We are big believers in maximizing your time and written work, minimizing your time writing, and creating a big impact in the world. And it is easier than you think. You are already prepared. Now you just need to write. Here’s how to integrate your writing and ensure everything you write is used efficiently, effectively and with the least amount of effort.

  1. Using your Book Writing Worksheet you created in the previous step, you will notice you have 10 statements turned into questions with 3 answers each for a total of 100 (10 major chapter topics x 10 minor topics). These 100 questions, with answers, are the building blocks for your blog posts.

    For SEO purposes (we will cover that later), pick one chapter and begin your blog posts with those 10 minor topics. Plan to write at least 1 blog post per week. It does take about 3 -6 months for google to get a hold of your post and bring it up when someone searches for your topic so be prepared for a bit of a wait. The faster you get your posts written, the faster you’ll be ranked on Google.

    You can choose to write all your blog posts in a short period of time and save them in draft until you are ready to make them public. If possible, pick the same day, at the same time, to make your post public. After you post your blog, share it on your social media.
  2. Once you have 10 blog posts, you can create an ebook as your give-away on your site or for sale. If your ebook is a giveaway, you can create it very easily by simply compiling all your blog posts onto a Word doc and turning it into a pdf. Make it look nice with some pictures. If you plan to sell your ebook, either invest in a program like Designrr and do it yourself, or contact us to do it for you for a small investment of $100.
  3. Repeat steps 2 & 3 until you’ve written all 100 of your blog posts. At the end of these processes, you’ll also have 10 ebooks.

    The next step is to add some meat to your emerging book…

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