HOW TO: Write 15 Blog Posts A Day

I know quite well that the title of this post might sound too weird to be true, but the truth is I’m not trying to cajole you into believing something that can’t happen. Do you see see this title above? It can surely be brought the reality; it only just needs a little hard work and a little faith on your part in order to bring it to pass.

But why on earth would someone write up 15 posts a day? What is that person really trying to gain?

Well, to burst some bubbles, it‘s vital to churn out 15 posts a day when you have a new site lunching coming around that day (or precisely the next day). We all know that new Blogs need lots of content and also an insane amount of marketing in order for them to get noticed on the web the same month that they’re launched. So if the new site is opened to the public with like 8 posts – won’t it pump traffic like a healthy heart?

Also, try and imagine the guest posting the remaining 7 posts out on top blogs that week? All you’d see is just tremendous traffic coming the blog’s way and also a staggering amount of social media mentions too.

But like I said above, it’s important for you to first believe that you can churn out 15 posts a day if you really want to. Because without belief in your own writing capabilities; then you won’t be able to accomplish this fit. So have faith in you first and every other thing will fall into place.

To cut the long story short and head straight into action . . . Follow this step by step tutorial below and bring out 15 epic posts out on a single day from within you.

  • 1. STEP 01: Open Your Favourite Word Processor (15 tabs to be very precise)

 MAX TIME: 2 minutes

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I know it’s quite funny and weird for me to open up an insane amount of Ms-Word Documents all at once – up to the tune of 15 opened documents at once.  But it’s integral and makes it quite easier finishing the 15 posts in a day challenge.

So once you’ve opened 15 tabs on your favourite word processor, minimize them, go to your desktop and create a special folder for the documents.

Open up each word documents and save them using this format – “doucment1”, until you get to “document15”. Remember to save each of the word documents in the special folder you just newly create.

Once you’ve done that, boot up your browser. . . It’s time for research. . .

  • 2.     STEP 02: the Second Thing You Need Do Is research and Find The 15 Post Titles For The 15 Tabs.

MAX TIME: 1 Hour

How to Find Post/post titles Ideas:-

Because of the magnitude of the post you need to write, you’ll need to know exactly where to look for post title ideas so that you won’t waste too much time finding pot titles.

Below are some awesome places where you can find post title ideas At once-

  • Through Posts On “How to Get Post titles Ideas”. Due to the advent of writer’s block, a lot of bloggers have written detailed on how to get post titles ideas.

So I’ve done a little digging and found some “How to Get Post Ideas” posts which I think might help you finish faster and not waste time.

Nonetheless, fire up anyone of them below and get quality ideas on what to fill into those numerous tabs.

                  i. (100 Blog Topics I Hope You Write)

http://www.chrisbrogan.com/100-blog-topics-i-hope-you-write

                 ii. (20 Blog Topics to Get You Unstuck)

http://www.chrisbrogan.com/20-blog-topics-to-get-you-unstuck

iii. (Blog Topics for Business to Business Customers)

http://www.chrisbrogan.com/blog-topics-for-business-to-business-customers

                   iv. (15 Blog Topics Marketers Could Write for Their Companies)

http://www.chrisbrogan.com/15-blog-topics-marketers-could-write-for-their-companies

 

  • Through “Popular Posts” On Big Blogs. I also find post titles ideas through this method. Go to your top 4 favourite blogs and navigate to their “Popular Posts” section. Copy out the popular post that makes a lot of sense to you and paste it into one of those documents.

Keep repeating this until you have totally found enough post titles to cover each of the tabs of documents on your desktop. And if the popular post segment isn’t really showing you what you want; go through their latest posts or old posts and copy the ones you want.

  • By Google-ling a Topic. When you hit Google for a topic; let’s say, “Social marketing mistake”. These are the search results you’ll see on the first page. Now, if you look closer we’ve just found 3 titles as shown you below –  Social Marketing mistake
  • By Brain-storming On It. O f course, there must be some post titles which you know single-handedly. You can complete off the remaining parts of the 15 documents by using your head to fill those ones.
  • 3.     Step 03: Research and Copy At Least Two Posts and Paste them Into One Document.

MAX TIME: 2 hours

This can only be done only when you’ve succeeded in finding and filling each of the 15 documents with tangible post titles. Once you’ve successfully done that, then it’s time to research on each of the post titles which you single-handedly find by yourself.

To this part, start from the first document – “document1” which I know already has a new post title.

Let’s imagine the post title for “document1” is “How to overcome writer’s block”.

Copy the post title and paste it into Google. Then open the two best post titles on Google’s front page that communicate the “overcome writer’s block” message in a new tab (as shown in the image below).

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After opening them in new tabs, proceed then, to click on each tab and copy the posts there.

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Paste them into the document1 which has the post title – “How to overcome writer’s block”.

Having done that, move to the next word document which you saved with “document2”. Google the document’s post title and repeat the same process as I’ve done with document1 above until you get to the 15th document.

I know you want to know exactly why I’m telling you to copy people’s content.

Well, it’s because some of the post titles you pasted into those documents are topics which you have no clue about and can’t really write on it either. So the copy pasting act you literally just did now is to read up the two copied post in a very detailed manner and use the little information you can get there to form your own post.

Of course, after extracting the vital information from the two copied posts, you can then decide to delete them. You get it, right?

How to Begin Writing-

  • 4.     Step 04: List Like 5 Bullets Points With Details For Each Of The 15 Posts.

MAX TIME: 2 Hours

 Once again, after reading some excerpts from each of the 2 posts you pasted into the 15 documents.  Proceed to brain-storm and write down 4 or 5 possible bullet points on each of them. These points will be the main anchors of the documents if they’re completed.

Example:

Still using the word document I saved with “doucment1”, which I also gave the post title “how to overcome writer’s block” – I’ll list 5 bullet points which I will expand on to make a post.

Possible post bullet points –

Post Title: how to overcome writer’s block

4 or 5 Possible Bullet points

  • Shut Down Your Computer . . . Don’t Write.
  • Go For a Walk.
  • Exercise Your Body.
  • Join a 30 Days Writing Challenge.
  • Write Your Article. . . In a Personal Tune.

You see how I’ve nearly completed this post? What remains in our to-do list is expanding each of the bullet points. But first. . . Go to the next document and repeat the bullet creation tactics above until you get to the 15th document.

  • 5.     Step 04: Write 100 Words Of Introduction On Each Of The 15 Posts.

 MAX TIME: 3 Hours

This topic is descriptive enough. It just entails you writing the normal introduction for each of the 15 documents. Make sure you write only 100 words of introduction so that you won’t waste too much time on one document.  Immediately you finish churning out 100 words of intro on the first document; quickly enter the next one until you get to the 15th document.

Example:

From that first “doucment1” which has the post title -“How to overcome writer’s block”, start the intro and make sure to blend it with the bullet points you’ve already brain-stormed. . . If you look closely, you’ll notice that I used the “Below are 5 ways to overcome writers’ block-” just after I concluded the introduction.

Make sure yours flows like mine below –

Post Title:

“How to overcome writer’s block”

 Intro: 

Writer’s block is that strange condition when . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . .  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Below are 5 ways to overcome writers’ block-

  • Shut Down Your Computer . . . Don’t Write.
  • Go For a Walk.
  • Exercise Your Body.
  • Join a 30 Days Writing Challenge.
  • Write Your Article. . . In a Personal Tune

Final Conclusion.

Remember, after finishing the first document’s intro move to the next document intro until you get to the 15th document.

  • 6.     Step 06:  Complete a Bullet Point On One Particular Document And Move to The Next Document.

MAX TIME: 5 Hours

 This is quite simply. Once you’ve completed the introductions on each of the 15 documents. Then it’s time to begin expanding the main bullet points in each of the documents.

First of all, I’ll start from “document1” which I assume to have the post title – “How to overcome writer’s block”.  In STEP O5 above, I’ve given this post title 5 bullet points which I intend to expand into a post.

There are:

  • Shut Down Your Computer . . . Don’t Write.
  • Go For a Walk.
  • Exercise Your Body.
  • Join a 30 Days Writing Challenge.
  • Write Your Article. . . In a Personal Tune

Now, starting from the first bullet point above titled – “Shut Down Your Computer . . . Don’t Write”. I’ll fill up the point until I’ve thoroughly explained it. After explaining it, instead of writing up the next point “Go For a Walk” as shown above, I will head straight to the next document’s bullet point and repeat what I just did in document1 until I get to 15.

After finishing the first bullet point in the 15th document, I’ll restart from the first document again; this time, starting with the second bullet point – “Go For a Walk.” This, I’ll keep doing till I finish the 15th document second bullet point.

Keep doing this until you reach the 4th or 5th document in all the 15 documents. After which you can decide to add a little conclusion of your own in other to give each of the documents a professional look.

As you can see, this will take you 13 hrs 2 Mins to complete (I’m assuming here though), it might even be lesser when you do it for real.

I hope you enjoyed this awesome tutorial. Let me know what you think in the comments Box.

This article is written by Segun Onibalusi. He writes for industry leading Quantum SEO Labs SEO Services. Segun Onibalusi covers productivity and marketing tips on the Quantum SEO blog.