What is your favourite course on developing content fast?

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  • Profile picture of the author Hartigan
    Bump! I'm really interested in taking a course on this
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  • Profile picture of the author Project Sniper
    I take 2 or 3 articles. Pick and choose my fovortie parts and have my writers rewrite them.
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    • Profile picture of the author DRP
      Originally Posted by Hartigan View Post

      Bump! I'm really interested in taking a course on this
      DO NOT bump your own thread. To answer your question, you really don't need to take a course on developing content. Just browse Google and you'll find a superfluity of opinions on the subject. Understand copyright law, fair use, and digital media. Most people have no idea, like the chap below who admits to stealing existing content and re-posting it. That's unacceptable behavior.

      Originally Posted by Project Sniper View Post

      I take 2 or 3 articles. Pick and choose my fovortie parts and have my writers rewrite them.
      Yeah that's a scumbag move. You're stealing content and re-posting it for your own gain. It's actually illegal, but that's clearly not stopping you. Plagiarism and Copyright Infringement. Look them up.
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      • Profile picture of the author Project Sniper
        Originally Posted by DRP View Post

        DO NOT bump your own thread. To answer your question, you really don't need to take a course on developing content. Just browse Google and you'll find a superfluity of opinions on the subject. Understand copyright law, fair use, and digital media. Most people have no idea, like the chap below who admits to stealing existing content and re-posting it. That's unacceptable behavior.


        Yeah that's a scumbag move. You're stealing content and re-posting it for your own gain. It's actually illegal, but that's clearly not stopping you. Plagiarism and Copyright Infringement. Look them up.
        Sorry buddy but that's not true
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  • Well its not plagiarism if you just re-write it. Plagiarism occurs when a writer duplicates another writer's language or ideas and then calls the work his or her own. Literally word by word. THATS plagiarism. as the bloke states he "re-writes" it. so in a way he avoids the plagiarizing. Technically thats LEGAL.

    But i really dont promote that kind of way, i like to keep content original as possible. Its uniform in that sense. When i write content i usually browse around articles similar to my niche. Understand how they format and outline it. Then pick up from there. Take a few clauses here and there but make sure to quote it and provide reference.
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  • Profile picture of the author oppyeaunome
    I don't think you need to take a course and if you do there are many of them out there. I think the way to create content fast is just to create content fast.

    You are already making the first mistake in creating content fast and that is to overthink it. When you think too much about the quality of your writing first, you spend more time looking for your mistakes instead of writing. To write faster you need to be writing every single day.

    What I just said is basically what most writing courses will tell you.

    Three tips for you:

    1. Outline Your Content
    2. Write As Fast As You Can Without Thinking
    3. Edit only after you have completed writing your content

    Don't think about it just sit down and make it happen. It's the only way to create content faster.
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    • Profile picture of the author ddev
      Don't know one, but you can get quick content out of doing interviews (the other person will come up with most of the content).

      And you can get lots of extra "Modules" from a single interview: powerpoint,
      mindmaps, transcripts and so on.
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  • Profile picture of the author jamescanz
    Haven't come across one.

    But if you're looking to create content fast for products...

    Nothing has been faster than doing audio (can create products in under an hour).
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  • Profile picture of the author DoubleOhDave
    Don't know if Jack still offers it here - but Short Report Secrets by Jack Duncan is the best
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