Hi guys I want to talk to you today About how to do research faster and Better when writing content so how can You quicker get the knowledge into your Head so you can get it down on paper and I just flew in from Lisbon where I was Meeting with a really successful blogger And it just gave me a lot of good ideas That I want to share with you guys So one of the things that I do and have Done a lot of times in the past when I Was about to write about articles was to You can say batch some of that research So for example at one time if you've Been following my channel you know that I had a pet site that I sold but at one Point I was writing a whole series of Articles about the same type of pet and Then I would go into YouTube and spend a Few hours educating myself on all the Basic stuff that I didn't know about This pit and really just spending a few Hours or a few nights diving really deep Into this and taking notes and such made It so much faster when I was about to Write so you can say I was batching some Research and really getting some numbers Down and taking notes and getting into The lingo and That I would say is one way to really Speed up your research is to just watch A lot of YouTube videos find a really Good Channel if someone body that you Like to watch and then just watch a few
Hours of it some of the best content Some of the broad you can say overall Facts and stuff that you need in order To write these good articles And that leads well into my next point Is to also batch the Articles so if you Could write let's say the first 20 30 40 Or the next many articles around Something that's very similar could be The same product the same pet you'll be Able to reference the same stuff it'll Be much easier to do internal links once You start posting them and of course There's also this added benefit of Creating more of this good topical Relevance whenever you dive into more Articles around the same stuff Google Will see you more of an authority but You can actually take it one step Further than that other than just Talking about the same product or Service you can actually bet articles That are even more similar so that could Be something like how fast do bananas Grow and then that can lead up to an Article about how fast do apples grow And how fast do kiwis grow because now The articles are so similar though they Are definitely separate articles but They are very similar in a way that you Can use the same structure you can use The same outline you could even just use That first article as a template for the Next ones so when I do create these
Batches of articles that I want to test And see if they do well I typically do Like five or ten of them because you Don't want to do like 50 articles about How fast every single fruit out there Will grow because If that type of content doesn't do too Well and maybe people just spend like 30 Seconds on such a blog post you never Really know before they land up on your Side right Then you might not create too much of it But do like five or ten of these and Then maybe move on to the next one and Then you can just generate a lot of Really good content in a short time so a Few other examples here could be like How did X get so good at golf then you Could first talk about how did Tiger Woods become so good at golfing and then How did this other guy get really good At it and go through like five or ten Different pro golfers or another example Why do X swim in circles could be like Why do Goldfish swim in circles maybe They're all the fishlets within circles I have absolutely no clue but you get The point like you just switch out one Component in the title and then you have A complete different article with other Research and of course the good thing Here is that you have the outline so you Might do some other research but you Have the outline you know almost what
Each subheading will be and another tip For getting better at research and Getting faster at research is to learn To love it because it's something that You're gonna do over and over again so Figure out how you can make this year a Happy place I like to bring in a little Box of candy whenever I do research it's Just something that I will normally only Do if I am doing topic research or Researching for a specific set of Articles so treat yourself well and make It something that you can actually enjoy So figure out how you can make that Something that's just way more enjoyable For you and my next point is to use some Of the really good tools out there so First you know that I rarely talk about The bigger keyword tool so I don't use Ahrefs or simras a whole lot but there Are tools that are very very helpful Also for the techniques that we use you Know we mostly use Google autocomplete And people also ask and forums and such To figure out what to write about and One tool that I have touched upon before Is the one that Ben Adler did it's Keyword Chef I have a video about it I'll try and put a link in the Description I did a little talk with Ben Adler at the affiliate gathering in York And he's just a really really really Good guy and getting to know him and Getting to understand a little bit more
About the mechanics behind that tool Just made me love it even more so that's A really good tool for doing some bulk Research and figuring out what to write About but then here we're tomorrow Talking about like topic research Figuring out like the main title of an Article and maybe not so much the actual Research for the article but there are Really good tools for that part of the Topic research and the research that Goes prior to creating content and Another tool that can be useful is Called keyword sheeter it used to be Called something a little different but It's called keyword shooter I think it's Still free and uh it's good for shaking Up things and just for that initial Brainstorm phase if you just need to get A lot of ideas thrown at you quickly That can also be a helpful tool and then Of course we can't get around Outsourcing so a few times I Outsource Some of the topic research for my sites Whenever I felt a little stuck I just Wanted some fresh angles fresh ideas From somebody else a lot of folks who Offer this service I think there's even One in my community there's one in there Are some people in many different Communities whether you're in Facebook Groups or in other courses communities There will typically be a few people who Offer this and even though you might not
Be able to use it directly it can many Times shake up things a little bit ask Them to come up with a few clusters so New categories for your site maybe Rather than just coming up with actual Ideas that can many times shake up Things and just help you think in New Directions and especially if you're new To this this can be a really good idea Because if you are doing your first Outlines and your first uh topics for Your new site you might not be doing a Really good job anyway so any help you Can get at this point if you have some Spare money try and get somebody to help You with this and just see what they Come up with and see if it's useful and Then one thing that I don't do when I do Research I don't go into Google and find The smallest site with a lot of traffic In my Niche and then try to go after all The keywords so I don't really believe In karma but I just hate when people do That to me whenever I have a smaller Side or side without a lot of backlinks Yet that can be beaten with bigger or Meteor articles So I hate that so I also don't want to Do that to smaller sites I also I mean If you find a small site so the whole Theory about this technique is that when You find a small site with a low domain Authority if you look at them up in Keyword tools then if they have a good
You know traffic you can go in and see What they rank for and write the same Articles and maybe take over the Positions So the reason also why I don't do that Is because then you know for sure There's already an article out there and It will not be undeserved articles Underserved content so the very best Articles for me is still when I can find Topics that nobody wrote before and I Still find a lot of those but I will say I spent more and more time on topic Research that's just how it is because The blogging space is for sure getting More competitive I hope these tips were Helpful a few tips to get more topics And also the actual research behind each Article let me know if you have some Good tips let me know in the comments And I'll see you guys next week Foreign [Music]
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