Check out this productivity hack to save a ton of time so you can write your blog post faster!
Does it take you 30 minutes to an hour to write one single blog? Or do you start second-guessing as your typing wondering if it’s the right thing to say?
I have been there, done that! Until I realized that there is a much simpler way to write a blog post in less time!
In this article, I’m going to teach you an awesome productivity hack so that you can write a blog post in 20 minutes or less.
The first thing I like to do before I write a blog post is to write notes. So I grab a piece of paper for my notebook, and I start writing down what I want to cover in the post. Now, they’re not very lengthy notes. These notes give a very brief overview of what I’ll be covering. These notes consist of is bullet points and subtasks.
Once the notes are written up, I move onto step two…
So I use this app called Temi on my phone. I love Temi because I am able to talk into my phone and then it goes ahead and transcribes what I’m saying.
Temi is a huge productivity hack because I am saving close to 40 minutes of the time that it usually takes me to write a blog post. What is great about it too is that it makes my writing sound way more conversational because I talk to my phone like I’m talking to a friend!
PRO TIP: To keep your blog posts around 300 words or more, I recommend talking into your phone for around five minutes.
Last but not least, onto the step three…
Once you complete the recording, Temi has your recording transcribed and ready for you to use!
NOTE: You do have to pay $$$ if you would like your recording sent to you! But before you leave, here is why it’s not a big deal.
To be transparent, compared to how long it would’ve taken you to write compared to how little it costs you to have your blog post written for you by talking- it’s a no-brainer to use Temi!
So, for instance, this blog post costs me 75 cents. Yes, you read that, right! $0.75!
Once you pay for the transcription, the recording and transcription are sent to your email in usually less than 5 minutes.
From there, you copy and paste the transcription to your blog post and then quickly edit and format it into a blog post!
The first time using this method may take a little bit of getting used to. However, once you are in the flow, you are good to go! Usually, in 2 hours, I knock out close to 4-6 blog posts and schedule them for the coming weeks!
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