A Quick Step-by-Step Process to Editing Your Blog Posts

I've spent plenty of posts talking about how quality blogging takes time. I can see you rolling your eyes from here because obviously you already know this. If you've been blogging for your business for more than five seconds, you're all too familiar with the never-ending cycle of "brainstorm, write, delete, write some more, revise, design graphic, format, publish" that is content creation. But just because creating a quality blog post takes intention doesn't mean it needs to take tons of time

There are tips and tricks for speeding up every phase of the blogging process, but today we're talking about editing. Editing is tricky because 1) most people either have a natural knack for it or they don't, and 2) if you try to rush it, you're more likely to miss errors.

Even so, editing doesn't have to be the painful, time-consuming task of your blogging nightmares. After years of professional editing, I've found several strategies for speeding up the editing process without letting mistakes slip through the cracks. The secret: planning ahead and working with intention.

Editing your blog posts has to take a ton of time, right? Not necessarily! With a little intentionality, you can cut down on the time it takes to edit your posts. Get started with this quick step-by-step process to editing your blog posts.
Editing your blog posts has to take a ton of time, right? Not necessarily! With a little intentionality, you can cut down on the time it takes to edit your posts. Get started with this quick step-by-step process to editing your blog posts.

If you're ready to speed up the process of editing your blog posts, head over to the Freelance to Freedom Project blog and check out my latest guest post. It's got tips and tricks any blogger can use to get their posts ready to publish in record time---even if you think you're not good at editing!

Share your best tips for speeding up the editing process in the comments!

P.S. Looking for more ways to become an editing rockstar? Check out The Self-Editing Handbook!