6 Tools to Help You Write Epic Blog Posts
You want to write that epic blog post. Like the author then longs to create the next great novel, you understand the rewards that can come from a single blog post when it is written correctly. How do you do this? Sometimes you may have all the right ideas in place. You just need to use the correct tools, like the following 5 that successful bloggers used to create health blog post.
1 – Time
Okay, so you may not think of this as a tool. However, time is the most valuable tool that exists. It is one of the few things that you have in common with the most successful bloggers and online marketers. Don’t rush your blog posts. Take the time to research, write, edit, proofread and write several drafts. Truly epic blog posts are usually long, so you need to give them the time necessary to write them properly.
2 – Coffitivity
Did you know that “a moderate level of ambient noise is conducive to creative commission”? In layman’s terms, that means a little bit of background noise, just the right amount, can make you more creative. Coffitivity.com is a white noise generating site that provides café background sounds at different levels of intensity, to keep your creative juices flowing.
3 – Research
Here is where the majority of unsuccessful bloggers go wrong. They know so much about a certain topic, they do little research. They know they haven’t written a blog post in a while, so they just start winging it, using their fast market knowledge to create content. Successful bloggers do lots of research before they write. They don’t assume they know everything. Consistent research eventually reveals epic content ideas relevant to your niche or marketplace.
4 – WordCounter
Posts over 1,500 or 2,000 words deliver up to 5X more traffic than shorter posts, on average. WordCounter.net makes keeping track of your word count simple.
5 – Headline Helpers
If your content is amazing, it doesn’t matter if it doesn’t get read. Your title or headline his super important. It is the first thing that stops Web servers in their tracks, and gets them to take notice, that is, if it is constructed properly. Neil Patel, serial entrepreneur and founder of QuickSprout, has compiled a blog post that will help you create the perfect headline. This free resources available at www.quicksprout.com/2014/07/03/the-formula-for-a-perfect-headline/.
6 – Evernote
Evernote is a free personal notebook that sinks to all of your electronic devices. Inspiration can come at any time. Evernote is always there to ensure you capture all of your great ideas, no matter when or where they appear.