eWriting Module 7 – How To Write Faster

Write Faster 

 

How To Write Faster

If you plan to make money by providing writing services, one of the most critical aspects is how quickly you can write. The faster you can write, the more work you can get done in a day – and the more revenue you can generate. In this article we’re going to look at several ways that you can speed up the writing process.

One of the most effective ways to write faster is to use templates for your most common types of work. For example, if you write a lot of articles that are designed to be used as web content, you can create a number of templates that provide you with a skeleton of an article to get started.

These templates don’t have a lot of content, they’re really just outlines of how the article will flow. But even that framework can vastly speed things up because you don’t have to come up with a format for the article – just the content to fit within the one that you already have.

Another effective way to speed up your writing is to build a list of topic starters. For example, you could use things like the following:

– X Number Of Ways To ….

– If you want to get more out of _ ___you need to know these 5 things.
– The fastest way to learn how to ___ is to ____

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The topic you’re writing about will also have a bearing on how quickly you can write. If it’s a subject you know well, you’ll be able to write much quicker than you would if it was something you weren’t all that familiar with. In many cases, you’ll be able to write about familiar topics right off the top of your head, with little or no research necessary.

This is one of the reasons that it can be a good idea to specialize in certain topics when providing writing services. Not only can you provide higher quality content when you write about something you know intimately, you can also write faster.

Practice and consistency are both important components in learning to write faster. If you write regularly, as in every day, you will get better as time goes on. If you only write when a job presents itself, and you have gaps between those jobs, you’ll often find that it takes a bit of time to get back up to speed.

Write regularly, even if that content isn’t going to get posted anywhere, and you’ll find your writing speed will continue to improve.