How to write Content for a Website

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  1. Henry says:

    Writing content for my websites isn’t exactly my strongest ability.
    It’s naturally getting better & better but it still takes some time & doing before I get a new post created..

    It’s a great point that strong headlines can be the so called “make or break” moment if your audience is going to keep reading or not.

    You’re absolutely right, we should not edit our work the same day we wrote it..
    As I mentioned, I’m a bit slow on content creation side..
    Do you have any tips what might speed up that process a little bit without losing too much quality?

    • Nikos says:

      Hello Henry! Well when it comes to content creation you can get ideas by researching on the internet about things you are interested in or when you research keywords. Lot of ideas there. Another way is checking your previous pages and posts and you will find many ideas for new posts there.
      You can write down a few headlines of topics that interest you and you would like to research in the future.
      Organize your self can be useful. Create a schedule and set targets and goals. Keeping a notebook to write down ideas can also be very helpful. Try not to put things off.
      Reach out to your readers and ask them about content ideas.
      These are just some ideas that i hope can help you.

  2. Mike says:

    Hi Nikos,
    I enjoyed reading your post. Lots of good info. I also read your comment to Henry. You told him, “Reach out to your readers and ask them about content ideas.” Just to clarify that a bit here’s what I do. I ask my readers if they have any questions. Doing this will allow you to write a post answering that question. It will be engaging to your other readers because they most likely have the same questions.
    Thanks
    Mike

  3. Garis says:

    When I first started out writing content I honestly felt terrible doing it. I didn’t enjoy what I was writing. However, as time progressed, It has gotten easier and faster to write my material. What I want to say is that the process doesn’t come to some people naturally, but through focus and hard work ANYONE can create quality content that will get ranked highly on google.

  4. Steve says:

    Great post. You are right hard work will make the difference in the end.

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