for sharing... not sure where I took this from but you have just described how I sometimes write my posts... not even sure I was taught this I just did it.

Anyway it works for me too so definitely worth a go.
lynnsam61 Premium
Using others' writing for inspiration is a great way to get unblocked. Thanks for sharing!
BorisRoman Premium
Great tutorial! Thanks a lot for sharing!

I use a similar method with the incorporation of a thesaurus.

Wish you great success!

MrKent Premium
Hey Bob, how does your method with a thesaurus work?
BorisRoman Premium
Hey Kent, I use it to find synonyms for words from original text to choose from for my text.

All the best!

Tsquare122 Premium
This is a powerful strategy for every content creator or writer. No more getting stuck while writing. Thanks for sharing this post.