7 Tips To Improve Your Writing Speed

We are all leading busy lives and we all need to find ways to do things faster, and that goes for those of us who write on a daily basis on our blogs, or other platforms online.

As for me, I am getting busier as I am getting more business, and that’s great, but this made me think.  How can I find ways to improve me writing speed?  I have to say I am already a fast writer, but there’s always room for improvement, isn’t it?

By the time you reach the end of this post I’d love to hear what YOU do to improve your writing speed, but before you do, let me give you a few tips that may improve your writing speed.  Especially if you are still knew at writing online.

1-      Learn How to Type

When I say writing speed I’m not really talking about how fast you type, but if you can’t type, it will slow down your work tremendously.  So, it may sound weird to you, but this is my  first tip to you.  I happen to know a bunch of people off line who can’t type, and I that includes  someone who wrote a book, so I’m not kidding, this reminder is needed.

If you don’t know how to type without looking at your keyboard using all your fingers, you need to learn.

Ouch! I know “learning” is a bad word.  I mean by that it’s a word that according to some study doesn’t ring with pleasure for the human brain.  But let me appease you right now, learning how to type is much easier than you think.  You can buy a non-expensive CD tutorial that can help you type like a pro in less than a week.  As a matter of fact, about 10 years ago I didn’t know how to type either, but I learned in about 3 days with this type of tutorial.

So, if you don’t know how to type, give yourself a favor and get one of those typing tutorial CDs that you stick in your computer and just run.  Learn how to type like a pro using all your little fingers.  You’ll be so glad you did.

2-      Write During the Hours you are Most Alert

Some people are morning people, like me, and some people are night owls. You are most likely to write faster when it’s your time of the day.  In my case, my brain works twice as fast in the morning and that’s when my writing is coming easier, faster and better.  It’s like all the ideas take root in my sleep and are ready to come out in the morning.  What about you, when is your brain working on over drive? That’s when you will be able to write the fastest.

3-      Be a Blogger/Writer 24/7 not only when you’re Online

If you think about writing ONLY when you’re about to start writing, you will always be short for ideas and, therefore, short for speed.  Even if you have a day job, even if you’re away from your computer hours out of the day. You need to think about your writing all the time.

If you think as a blogger, internet marketer, or online writer all the time, ideas will come to you on a regular basis.  When you are ALWAYS looking for ideas to write about, your writing speed improve automatically.  When the idea is there, the writing is FAST.  If you run short of ideas sometimes, check this blog for tips to never run out of ideas to write about.

4-      Know your Niche Well

If you know your niche well it will be an easier and faster write.  Believe me I know. I write much faster when I know a great deal about the my topic.  If you’re a freelance writer you are not always going to write within your niche – that’s part of the game, but if you are a blogger, an affiliate marketer, or network marketer, choose a niche that you know well or get to know your niche inside out from the beginning.  Once you do, your writing will take up speed.

5-      Take Notes of All the Things that Sparks your Interest

The more notes you take about interesting ideas and topics to write about the faster you will be able to come up with an article idea.

For most people what prevent them from writing fast is lack of ideas, so make sure that you collected your ideas in a notebook, either a physical one or one of those online notebooks that you can download on your computer such as Evernote or OneNote, for example.(not affiliate links).

6-      Keep your Introductions Short

Short introductions will greatly improve you’re your writing speed. If you get lost in long never ending introductions you will lose track of what you want to talk about in your post or article.

The introduction is meant to keep the interest of the reader live after they’ve been attracted to your article by your good headline, but the shorter the introduction the better efficient it will be for both your writing speed and your reader.

7-      Use Sub-Headings

Using sub-headings will not only guide your reader through your article better, but it will guide your own writing and  help speed it up.  It takes more time to write a long on-going article than writing 2 or 3 paragraphs under each subheading.  If you are not aware of this yet, try it and see what happens!

Just by pre-writing your subheadings or stop writing after 2 or 3 paragraphs and start again under a new subheading will really help you write faster.

Those are 7 easy steps that can improve your writing speed if you start applying them now.

 So, your tun now. What do you do to improve your writing speed?

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55 Comments

  • Harleena SinghTwitter: harleenas says:

    Loved the tips shared Sylviane!

    Being a professional freelance writer and blogger I can so well relate to these tips that WILL improve your writing speed. It isn’t easy to type fast without seeing the keyboard, but it’s easy if you write daily and that’s what I’ve been doing past many years now. I didn’t really take up any tutorial, but because I write so much it’s become a habit to not see the keyboard when I type now, and this does help a great deal. I guess practice is what makes us perfect – isn’t it?

    I agree about being most effective during your productive time, and like for you, it’s the morning hours for me too. And yes, always keep a note pad with you for ideas, that can come up anytime or anywhere during the day – so, all you need to do is just pen them down and use it up later.

    If you are in a particular niche and know your topic well, writing comes easy and fast. However, if you are researching and writing for a topic, things might take long. However, just as you mentioned, if you are precise with your paragraphs, introductions, and sub-heads, you can weave a post fast enough too.

    I guess what matters most where writing fast is concerned is that you learn to pour in your thoughts and do so whenever anything comes to mind and you can learn to build it up from there – just don’t restrict or stop, or wait for the right moment to get started. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing these tips with all of us 🙂
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Harleena,

      I appreciate you’re coming and commenting on this post as I know you are a professional writer as well 🙂

      Definitely having to look at your fingers and keyboard will slow down your writing, so for me it was such a relief when I learned how type properly. I learned when I was working in a law office where I had no choice, but doing it.

      Thank you for your input on this subject.

  • Sonia says:

    These are great tips Sylvanie. For myself I write at the most weirdest times early in the morning because my mind tends to be the most creative and there are no distractions. I swear I could have all the time in the world on the weekends only to be left with writers I block or no ideas to append.

    I use to write on paper only to go back and not be able to read what I initially scribbled, but now I try and use tools to help me along the way. Sometimes I still feel as if my writing is way to slow, but I implement the tips you shared to help me. Thanks Syvlane!

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Sonia,

      I’m glad you enjoyed this. I’m like you, I could use some of my time on week ends but my brain is fried and usually can’t write a thing then. I think that psychological 🙂

      It has happened to me not to be able to read my own handwriting, I’m glad I’m not the only one. Now I almost never hand write my notes, it makes it much easier.

      Thanks for coming by 🙂

  • Carol LynnTwitter: carollynnrivera says:

    Ok, I admit I do NOT know how to type! I use about four fingers and look down all the time. It’s one of those things I want to learn but every time I try it slows me down so much that I give up. I know it would be worth it! Ok, that needs to go on my 2013 resolution list. It’s funny because up until the past few years, maybe within the last 5 years, I used to actually WRITE. No typing, unless I was transcribing. I wrote in a spiral notebook and then moved it online. Eventually I got used to typing even though I never learned how. Do you have any suggestions for a good program to teach me?

    I’ll also add that your point #3 is one of the most important things you can do. Your “job” doesn’t really start and end at a certain hour. You sort of have to live it all the time. This was true even when I was teaching. I used to think constantly about what I could bring into the classroom or what ideas I could use. Same thing now – I think about ideas all the time. That’s why I have notebooks and apps all over the place!

    All your tips are important here and I’m pretty sure everyone would like to write faster especially with how busy we always are!
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Carol,

      How interesting to see that even more people than I thought, and people who write as much as you do, do not actually know how to type using all 10 fingers. Wow, and I almost thought about not putting this tip here. I’m so glad I did!

      I don’t remember the name of the CD I learned with as it was purchased by my then lawyer boss when he discovered that I didn’t know how to type. It was an audio and visual tutorial where a voice told you what to type and forbade you to look at your fingers. I didn’t think it worked at the first, but it was darn effective as I learned how to type without looking at the keyboard within 3 days. Worth your time, indeed!

      I’m sure you can find this through Amazon, but I’ll look into it and let you know what I find. I’m sure you will love it to type with all your fingers. In your case it would be so worth it 🙂

      Yes, I remember you telling me during our interview how you look for writing ideas in everything all the time. That was a great tip.

  • Tonya Stephens says:

    Great points to consider in our efforts to produce good content.
    I never thought when I took that typing class in high school it would become so important to me.
    I especially like your tip on the sub heading this makes good sense and I will definitely give it some practice.
    Really appreciate your information. BTW I read you free article marketing report and got a lot of value from that as well.
    Thank You,
    Tonya

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Tony,

      Nice to see you here again and thank you so much for telling me this about my tutorial. It’s so nice to hear 🙂

      I’ve never learned how to type in school, and not even much later, but eventually it caught up with me and I had to learn when I started wroking as a legal assistant in a law firm. My boss got me a tutorial and I learned in 3 days. It was so worth it.

      I’m glad you enjoyed the tips in this post.

  • Donna MerrillTwitter: donna_tribe says:

    Sylviane!

    These tips are great especially coming from you! As a professional writer, I am glad you shared your secrets! I do think of blogging 24/7 and am inspired so many times to write about something I see or hear of. I do have a note book on my desktop that I will put a sentence or two to remind myself to write about that subject. The problem is, when I’m out having down time, I think of things, but cannot write them down to remember. Sometimes I’ll write it on a napkin and take it home – Sound crazy?

    The one thing I am great at is typing. I learned how to do that long ago so I never look at the keys. I would say I can type really fast maybe 90 words a minute or more. Sometimes i go so fast that I can actually keep up with my thoughts.

    But, the one biggest problem is that I tend to ramble. After I write a post there is so much I have to cut out because I tend to go off to other subjects. Any advice?

    Donna
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Donna,

      Wow you’re a typing machine! While I use all my fingers and don’t look at the keyboard I not at 90 WPM yet 🙂

      Well, my best advice to you if you tend to ramble is to stop writing every few paragraphs and read what you’ve just written, but I know that sometimes if I do this it will stop my thread of thoughts, so depending on the situation better keep going an cut off the extra later. It’s up to you!

      Also as I mentioned in the post, maybe prepare you subheadings first and then fill up the blanks, so to speak, that should also cut down the rambling 🙂

      Try it and let me know how it goes 🙂

  • AdrienneTwitter: adriennesmith40 says:

    So we now know your secrets Sylviane… If only we can implement some of them into our lives.

    So I will admit that I don’t take notes, I don’t map out my posts and I don’t write at specific times. I do however know what my topic will be when I sit down to crank out a post and usually the thoughts just seem to flow. Thank goodness I’m a quick typist since that’s what I did for a living.

    Does that mean that I crank that baby out in no time at all! Hell no, I sometimes go back over it so many times I’m sick of reading it. I know, I know, I shouldn’t do that but I do. Oh well… The good news is I only write two posts a week but if I had to write like you do I’m have a change of heart.

    Thanks for the great tips!

    ~Adrienne
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Adrienne,

      Well, at least, like Donna you’ve got the typing down Adrienne:). Wow, this post seems to generate lots of comments and I’m finding out who can type and who can’t. Very interesting.

      The reason you review your post so much is probably because you’re a perfectionist, because I know that you are writing just fine, Adrienne. You don’t appear to be someone who has any problem with grammar or spelling or anything like that 🙂

      If you know what you are going to write about and it flows so well as you are reading to write, then you are doing just fine, Adrienne. You probably don’t need any of those tips 🙂 But thanks for coming as always!

  • Sue PriceTwitter: suejprice says:

    Hi Sylviane

    I love this post and these are great tips. I agree with them all and especially to be thinking about writing your content all the time. I have my best blogging ideas when I am out walking or doing something else. If I wait until I sit in front of my computer I am just blocked.

    I usually have a list of ideas going.

    I never learned to type at school as I did a profession and it was long before the internet. That was difficult to learn later in life but hey I did it!

    Thanks for sharing these tips Sylviane.

    Sue
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Sue,

      I’m 100% with you, our best writing ideas come when we are out and about, not sitting in from of our blank screen. Thus the need to think “post” all the time. Most of us have had to learn how to type after school years, but it’s possible for whoever wants to, right? I’ve learn so many things as an adult, even two of the three languages that I speak. I don’t believe in excuses much 

      Thanks for your input, Sue 🙂

  • Amit says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    I am new to your blog and found your blog ineteresting. As you mentioned in your post to use subheading, I am agreed with it. Yes subheading can help a new content writer very much. I am also new to blogging world and learning some new things from the best bloggers like you and Adreinne. Thanks for sharing posts that are much needful for me.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Amit,

      I’m honored that you would come and learn from my blog and this makes the purpose of this blog all so worth it. I try to create valuable content and it makes me feel good when people benefit from it.

      Thank you for coming and hope to see you again soon 🙂

  • Pauline says:

    Hi Sylviane
    I admit I cannot type using all my fingers so that is something I need to improve on 🙂
    I tend to do my best writing early in the morning, I feel more refreshed plus I wake up earlier than my husband and as we both work from home I get to have a couple of hours alone in the peace and quiet to write.
    I have a notepad with my at all times so if something pops into my head when I am at the supermarket etc I can jot it down for when I get home.

    Thanks for sharing, have a great day
    Pauline

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Pauline,

      I do realize that lots and lots of people don’t know how to type, and I’m kind of surprised by it, but it’s still a fact. If you are interesting in learning it’s super easy though!

      Having a pad everywhere you go it’s a great habit. I admit that sometimes I’m out and about with nothing in hand and I’ve lost ideas that way in the past. Ideas are so fleeing that’s why we need that pad.

  • Neamat TawadrousTwitter: nkeriakos says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    Another great post with tons of value. Thanks a lot for sharing these ideas. I just started blogging as you know and I struggle with the time it takes me to put together a blog post. I am a fast typist as I used to work as a secretary and we used to type a lot so I don’t have a problem here. But I liked #4 and what you have to say to study our niche from the inside out in order to be able to write fast. I am learning as I go about my niche and I think it is getting better. It just takes so long to research a subject and then write about it, but hey that’s how I am learning. And guess what, I am a nightly owl and I like to write best at night when all are in bed and it is quiet for me. The is the most productive time for me.

    Thanks a lot for the tips and they are all valuable and one can make good use of each one of them. Great post, thanks for sharing it with us.

    Be Blessed,

    Neamat
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Neamat,

      I’m glad you enjoyed this post. You know, the best way to learn about your niche is by learning a little bit more each day. No pressure, no rush. Just do a lot of reading or even a little reading each day. As time goes on you will realize how much easier it will be for you.

      But there is no substitute for time. My two main niches writing and personal development are so part of me now that I can write about anything rather easily, but it wasn’t always that way, so that’s why I know that time will fix any issues that you may encounter right now. The more you learn the more you can reduce such time frame fast!

      Thank you for coming and see you on your side soon 🙂

  • Ti Roberts says:

    Great post, Sylviane. Learning how to type faster is defintely a great way to increase your writing speed. I learned to type when I was in 10th grade so my typing speed is okay (around 60wpm), but I would love to get up to around 85 wpm, even 100 wpm.

    I also liked your point about short introductions. This is important as well. I try to keep my intros entertaining and short. My readers seems to like my writing style and I’m always striving to make improvements. Thanks for sharing these tips with us. I appreciate it.

    Ti

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Ti and nice to see you here.

      Learning how to type in school is really great, I wish they did that back then when I was in school. Well, we used to learn how to type with typewriters but that was very fastidious and it’s a bit different from computers.

      It seems like you’ve got your article intros well in order and that’s a great thing.

  • Sue Neal says:

    Hi Sylviane – I agree with, and try to implement (though not always successfully!) all of these.

    Learning to touch type is one of the best things I ever did – it makes a huge difference.

    I think one I’d add is that I always plan a post out before I start writing it – I’ve recently started using a mind-mapping tool for this and found that helps enormously. I try to start with my headline, so I know where I’m going with the post, and take it from there. I find having a rough outline makes the actual writing process easier and quicker (though I know I’m still very slow compared to a lot of writers).

    I also try to resist the temptation to edit as I write, because that spoils the flow and slows me down, but I must admit I don’t always manage to stick to that,

    Thanks for these tips – I take particular note of your second point, because I’m guilty of burning the midnight oil and writing when it’s far too late and I’m tired – you’ve given good advice, there, which I shall try to heed!

    Sue

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Sue,

      Wow, I would love to try you mind map tool, sounds like something I’d like. Do you mind sharing what it is?

      Like you, learning to type, was one of the best things I’ve ever done because it sure does make a huge difference.

      Those tips might not work for everyone, but they work for me and hope you have fun with the ones you try.

      • Sue Neal says:

        Hi Sylviane,

        There are quite a lot of mind mapping tools to choose from – I use Edraw, just the free version, and I find it’s great – very user-friendly. I’ve found making a visual representation of my plan helps stimulate ideas – it gets you using that creative side of the brain.

        You can download Edraw here: http://download.cnet.com/Edraw-Mind-Map/3000-18509_4-197599.html (not an affiliate link!)

        Enjoy!

        Sue

        • Sylviane Nuccio says:

          Thank you so much Sue, I will check that out!

          Sorry, just notice your response now as I was scrolling through all the blogs that I have to go visit now 🙂 Oh, and I wouldn’t mind if it were an affiliate link, ya now. Nothing wrong with that 🙂

  • Sapna says:

    Hi Sylviane

    Thanks for sharing your secrets of writing. I am a programmer and have typing code for the last 10+ yrs now so typing is not an issue at all. I can do that without seeing the keyboard except for Function keys.

    I can write in any part of the day, only thing important is willingness to write.
    All your points I feel are really important and now have been well understood.

    Thanks for sharing the great knowledge and your experience.

    Thanks
    Sapna

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Sapna,

      Well, I’m sure you have no trouble with typing if you can type code all day long.

      I also have to write all thoughout the day sometimes, but deffinitely morning are more productive for me. If you are well alert all day long all the best for you.

      Thanks for your input.

  • Michael Buccilli says:

    Sylviane, I understand the need for “speeding up” our writing as am learning from our Mastermind group that we are all becoming increasing busy; a great thing – I appreciate this post because as usual you are right on time with what I needed to learning this week.

    Yes, though I know you aren’t speaking about the number of words you can type but as you also stated typing, and being able to type without looking at the keyboard has been such a blessed technique that I thankfully learn in High School.

    Your other tips that you share in this article are also well taken.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Micheal and nice to see you here.

      I’m so glad that you have the typing part down, it’s so useful. I really feel for people who can’t type correctly even if they don’t type with super speed, but the correct way will change your world.

      I’m glad to have written this post as many people like you seem to have enjoyed this topic.

      Nice seeing you here 🙂

  • Raaj Trambadia says:

    Some fab tips here. It’s not been a long time since I’ve started writing even when I’m away from my laptop (which I hardly am). If I don’t have my Laptop, my iPad OR my iPhone – I at least note down the sub-headings and titles which I get in mind on my Blackberry (sorry, I’m not showing off my gadgets here!). I do that because many times, I forget some great topic which I could’ve written on – therefore it’s always beneficial for me to note down whatever I have in mind.

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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Raaj,

      Thanks for coming. I am glad that you take notes for future articles to write. That’s the way to go, so you’ll never run out of articles to write 🙂

  • MayuraTwitter: MayuraDeSilva says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    Wonderful indeed 🙂 Now I know it’s gonna help out many as bloggers say that they run out of time and ideas sometimes.

    I’m glad that I can type as I think 😉 Well, typing was a thing I was doing all the time as it goes with almost everything and anything. But true, even simply in a chat, people still figuring out to type. I mean not just people, but bloggers 🙂

    I admit, I’m a night owl but if I awake in the morning, I do write too. Some days I write early in the morning before I got to sleep. I just wanna be alone when I do write 😉 Else distraction possible for me. But I know that if I start to write in a wrong time where my mind not open for it, I’d take a day for a simple post 😀

    #3 and #5 (Which are very closer) are very, very and very important 🙂 I’ve been doing that all the time and I was wondering why I don’t run out of topics but more to write about. That’s for sure and if we have passion, we always tend to catch and save for next topic, right dear? 🙂 I think so.

    Wonderful topic and nicely done dear 🙂 Really!!!

    Cheers…
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Mayura,

      Looks like you’re doing great since you know how to type and know how to never run out of ideas to write about. Your blog is full of wonderful specific tips/tutorial type posts, and sometimes I wonder how you never run out of tool to tell us about.

      Thanks for coming and see you on your blog :

  • Frank Woodman says:

    Thanks for some wonderful tips and all of them are certainly good. But I would add one that I’ve found to be the one that made the biggest difference for me.

    I make sure that I not only set up time each day to write I also make sure that during that time I don’t go online. It’s way to easy to be overcome with all the things that have or are going on and become distracted.

    I found that if I make sure each day to write at least one article and pick the topic to write on for the next day (and make myself write on that topic BEFORE writing on any other subject) I get things done. But if I try to be online and write too many things distract me or get me interested in some other “great idea or topic”.

    All that does is insure failure as without focus you’ll just end up with an ever greater list of things you want to write on but no finished articles. No article or idea for an article is any good if it’s never turned into a FINISHED article.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Frank, and welcome here!

      Of course, they’re a lot of distractions online and if you know that it’s a problem for you because you’re tempted, then you are doing well to stay away from this until you’re done with your writing. This was actually one of the tips of a previous post on this blog which was talking about avoiding distractions.

      Thank you for coming and I’m glad you enjoyed this topic.

  • Margarita says:

    Sylviane,
    great reminders for us bloggers. I find it absolutely necessary to have an idea catcher – like a small notepad or voice recorder. Ideas come and vanish quickly. Impossible to remember afterwards.
    Often my ideas come in the pool or in the shower. I haven’t solved this problem yet. Great post. hank you!

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Margarita,

      Actually I’ve read somewhere why ideas come up when we are under the shower, but I wouldn’t be able to repeat to you right here, but there is a reason why.

      Yes, ideas a fleeing fast if we don’t record them.

      Thanks for your visit 🙂

  • Carolyn says:

    Hi Sylviane, These are great suggestions. I’m so glad I can type quickly. I don’t even have to think about typing so I can focus on my words.

    I like your suggestion of keeping the introduction short. Sometimes I struggle with writing the intro, only to change it later. It’s easy to get bogged down with the intro, best to leave it to later when you see how the article shapes up.

    I like your heading ideas too. I will outline complex posts to make sure I cover all the topics in an understandable order.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Carolyn,

      It sure helps when we don’t have to think about our fingers, but just on words. I couldn’t make it if I had to think of my fingers with all that I have to write.

      I see that you have a good habit of using subheadings which sure help a lot to shape an article. Those little details can make a wold of difference in our work as bloggers.

      Thanks for your visit 🙂

      • Carolyn says:

        Good point, Sylviane. I’ve mostly thought of subheadings as helping our readers, but you’re right, they help us as writers as well!

  • Atish Ranjan says:

    writing speed matters a lot if you are writing for your clients. I think your writing will be fast when you have a great command over the topic you are writing. Speed slows down when you write on a topic you are not so sure.
    However you have provided good tips to improve. thanks

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Atish,

      Yes, to be sure it speeds up everything when you know what you’re writing about.

      Thanks for your input.

  • Hajra says:

    What works for me is thinking before hand about what I interests me and what would make for a good discussion or generally as to what I want to write about. I keep noting down ideas in my mobile about things that can make for good writing material and I write the ideas surrounding it.

    Yes, at the end of the day I have to discard many of them because they don’t make sense later on. But I end up with ideas that really matter.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Hajra,

      Nice to see you back here.

      It’s always a good idea to write down what comes to mind. Later some of it may not be used at all, but most of them will, and we’d be glad we have written those ideas down.

  • Sandeep Kumar says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    What should I say in response to a great article.
    I like one of your point very much

    Be a Blogger/Writer 27/7 not only when you’re Online
    (I guess you wanted to write 24/7)
    Yes a blogger, writer or Internet marketer should think about the ideas 24/7 to get best ideas available all the time.

    It will help them to avoid ‘Writer’s block’ situation as well.

    I usually follow this rule by writing down all the ideas into my smart phone whenever they came into my mind.

    This is really an effective way to keep yourself full of new and fresh ideas all the time.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Sandeep,

      Can you believe you’re the only one pointing out this typo and I sure corrected it right way. Sorry about that. I hate typos.
      It’s very important to think about what we want to write all the time. We we do, we rarely run out of ideas.

      Thanks for your input.

  • Sylviane Nuccio says:

    That’s great Radu! I think that knowing how to type is very important in order to help us to produce faster.

    Thanks for your feedbacks.

  • lokesh says:

    Hi Sylviane, Definitely great tips. For writing content, early morning is the best time when the ideas spark & we can write content effectively without much mistakes. But sometimes due to work constraint we will not get much time in day & write the content in night,at this time it is very difficult to get ideas & we push ourselves in creating content to maintain the schedule of the blog. Its always best to plan writing in the day time. Also as you had mentioned, taking note of the points will definitely help which i do regularly before writing the content.
    I am visiting your blog for the first time & found very interesting.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Lokesh,

      Nice meeting you here and I’m glad that you’ve like what you’ve seen here so far.

      When it comes to writing the worst thing to do is sit down in front of the blank screen with no idea about what we are going to write about. This is a no no… it just doesn’t work. Thinking of things to write about needs to happen before we write, that’s why taking notes as they come to mind is the best helper.

      Thanks for your feedbacks and hope to see you here again soon!

  • Charls says:

    Great information shared, Sylviane! I personally think learning to type faster is the excellent way to increase your writing speed. And blogging really helped me out a lot.

    Earlier, when I started my first blog, my typing speed was not that good, it was around 40 wpm. Gradually, as I started writing continuously day and night, writing articles as a freelancer as well as for my blogs, my typing speed increased to 90 wpm.

    I am trying my best to increase it more… Let’s see. I liked your idea of keeping introductions and sub-headings short… I am definitely going to apply that for my other post henceforth.

  • RobG says:

    Hello Sylviane it’s my first time here great post and very informative, I would have to say that’s me I don’t type very fast but I’m working on it. Over time I think I’ll get better but I will have to practice. I manage to get the work done that I need but would like to double the amount of post weekly. It was so nice to visit your blog very well put together. Have a wonderful New Years.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi RobG,

      Very nice to have you here for the first time and I am thrilled that you seem to like my blog.

      I will definitely pass by to see you and get to know you better. Networking is always my goal 🙂

  • RobG says:

    You bet Sylviane, thanks so much for a great article. Have a wonderful day and looking forward to your visit.

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