How to Write a 650-Word Blog

Apr 8, 2021 04:27 PM
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In this training, we'll teach you how to write a 650-word using CopyAI in just 4 steps!

0. Have an idea ready

If you already know what you want to write about and have a short description ready, skip ahead!
But if you need a great idea to write about:
Use the Brainstorm Topics tool ion (Under Social Media Content Creation) to generate one.

1. Start with an intro

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You need to start with a nugget of an idea.
If you have a pretty good idea what you want your article to be about, then you're good to start.
You'll need to be prepared with:
  1. A potential title for your piece
  1. A 1-2 sentence description of what the reader will learn from this article
Make sure to log in at — you'll need to be logged in to use the tool 😊.
Navigate to the Blog Intro tool (under Most Popular or Website Copy sections).
Feed the tool your inputs based on the title and description you have in mind.
Analyze the results and make sure they are capturing your input ideas.
If they aren't all the way there, adjust your inputs to be more specific.
Final step here is to select 1 (or more!) results that you like and begin editing them to match your tone and idea if needed.

2. Make your outline

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Using the same info you plugged into the Blog Intro (title + description), fill out the prompts in the Blog Outline tool.
This tool is going to give you a wide variety of different sections, outlines, and key takeaways.
You'll want to pick and choose individual bullet points from the varying results.
Decide on 3-5 core bullet points that you want to use to organize your article.
These will be your headers throughout the piece and will keep you organized in your thinking as you both use the tool and write yourself to bring the article together.

3. Write individual sections

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Once you have your different section headers determined, the next step is to fill them out with content!
You may find yourself revisiting the Blog Intro tool to help you introduce each of these.
This step, more than any other, will require a little bit of writing (or at least editing) on your part.
Other tools that will be helpful for writing these longer paragraphs include:
  • Bullet Points — add organized arguments and examples in the form of lists
  • Microcopy — find short ways to say things you want to fit into the article
  • Short Text Hook — add catchy CTAs (Calls to Action) or one-liners to your sections
  • Relatable Experiences — connect with your reader in word
  • AIDA (Attention-Interest-Desire-Action) Copywriting — find the formula to present your ideas
  • Simplify Sentences — this helps a bunch with your editing
  • Change Tone — If you notice that the intro doesn't sound like the rest, make it consistent
  • Rewrite with Keywords — get that SEO value
As part of this step, you'll likely want to use the Blog Intro tool to actually write a conclusion so your piece doesn't end abruptly.

4. Edit and publish

This one explains itself.
You can use the following tools to help with editing:
  • Rewrite with Keywords
  • Simplify Sentences
  • Sentence Rewriter
  • Change Tone
  • Verb Booster
At the end of this short 4-step process, you should have an article you can be proud of.
Congrats on creating something new!
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