How to Write Blog Posts Faster: 9 Simple Tips

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If you want to know how to write blog posts faster, keep reading.

It's no secret that writing high-quality content takes time. But what if you could write blog posts faster without sacrificing quality?

In this article, I share nine easy tips guaranteed to help you create blog content in just hours instead of days or even weeks.

Try implementing some or all of these tips and see how much easier and faster writing blog posts can be!

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1. Do Your Research First

When writing a blog post, it's essential to research your topic to gather information before you start writing, so you know exactly what you should include in your article.

Not only will this help you write better content, but it will also save you a lot of time in the long run, and as a result, significantly speed up the writing process.

There are a few different ways to do research, and the best way will vary depending on the topic you're writing about. But for most people, looking at the top ten articles on page one of Google is sufficient.

You can also use social media, forums, and even YouTube to do research. Just make sure you're looking at reputable sources so you don't waste time reading through useless information.

During your research, takes notes to refer back to when you're writing, so you don't waste time going back to look at the information again.

2. Write A Blog Post Outline

Before you start writing, create an outline. Having an outline will help you write faster because you'll know exactly what you need to write about and in what order.

You'll also have more focus and direction, so you won't find yourself wasting time staring at a blank screen wondering what to say, or going off on tangents.

And if you research the topic first, writing an outline will be quick and easy.

Start by listing the main points you want to make in your post. Then, add a few sentences under each point to explain what you are going to say.

3. Use AI Copywriting Software

To maintain a regular publishing schedule, being able to write blog posts fast is key.

But writing all the content yourself from scratch is time-consuming, especially if you're not a natural-born writer and you struggle with writer's block.

In which case, the easiest way to speed up the writing process is to use AI copywriting software. It uses artificial intelligence to help you write original content faster.

You simply input your blog post title, outline, and the main points you want to talk about, and the software will write 80% of the content for you, error-free.

There are a variety of different copywriting software programs available, but in my experience, the best AI copywriting software is ... Jarvis AI.

This entire blog post was written with the help of Jarvis AI.

4. Don't Edit As You Write

If you want to write blog posts faster, you can't edit as you write because it will slow you down and make it harder to stay focused. So save the editing for later.

It's much easier (and faster) to edit a complete article than it is to edit an article that's only half-finished. And if you're worried about making mistakes, don't be. You can always go back and fix them later after writing the first draft.

Once you have the first draft complete you can fix any grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes, as well as make any necessary changes to improve the quality of your content.

5. Write The Introduction Last

When it comes to writing, the old saying “save the best for last” definitely holds true.

The introduction is often the most important part of a blog post or article, and it should be given the attention it deserves.

Readers will decide whether or not to continue reading based on the introduction, so you want it to be catchy and engaging.

But until you know what's in the body of your blog post, it is often difficult and time-consuming to write a good intro. So save yourself some time by writing it last.

6. Take Breaks

When you're writing a blog post, it's important to take breaks, especially if you're struggling to write and feeling overwhelmed.

Taking a break will help clear your head and when you come back to the task at hand, you'll have fresh eyes and be able to write more quickly and efficiently.

So if you find yourself stuck, take a break! Go for a walk, take a hot bath, watch your favorite TV show, or just take a few deep breaths.

Then, come back to your post and see if you can get the words flowing again.

7. Practice Writing Every Day

One of the best ways to learn how to write blog posts faster is to write every day.

At first, this might seem like a daunting task, but if you break it down into smaller goals, it will feel much easier to accomplish.

To get started, just make a commitment to write 500 words a day or to write for one hour a day. Then with time, you can increase the word count or writing time.

The important thing is to get into the habit of writing regularly because the more you write, the easier it will become.

And eventually, you'll find that you can easily churn out high-quality blog posts faster than you ever thought possible.

8. Write When You're Most Productive

Writing is a creative task, so it's important to find the time of day when you're most productive. You'll be able to churn out blog posts faster and with less effort.

For some people, this might be early in the morning, while others might prefer to write late at night.

Experiment until you find a time of day when you're naturally in a good writing mood, and stick to that schedule as much as possible.

This will help you get the most out of your writing sessions and enable you to write blog posts faster.

9. Don't Be a Perfectionist

One of the biggest roadblocks to writing quickly is perfectionism. Don't get me wrong, it's important to produce high-quality content, but trying to make everything perfect can be a massive waste of time and energy.

If you find yourself getting stuck because you're trying to make every sentence word perfect, take a step back and remind yourself that it's okay to make mistakes.

No one is perfect, and your readers will understand that. So don't stress about making small mistakes or typos ...

Just focus on getting your thoughts out of your head and worry about editing later!


I hope this article has helped you learn how to write blog posts faster.

By following these tips, you'll be able to write quickly without sacrificing quality. So give them a try and see how they work for you!

Top Tip: Number 3 worked best for me. Go check it out.