I’m always amazed at bloggers who write blog posts in batches and claim to write 10 blog posts every week. It always makes me wonder if superhuman bloggers who type at 200WPM exist.

Thankfully, that’s not the case! In order to write blog posts faster, you’ll need to be a lot smarter!

So how can you be the blogging quicksilver, and write super long and high-quality blog posts in 15-30 minutes?

Here are 5 tips that will help you write blog posts at incredible speeds!

1. Create an Outline

Before you write any blog post, try to make a list of the subtopics that you’re going to write about. Not only will it help you write blog posts faster, but it’ll help you stay super organized!

Grab a pen and paper and split your post into 3 different sections:

  • Introduction
  • Body
  • Conclusion

Under your body, you can create more branches or subtopics. That way, you’ll know what you’re going to write when to write it instead of winging it!

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2. Focus Less on Your Introduction

It takes a while to think of a great, compelling description that spikes the interest of your readers.

So don’t rush it! Focus on your content first, then double down on your introduction later.

It’s a really great thing to do because it will not only help you write blog posts faster, but it will help you write better content!

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3. Write With Your Voice

Typing your blog posts with two fingers DOES NOT look or feel professional. So if you haven’t learned how to use all your fingers to type, or you type at a measly 15WPM, then I have a solution for you!

Use Your Voice!

A big thanks to Aminta Demadura for giving me this awesome tip!

You can use a tool like Speech Notes if you’re typing on your laptop! All you have to do is give it permission to use your mic, and you’re good to go!

But if you’re a really fast typist like me, you may prefer to stick to traditional typing. Using your voice may be a great way to write blog posts faster, but you may be able to type faster than you can speak!


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4. Write Now, Proofread Later

Raise your hand if you’re paranoid about spelling and grammar errors in your blog posts. The thought of slipping up and looking unprofessional to your readers doesn’t sound that nice.

Even though you want to prevent that at all costs, you can’t spend half of the time you use to create content proofreading it. It isn’t cool!

So take your time and read through your blog posts after your done writing them and not during your writing.

Here’s a pro tip! If you’re a slow reader and you hate the sound of proofreading, you can use tools like Speechnotes to convert your post text to speech so that you can listen to your blog posts and find errors.

Or you can search for alternatives on Google.

5. Set a timer

I’m not a fan of setting timers on pieces of art such as blog posts. But if you have limited time, and you just need to write blog posts faster, then give it a shot!

First up, find out how long it takes you on average to write a blog post using a stopwatch. Then once you’re done and you need to write a new post, set a timer for that average time to keep you in the zone.

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Other Tips to Help You Write Blog Posts Faster

There are 101 ways to boost the speed at which you write blog posts! You can try using a Pomodoro timer to stay productive and focused. You can also try getting a proofreading tool like Grammarly to do your corrections for you while you work!

Have other tips to help everyone write blog posts faster? Feel free to share a comment!

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