As 'time' seems so precious, as far as managing our workload in this business, it's sometimes nice to be able to find some short-cut WITHOUT compromising our business, in order to save some of that time.
Case in point - writing a quality article for my site, blog, article directories. I can't seem to write anything of 'really good quality' under 600 words. All my 'good ones' (if I may dare say) average 700-1200. Is that too lengthy? Just as I'm getting in a really funky groove, I've already reached the 4-500 mark.
No matter how great and compelling your copy is, what number of words do you never go over in your article?
Given what I've reviewed so far, it appears my main article should be on my site, shortened versions for the directories and even smaller tidbits for the blog posts. I dunno, maybe that's not entirely true - I'm not sure? However those shortened versions just don't seem to have that same 'punch' and 'draw' as my main article.
Yet, rewriting stuff on the same 'specific' product (not talking about my niche, only just 1 product), as in my case, over and over again seems to be quite tedious, and I was wondering if there are any alternatives to such repetition, or is this just the way it is and there's no way around it?
I really enjoy writing as a whole, but even being the creative writer I believe I am, those creative juices can often run dry, when i have to reword one particular article several times over.
***It's the 'time factor' that I'm trying to find an answer to, more than anything else actually. This is not meant to be a complaint, but just wishing to seek a less time-consuming method that's all
i will very much welcome your thoughts on this.
Thanks for listening,