How to Deal with the Writer’s Block

How to deal with the writer's block

Are you experiencing the writer’s block too frequently while writing content on your blog? Have you tried your best to stop this but couldn’t just know what else to do about it? I’m pleased to inform you that you can easily overcome the issue with the writer’s block whenever you’re creating content.

Do you know that this constantly occurs to most veteran and newbie bloggers each time they want to write an article on their blogs. From my own personal observation and experience, some bloggers do quit because of this alone while other people quit mostly because their blogs are not generating traffic and revenue.

Whether you’re experiencing the writer’s block in your write-ups or not, quitting your blog due to this wouldn’t be the next option but the next line of action.

In today’s publication, I’ll be showing you the key steps for overcoming the writer’s block especially when they had not yet made you think of leaving finally.

  1. Schedule your write-ups first before you start composing
  2. .Brainstorm the main ideas to be used for your post and ensure that the content is topicaly-relevant.
  3. Start your writing making sure that there are no distractions around you at all
  4. Choose the right keyword (Low handing fruits) and use it both in the headline and in the first paragraph.
  5. Write the rest of your article naturally.

Schedule your write-ups first before you start composing

It’s good to schedule your write-up first before you begin to compose the article lest you get hooked up along the way. What is scheduling all about? Scheduling is just a way of planning your work such that everything becomes easy with you

Brainstorm the main ideas to focus upon in your post and ensure that the content is topicaly-relevant.

You need to braintorm the main ideas to focus upon while preparing to write a post. This will always prevent you from running out of points while trying to develop the paragraphs.

Start the writing and make sure you stay from where you can easily be distracted

Distractions can stop you from creating properly and you can always experience the writer’s block for as long as this continues. The best thing to do when you’re distracted is either to have a quick change of location or suspend the writing until you can concentrate better.

Choose the right keyword (Low hanging fruits) and use it both in the headline and in the first paragraph.

Using the low competition keyword matters a lot when it comes to driving traffic. Why is it that some posts on your blog are not delivering traffic? Low knowledge of the use of a keyword research tool will lead to wasting a lot of efforts on content writing.

Write the Rest of Your Article Naturally

Once you’ve successfully scheduled your post and have started writing using a low hanging fruit keyword, you’ll create a wonderful post and such will rank fast in Google.

You don’t want to keep writing posts for no to read, right? Then, try and follow these tips and you’ll rock your blog.

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About Israel Olatunji

I am Israel Olatunji, the creator, and founder of OnlineBusinessPublications.com; an online publishing network deliberately set up to give humanity special insights into blogging and to help veteran bloggers showcase their potentials towards building up a successful online business. I offer SEO specialist advice to blog owners and webmasters on Internet Marketing, Blogging, Freelancing, Entrepreneurial Business, and Affiliate marketing.

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