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10 Writing Tips That Will Make You a Better Blogger

Despite reading all writing tips possible, I’ve been failing time and time again at writing 1000 words a day.

And even after having a course teaching exactly that… I still wasn’t doing it consistently.

For a long time, I felt really guilty about it.

It felt like I was saying: “Do what I say, not what I do”.

I had good reasons though.

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How to Find 52 Blog Post Ideas for 2017 Easily

A while ago, I wrote a blog post called “The Ultimate Guide to Never Run Out of Blog Post Ideas”.

If you haven’t read it, or if it was a long time ago, take some time to skim through it.

Then, download the cheat sheet for endless blog post ideas, before coming back here.

I’ll wait for you!

In this post, I wrote the best strategies that I used to find new blog post ideas. Every time I found myself not knowing what to write about, I relied on one of those strategies.

It was my intention to transform the guide into a big case study where I would show the strategies in application to find dozens of blog post ideas. But I didn't do it...

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11 Experts on How to Do Blogger Outreach the Right Way

Have you ever published a piece of remarkable content, only to find out nobody came to read it?

You spend hours writing the best piece possible on your topic. You do extensive research, put all your heart and soul into it, you know it is good... But nobody knows about it.

Creating the best piece ever of content is useless if you can't get people to read it. That's the problem I faced a few weeks ago.

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The Ultimate Guide to Never Run Out of Blog Post Ideas

Before diving in, I want to take a moment to thank my friend JP Adams who helped me A LOT with the editing of this ultimate guide. Shout out to him! Now back to the article.

Free Bonus: If you’re short on time, you can download a PDF version of this guide and its cheat sheet for endless blog post ideas

When you start a blog you have plenty of ideas to write about. Your head is full of compelling stories that you want to share with the world.

But soon your inspiration fades. Suddenly you struggle to find the next angle on an article or personal story to share in a post. You begin to think that all the ideas you once had have been written about or were never really good in the first place.

What good is it to be able to write a lot on a daily basis if you have nothing to tell the world?

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How to Stop Feeling Overwhelmed

Many readers of Become A Top Performer reached out to me time and time again with the same problem:

“I am sort of scattered. Hard to Focus.”

“I always make myself exhausted”

“Before I know it, I’m overcommitted again.”

Can you relate to any of these emails?

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How to Find the Time to Write When You Have a Full-Time Job

Imagine how much content you could publish if you were able to write 1000 words per day, or 5000 words per week, or 260000 words per year.

That’s the equivalent of 5 novels, or about 100 blog articles. And I’m not talking about crappy blog articles, but long in-depth articles that attract the attention of your readers. You could publish these articles on your website, or on other places to bring more and more traffic, hence more subscribers, and eventually more money to your business.

Now suppose you only get 10 subscribers on average per article, and I’m being pessimistic here, then it’s already 1000 subscribers in a year. For someone who is starting out, that is huge! Once you get passed this threshold, you’re not a beginner anymore, you’re in business, and your articles will get more and more traction over time.

So, how do you get there?

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