The Best, Fastest Content You Can Create

Fast Content CreationAll of us need more content to use in our marketing. The problem is, most people’s content sucks! Why? Because they make the process difficult on themselves AND they don’t create content their customers and potential customers want to read.

Creating content is easy. Creating GREAT content is also easy – IF you know the strategy.

Want to know the strategy?

Of course you do! And I’ll reveal it to you in just a minute. But first, let me tell you how I discovered this super-simple, powerful principle of content creation.

A lot of people don’t know this, but I spent 10 years as a syndicated newspaper columnist. I wrote for several papers across the U.S. and my articles got picked up in countless magazines and online publications.

As demand for my column grew and my outside business started to take off, the inevitable time crunch set in. I needed more content, and I had less time in which to make it.

That’s when I made the discovery. Questions. That’s right. Questions.

Just like in the movie The Graduate when the old guy at the party tells Dustin Hoffman’s character “Plastics” were the key to the future, I discovered “Questions” held the key to creating all the content I could ever need, quickly and easily.

All I ever had to do was just answer the questions my target audience asked (or didn’t even know they should ask), and I’d never run out of things to write about in my column. Asking and answering questions is as natural as breathing. It’s how we communicate with each other and even with ourselves.

If you want to create content your customers and potential customers LOVE, then I have a very simple answer for you: Questions! Just find out the questions on their minds and answer them as blog posts, articles, social media posts, videos, webinars, books, home study programs, tweets, links, referrals and more.

I almost feel like I need to apologize for the simplicity of this strategy – but it’s so powerful you should just breathe a sigh of relieve and put it to good use.

If you know the questions on the minds of your audience, you hold the keys to an unlimited vault of content creation that will last you several lifetimes!

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  • Laurence Chilcott

    Reply Reply March 7, 2015

    Jim hi,
    I dony have a problems with answers to any quesion, but my question is how do you get the questions that are/or might be in their minds,especialy if you dont have any real lifetime experience on that subject?

    • BigJim

      Reply Reply March 8, 2015

      One place you can check is Google.

      Take your topic and search for
      topic + questions
      topic + FAQ
      topic + problems
      topic + forum

      That will get you started 🙂


  • Tyronne Ratcliff

    Reply Reply January 15, 2019

    Great tip on coming up with content ideas,thanks!

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