Writing on a daily basis is extremely is – this is something that I will promise you. I will promise that to you because I am almost positive that you are committed. You are really into your niche. You want to help people. It’s easy.
As long as you are completely and totally dedicated to your niche, putting out that great content on a daily basis isn’t difficult. The more you know about your niche, the better the quality is. Quality and quantity. That’s something really nice.
I took on the challenge of writing a post for my website everyday for 109 days (this is day 25!), and have really enjoyed it. Thus, I am here to share some of my favorite ways to come up with great ideas to keep your amazing audience hungry for more, while your writing improves.
Writing on a Daily Basis
Twitter is a great tool simply because it allows you to connect to millions of users in every niche you can think of, and socialize with them in an easy way.
If you use tools like HootSuite, it becomes very easy to manage multiple Twitter accounts, get everything into one area, and, most importantly, create streams – lists of tweets that use keywords you specify.
I’ve used Twitter a number of times to come up with post ideas. The basic idea is to look for those that need help, help them, and publish it. IF they have questions, others likely do, too.
What do you want to learn about? What are you struggling with? Good, I’ll help you out – here’s how you do it. Here’s how you can fix it.
That sounded pretty easy – that’s because it is easy. It’s so easy to pull answers from people – they have questions, and you, the authority, have answers. It seems pretty logical to just ask, right?
Look into Twitter and answer the questions people have, or ask them to submit some. It’s really effective.
Back to the Roots
Just between you and me, I’m fairly sure that you weren’t born with the knowledge you now have about your niche. I’m almost completely positive that all major league baseball players didn’t just know how to throw perfect pitches when they started.
After practising and trying things, however, they learned. You are most likely no different. This isn’t a bad thing – this is an extremely good thing. You know what people need to know to get started.
Your mission is likely to help your readers. To help them get somewhere that they’ll be happy with. Reach down inside of your experience and grab what they need to do. Write about it. Publish it. Rinse. Repeat.
Could You Write Everyday?
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