5 Secrets To Become A More Productive Blog Post Writer (Today)

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Would you like to be able to write much better blog posts in a lot less time?

What would it mean to your success if you could quickly learn some writing secrets to make you a much more productive blog post writer now?

Would you read a blog post that gives you some secrets to help you quickly become a faster and better blog post writer?

In this post, you’ll learn five secrets that will help to make you a more productive blog post writer. And this will also help you get the most from your time and most valuable asset.

1. Learn How To Type Faster To Produce More Blog Posts In Less Time

One of the easiest and most effective ways to become a more productive blog post writer is to increase your typing speed.

The typical computer user types at a rate of about 35 wpm. This means that if you’re the typical computer users, you should be able to type a 1,005 word blog post in 30 minutes.

Now, what if you learned how to type at a rate of 50 wpm, which is an increase over the average rate of 15 wpm, you could type this same 1,005 word blog post in about 20 minutes. This would save you 10 minutes of typing time for each 1,005 word blog post you write.

In short, the more words per minute you can type, the less time you’ll spend typing. Plus, there are many online resources that can help you increase your typing speed. So, start increasing your typing speed today.

2. Set a Time Limit On Each Blog Post You Write And Stay Within That Limit

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When you don’t set a time limit for each blog post you write, that post will probably take you much longer to write than it really should. And you’ll simply finish it whenever you want.

This is because the time you spend writing that blog post will take up the time you have available to finish it, according to Parkinson’s law.

So, to get the best blog post production for your invested time, it’s critical that you set a time limit for each blog post you write. So, as you go through your production process, record how long each step in that process takes.

Then you should look at each process step and figure out how you can streamline that process, and you should assign each process step a time limit for its completion.

Doing this will ignite a fire under your blog post production and make you a positively productive blog post writer as well

3. Don’t Let Perfectionism Make You A Less Productive Blog Post Writer

There is nothing perfect in this world. There is no perfect writing.  And there are no perfect writers because all are human and make human errors.

What are some of the signs that perfectionism is making you a less productive writer? Here are a few:

  • you lack confidence in your writing skills
  • you think your writing is not good enough
  • you just can’t stop editing your work
  • you have a fear of publishing your work

If these things sound familiar, you’re more than likely suffering from the need to be perfect in your writing.

While this is not to say that you should turn out substandard work, you need to set your own writing standards and when you meet those standards publish your work.

No matter how good your writing is you’ll always have critics. But you’ll also have all those readers of your writing who will only respond to you and your unique writing style.

4. Develop Your Own Writing Processes For Greater Blog Post Production

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If you don’t have a documented writing process, the quality of your writing will be up and down. However, when you do have documented writing process in place, the overall quality of your writing will be much higher.

Your writing style and processes are unique to you. So, how do you develop your own unique writing process?

First, you have to do a careful analysis of each step that you go through in your blog post writing process. This review will look at such things as:

  • coming up with a blog post idea
  • writing headlines for your idea
  • writing an outline for the idea
  • typing your outlined rough draft
  • editing and polishing your draft

Next, put these basic processes in writing so that you have a step-by-step guide for your whole blog post writing process. 

If you do this, you’ll never stare at a blank page again because   all you’ll have to do is follow your process.

5. Do Your Processes In Batches For Mind-Blowing Blog Post Production

What is process batching? This means that you should do more than one process thing at a time when writing your blog posts.

For example, rather than writing one blog post headline, write headlines for 5 different blog posts at one time. Or, instead of outlining one blog post, write outlines for 5 blog posts at one time, and so on.

To effectively batch your blog post writing processes, look at each task that you do in your writing process, such as finding ideas, outlining blog posts ideas, researching blog post ideas, and so on.

Then start doing these process in batches to make you a much more positively productive writer.

This will let you get into a zone for each process, rather than switching back and forth between processes that will cost you a loss of focus and a lot of lost time. So, start batching your writing processes today for more productive blog post writing.


To become a more productive blog writer you should, learn to type faster, set a time limit for each post, get over the need to be a perfect writer, develop your unique writing process, and do your writing processes in batches.

If you follow these five blog post production secrets, you’ll be a much more positively productive blog post writer.

And you’ll also conserve a ton of your most valuable asset, which is your precious and limited time. So, get started now using these five secrets to become a more productive blog post writer.

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