How to Write Your Draft (Blog Post) Within 10 Minutes.

It’s not clickbait, writing a draft within 10 minutes is easy enough.

Nitin Sharma
Nov 9, 2020 · 4 min read
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I know, many of you think what the title is all about. Is it possible to write a draft within 10 minutes? And my answer is definitely we can.

I am writing all of my drafts within 10 minutes and today I will going to tell you the strategy which I am considering to get the most out of it.

It’s a little bit of comfort for me and maybe for you as well after reading it completely.

How I get this idea?

The pandemic has changed everything and I’m honestly trying to find out multiple ways to grow my fame and earning over the internet. For that, I have tried to write a draft within 10 minutes so I can improve my writing habit.

It generally helped me a lot to become productive and later creative.

Begin with 100 words.

We all know getting an idea is the toughest process in Writing.

If you really suffer a lot to get an idea, take a look at What to Write, When You Don’t Get An Idea?

What else? Other than that, writing the first 100 words were seriously tough for writers.

Do you ever think writing the first 100 words takes more time? Many of you will agree about it. Writing more than 50 posts gave me an idea about those 100 crucial words.

So open your mind and focus to write the first 100 words. It takes less than 5 minutes if you have an idea of what to write about.

Writing that first 100 words are not supposed to be perfect. These are the crucial point, keywords that you are going to highlight in your post.

Suppose I am writing about 5 Easy Ways to Convert Your Blog Into a Money-Making Machine.

Here, I have to write 5 easy ways and that’s all. So I am going to write 5 keywords for that.

1. Use Email Marketing

2. Guest Post

3. Focus on Trending Topics

4. Read, Learn, Write, and Format.

5. DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT

It takes less than 5 minutes and 80% of your work is completed.

I am just taking five minutes of mine and write whatever I know about it. You can even take 10 minutes of yours.

Don’t think about formatting it because it will take time and we will going to do it after a short break (I prefer to take small breaks to get more ideas).

Why we have to do all this stuff? Writing on a blank paper or in a blank word document demotivates us and we just shift it for another day. Since we don’t know where to start.

When we write on a blank page we just have an idea. A question pops up in our minds about how to start?

So write the first 100 words, to enjoy it, and then further shift to writing a complete blog post.

Write the Complete Blog post

Now suppose you have taken all your 10 minutes to write the first 100 words, fair enough.

Now it’s time to format it according to the reader's perspective.

A Blog post requires an introduction that tends to create curiosity among readers. So we have to write an introduction and then shift to the keywords explanation.

For example, we have taken 5 Easy Ways to Convert Your Blog Into a Money-Making Machine and wrote 5 keywords.

The first one was

1. Use Email Marketing

Now it’s time to explain it efficiently why we think Email Marketing is best. It is better to have examples, surveys, proofs for that.

Don’t ever use useless information in your blog post to increase your words count. Readers want quality content since they are spending their crucial time to learn something from your blog post.

And I think “Readers deserve to get quality content”.

They will be your consumers if you helped them with what they want.

Write Your Draft (Blog Post) Within 10 Minutes.

Now you know that you can write your drafts within 10 minutes.

It will be going to increase your curiosity and you will be going to format the complete blog post within the next 30 minutes.

First 100 words + Formatting = 40 minutes.

Overall you will require 40 minutes to write a complete blog post. 10 minutes to write the first 100 words and then 30 minutes to format it.

Well, you know it’s not 2008, that you write your story and publish it. Formatting is a crucial part of writing so don’t publish it before formatting.

Also, try to read your blog post at least 5 times before publishing it.

It will help you to remove errors, redundant words, and format it to increase curiosity among readers.

Conclusion: Writing your draft within 10 minutes and give time to format can help to better your post. It also helps you to become creative and productive.

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Nitin Sharma

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Web Developer and Content Writer. Contact me at nitfab0@gmail.com

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We curate and disseminate outstanding articles from diverse domains and disciplines to create fusion and synergy.

Nitin Sharma

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Web Developer and Content Writer. Contact me at nitfab0@gmail.com

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