Write For A Quality, Not In Quantity

This is what I believe in until now that I should write for a quality and not in quantity. I don’t want to suffer the quality of my output content by increasing and hastening my productivity.

What do I mean by this is we should provide useful post to our readers after we’re done with proper research and continuous edits. Also, we should write what we are passionate about as it will guarantee us an unlimited resources to be used in writing.

Don’t aim for getting a huge number of post because I’m sure you don’t want to scare away your visitors with lots of crappy content. Take your time and fill your mind with enough knowledge before you hold a pen and transfer that great idea into a paper or on a blank document of your computer.

I’m very excited for the ongoing project I’m currently doing and that is write every day without minding my blog stats and Adsense earnings. Instead of wasting my time in checking out those numbers, I decided to put it to good use and do some experiments. Take note that it is my first time to challenge myself.

There’s nothing wrong in creating lots of content as long as they are fantastic and can give value to your readers. On the other side, there’s nothing wrong for being slow as we have a saying that it’s better to do a thing slowly but surely. So it all depends on how fast your preferred pace/style is. Go to where you’re comfortable with.
Before I end this post, I’m sure you already noticed my style, I blog by adding my own (unique) voice (not the literal one, maybe I’ll try someday) into it and that’s what makes me different from others.

Write with significance and throw your crappy posts into trash can. I hope you enjoy reading this post. Please share it to your friends and let them do the same.

Happy blogging!

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