Think you don’t have time to write a blog post?
Well think again 😉
I have personally written many blog posts in under one hour. Now granted, these are under 1000 words, and it is possible for you too.
One thing that trips people up is the amount of research that must go into a blog post.
And I’ll cover that too.
So with that said, let’s dig in and see what I have for you.
Use Your Strengths
Yep, you could spend hours or even days on research. You may spend countless brainstorming sessions trying to come up with new angles.
You. Don’t. Have. To.
Just embrace your expertise. In fact, when you’ve spent years on your niche in prior research, then you really have a lot of what you need in your head.
I’m not saying there aren’t times when you need to research. But I am suggesting you take your own past notes and just get started.
Repurposing Your Content
This is one of my favourite methods. It’s quite similar to using your strengths.
You are taking your content, already written, and repositioning it as a blog post.
For example, I did a presentation for VAVs in 2016 and in 2014.
I could easily go back to these recordings, take a section out of what I taught and write a blog post about it.
Yes, it’s possible to buy content where the research and writing is already done for you.
But please … rewrite or repurpose it so it flows as your own words.
PLR stands for private label rights and gives you a license to use the content almost anyway you want. Be sure to read the restrictions.
I recommend them so highly that I have used my affiliate link.
Now, as a case study, I’m going to admit I used the outline of a PLR product to write this short blog post in only 10 mins.
It helped that I knew the subject matter well. I simply did some repurposing of the PLR.
You can too!
So comment below and let me know how you go.