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how-to-become-prolific-writerWriting faster and more efficient doesn’t have to be that complicated.

You don’t need to go fasting about it, or reading encyclopedias and all the “big” books to learn how Shakespeare and other well-acclaimed authors managed to write efficiently. All you need is some simple tips that most writers today use. Fortunately, this article will help you figure out how to do some of the best writing of your life.


Plan Your Content

If everything in life requires planning, then the art of is no exception. For starters, you must brainstorm the topic you are planning to write. For instance, in the introduction, write down the main points to generate each paragraph. In so doing, you will be able to focus on drafting your article with a great deal of productivity.

Improve Your Typing Speed

If you can type around 70 words a minute, skip this tip and go to the next one. If not, try working on your speed. And the best way to learn how to type faster is by creating a habit of typing more often. Also if you have the time, get typing software to help you learn how to type faster.

Stick to Familiar Topics

Don’t misconstrue this tip. You can still work on a new topic, but dedicate more of your time to topics that you understand really well. These are the topic that you already know the facts, and you don’t necessarily have to be digging every resource online to gather some facts that are rather obvious.

Research… Research… Research!

Good writing has is accompanied by solid research. Sorry, no short cuts! To translate, research means digging different resources to gather facts. It’s doing your due diligence.  In researching, Google should be your closest friend… that is, if you don’t want to present a piece that’s full of fluff.

Sharpen Your Vocabulary

You probably don’t want to be one of those writers who produce articles that are full of wording mistakes. And yes, a poor command of vocabulary can also slow you down.


Well, have you ever got stuck in the middle of writing simply because you are trying to figure out the right word to convey your message? To avoid such delays, create a habit of learning at least two words a day.  The best way to learn a new word is by reading more; and then taking note of every new word you encounter.

As you can see, writing faster and efficiently doesn’t have to be that complicated. From the illustrations above, it’s obvious that being a great writer is as simple as being committed to the tips above. Other than that, continue writing and the rest will definitely fall into place. 

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