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7 Rapid-Writing Tips 

Writing articles is a much-needed skill you are promoting products, services, information, or just anything on the Internet. In fact, even if you do not have anything to promote writing is a must have skill. Search engines love dynamic, continuously updated websites and blogs more than static ones. So, if you want visitors, then you'll want to share your wisdom. however, you may be concerned about how long it can take to write an article. Here are 7 tips for rapid writing

1. Brainstorm 

Always keep a list of topics, titles, or headlines you can write about handy. If you ever get stumped on what to write, refer to this list. It will help you keep you going even when nothing to write comes to mind.

2.Create a Content Publishing Calendar

A content publishing calendar requires you to assign content to be published on a certain day. This allows you to keep focus on what content must be written first and what can wait. It will also help you meet your content publishing goals.

3. Write in Batches

Once you get your content publication calendar down, you can chose a day that you have plenty of time, a couple of hours is best, and just devote that time to writing each item on your calendar for the week. Once you get used to this, you'll find that you can usually write faster. When given the time you can get into a flow and your mind will be trained to write at that time. Trust me, this works!

4. Start With the Title 

Otherwise known as a Headline, the title is very important. Starting with the title helps you focus on what to write. Your "working" title doesn't have to be perfect. You can always edit it after you've written your article. It should contain a keyphrase related to your article topic that a potential site visitor might type into a search engine to find you.

5. Use Lists, Bullets or Boxes

In your article, if you use lists, numbered, bullets or boxes, like in this article, it will help you keep your thoughts organized. Write out the bullets, lists, and topics before you write the other information,  like an outline.  Believe it or not, outlining speeds up article writing! Once you've outlined, expand the content by adding in extra details, anecdotes, statistics and other things your audience loves.

6. Write About What You Know

If you stick with what you know, you'll be able to write articles a lot faster. As you become more experience in writing then you can branch out to writing about topics you are less familiar with. At first stick to what you know and it's easy.

7. Check It

 It's always a good idea to check your articles for plagiarism. Even though you do not mean to plagiarize it can happen quite by accident. There are two great programs you can do this with: Copyscape.com, and Grammarly.com. Grammarly.com has more features and also checks for other issues whereas Copyscape.com only checks for online plagiarism.

Writing articles is easier than you think! All it takes is a little time and experience. 

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Kevin and Sarah Arrow founded the Online Visibility Academy in 2015 to help busy business owners upskill in digital marketing, and have a distraction free development space. They train individuals and team members on marketing skills that get results! 

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