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Reading time: Less than 3 minutes Tempting as it is to obsess on particulars, it’s always better to play the long game when writing… Here’s a problem facing most writers: We want our writing to be better, so we turn our laser-like gaze on what we are writing, the product. In fact, what we really need to focus on is the process. It’s a bit like the difference between using a magnifying glass to examine the bark of a Douglas Fir or sitting in a helicopter and seeing the magnificent green swatch of a forest proudly arrayed below. Publication Coach - Free Articles
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Great posts are hard to do consistently on a day-to-day basis. Probloggers really have to work at it. I thought about all the different ways and angles a blogger can approach choosing posting topics. Here are 101 different ideas that I think are great to stimulate your mind and jumpstart your blogging. Brainstorm by matching up your readers wants and needs using the Visitor Grid method of brainstorming . Write a post by examining the pros and cons of an issue.