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Always Arguing About Something? Turn Your Quarrels into Fight Club Content to Attract Thousands of Readers and Gain Authority Status

Which of the following article would you read first?

  1. What is Writer’s Block?
  2. How to Beat Writer’s Block
  3. Why Writer’s Block is Your Secret Weapon

The third article is from from copyblogger.com.

What sets it apart from the other two?

It dispels the myth that writer’s block is your enemy.

It’s a fine example of a piece of Fight Club Content.

It goes into the ring to fight the notion  that you shouldn’t summon all your resources to fight an enemy when it’s actually your friend.

So, what makes Fight Club Content stand out?

It takes a stand, even if it’s not a popular one and that alone turns it into a click bait.

Fight Club Content Strategy

That said, how do you create Fight Club content and turn your existing and future blog posts into traffic magnets? All from enjoying yourself picking a quarrel in your content

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Writing Without a Computer

Try these Two Efficient Ways of Writing Without a Computer

Have your ever felt lost when you needed to write but had no access to a computer?

Of course you have your smartphone but chances are  you don’t fancy writing on it except for quick messages.

Separated from your computer, you’ve two options. Train yourself to make them a part of your writing life and you’ll not feel the pinch when you don’t have access to your computer and even feel you’re leading a normal writing life without the machine.

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When is the Best Time to Write with a Pen?

The free availabilty of computing devices like laptops and smartphones is making  the use ofpen for writing less popular.

It’s safe to say that most of us use the pen only when it’s really needed, especially when signing documents.

Some don’t even carry pens with them. Notes could be taken electronically. Or photos of a whole page from a book can be snapped with a smartphone, dispensing with the need to use a pen to take notes.

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Bad advice from famous writers

Bye Bye to Bad Advice from Famous Writers. Here’s Quick Sensible Solutions On Beating Writer’s Block You Know Will Work

The Internet is full of bad advice (mostly quotes) from famous and accomplished writers on writer’s block.

Most of it talk about the condition without really offering workable solutions.

The worst is the advice or observation offered by those who don’t or didn’t face writer’s block. They are as annoying as the advice offered by those facing writer’s block but have no urgency to beat.

The advice goes something like this: “I faced writer’s block for three months. I couldn’t write a word.  I did nothing and just went fishing and driving around. Then I sat down and I suddenly could write.”

Doesn’t offer anything to a writer who’s blocked and has to get out of it immediately.

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Write Now - Write Station

Now’s the Time. Don’t Wait Any Longer

Don’t Be Like Him

Some years back an old friend said he had compiled a priority list to be used as a guide to help him climb the ladder of success.

Top on the list is to make tonnes of money.

Item number two also had to do with becoming filthy rich.

But item number 3 of 4 was to write.

Nothing wrong with this priority. Only that this was one  guy who never showed any inclination towards reading or writing during our college days.

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To-do-list writestation

Get Rid of To-Do Lists if They Don’t Work For You. Go Kamikaze!

Get rid of  to-do lists if they don’t work for you.

Make life easier for yourself.

Just do the first thing that comes to make mind.

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Here’s What You Should Do if You Don’t Value Your Time

Time seems to be available in abundance at no cost. It’s probably why it’s not appreciated in most instances.

Though available freely, once lost, it’s never recoverable. Have you ever regretted not doing something you ought to have done when you had all the time?

Most of us don’t value our time. Time might even be a chore to us.

We’ve come across people who say, “I’m looking for ways to kill  time.”

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Procrastinating Writer

Still Procrastinating? Try this One-Minute Last Fix

What do the above two words mean?

Two things.

  1. Procrastination has been a problem with you for a long time.
  2. You’ve been trying to fix it with various solutions without much success.

You  might have given in and slipped back into your default mode: Natural Procrastinator.

Chances are you’re still wondering why you still procrastinate WHEN YOU CAN ACTUALLY DO whatever it is that you want to do.

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Can’t Finish Your Writing Tasks Despite All the Planning? Execute this Forgotten 3-Step Writing Productivity Action Plan Which is Not for the Cowardly

You start your day hoping to get your quota of writing tasks done. You had it all planned out for a productive writing day.

At the end of the day, for some reason, you don’t produce the results you’ve aimed for.

You had all the time. You had the energy. You could handle the tasks. Still nothing much to show for it.

It happens pretty much every time you sit down to work. You wonder how you can fix this loss of productivity.

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How to Exercise the Writing Muscles in Your Brain and Write Each Time You Sit Down : At Home, At Work, In a Cafe, Anywhere, Every Day

Just like you have body muscles to lift heavy objects or kick a ball, you have muscles in your brain for writing.

Only thing is you can’t see them.

Keep these mental muscles in shape and you’ll write on demand, any time, anywhere you’re required to, as easy as getting up from your chair and walking.

While developing your hand or leg muscles comes naturally, the same is not the case with the writing muscles in your brain.

Why?

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Two Preparedness Tricks Prolific Writers Use to Pump Out High-Quality Content in No Time : Chances are You’re Not Using Them and Probably Won’t Dare

The biggest mistake any content creator makes is waiting for a content idea to strike before sitting down to research and write it.

Adopt this approach and your content faucet trickles instead of gushing out.

If you’re running a content blog or if content marketing is the core of your business, you’ll have to replace this snail-pace method of content creation with a more kickass, proactive approach.

When you see writers and  bloggers produce high-quality content on a consistent basis you may think they are super intelligent or geniuses.

They aren’t. They just have a behind-the-scenes, sleight of hand  that enables them to stay ahead of the game. 

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