Here is an older piece from copyblogger that I saved from over a year ago. It definitely serves up a decent answer – more of a strategy, really – for dealing with a problem most writers face. What happens when the page is blank and you're out of ideas?
The author says “…writing good content, like anything else, requires proper research, planning, and execution. A prepared writer can implement a system to prevent writer’s block.”
And I whole-heartedly agree with that sentiment. Especially on the counts of working from outlines, and having a framework (aka a template).
Check out the full article below: http://www.copyblogger.com/content-every-day/
If you dig it, leave me a comment below and let me know what in particular? Thanks.
|The Prepared Writer's Process for Creating Excellent Content Every Day – Copyblogger Do you want to create remarkable content every day? Even when you feel overwhelmed or out of ideas? The Wellness Mama shows you how.|