Write fast using Frase.io

How to write articles fast while improving quality at the same time

As content creators, we have this burning desire to create more content–faster. If we can learn any new tweaks to our writing process to save time or improve quality without impacting speed — we’re all in. In this guide, I want to introduce you to a process using the amazing Frase tool that will feel like you’ve been gifted with writing superpowers.

Research article topic ideas fast -- books on a table

A super easy method for researching incredible article topic ideas fast

When I launched LMYU, I had the goal of 150 articles in the first 90 days. This is a lofty goal for sure. 150 articles is a lot. How did I brainstorm all the article ideas to plan out 150 articles? It’s actually much easier than you think. I’ll explain my unique method in-depth throughout this guide.

Be of service — a series of bits to show how you must be ready to provide your service to clients.

Be of service; do something of value for someone else.

The other day I was asked how my little startup — the site you are on right now — could have earned over $500 in the first month after launch (actually the first two weeks). Mostly since there was virtually no traffic, and obviously, Google isn’t ranking anything yet.

What is something remarkable about your idea?

What is something remarkable about your idea?

Sometimes we get so deep into our work everything feels special about it. The truth is, to your potential customers, they may not notice. There is so much vying for their attention you have to do something that stands out.

Use dictation to write fast.

How to Use Dictation to Create Blog Articles Insanely Fast

Hello blogger. What if I told you there was a way you could create your blog posts, landing pages, and any content marketing, ahem, content, exceptionally fast so you can create more, and therefore be on your way to earning more, in a shorter amount of time.

Are you attached to your idea?

Is your idea attached to you personally?

You should take it personally but don’t take it personally. What the heck could I possibly mean by that? It sounds like I’m just contradicting myself. Let me explain.

How much do you honestly feel customers will pay for your idea?

How much do you honestly feel customers will pay for your idea?

The keyword to focus on is honestly. Because we’d all love to think customers will pay based on all the hard work and dedication we’ve put into our products and services. All the blood, sweat, and tears over the years to gain the skills necessary to turn an idea into something real.