Blogs are one of the best to develop an online presence both for companies and individuals. There are many technicalities associated with this art form that every content creator manages. Usually, the time required for writing one is subject to debate. Brian Dean (Backlinko) and Vitaly Friedman (Smashing Magazine) take 20 to 25 hours to create a blog post. On the contrary, folks like Jeff Bullas (jeffbullas[.]com) consider an average of 1000 words per hour as their benchmark.
Writing a 1000 word content piece consumes 3 hours and 20 minutes for an average writer. (source: Word Counter) Today, I am going to share my recipe to build a great blog post under 60 minutes or less!
I would like to tell you that these methods require you to be at least an intermediate experience or a fantastic newbie. Don’t worry if you don’t fall into either of the categories. I reckon that this article will help you bridge the distance between long hours to a single, power-packed hour for blog post writing. Buckle up to explore the fast writing hacks with me for one thousand-word blog.