7 Tips to Always Write Quality Content

7 Tips to Always Write Quality Content
(Last Updated On: September 10, 2016)

Your article actually sucks! Did someone ever tell you this?

Pardon me if I sounded rude. But admit it! You don’t want to hear those three words, do you?

For the same reason (and due to lack of time), high-profile bloggers hire quality content writers to weave awesome articles.

But you may not be in a position to hire someone. That means, you have to write your content on your own.

Is content writing intimidating to you?

Don’t worry! I have got seven tips to help you always write quality content. Because I’m going to tell you the seven most amazing tips which i have learned over the number of years while writing in online industry.

Tips to Write Quality Content Always

The following are the seven tips I follow to write articles appealing to the audience, hopefully you will enjoy reading them.

#1 Research Well to be the Boss


People come to your blog to get in-depth details about something. Hence, it is necessary for you to sound authentic. No comes to see you blabber.

The best way to create authority content is to research well. You must ensure the availability of ample information before you even write the introduction.

When it comes to the research, Google is my go-to-place. You can gather any information from it with the effective use of a spot-on search query. Moreover, you can use Google Scholar to get university papers and research reports.

In presence of enough resources, you can research offline too. And, never mention anything you are unsure about.

#2 Make No Mistake

no mistake

We all know the meaning of high-quality content, right? It should have zero errors. I already told you to research well to avoid factual errors.

Provided you have no writing skills, chances are, you create many punctuation and grammar errors. You write content not to lock it safely inside the shelf. You write because you want to publish it. And when it happens, many English speaking people will read the article.

The sad part is they will recognize your errors. Do you want it to happen?

Just use an online grammar checker as the same will spot most of the grammar and punctuation errors so that, you will not be embarrassed.

#3 Realize Your Chronobiology

No, I am not a geek. And, this term here isn’t anything geeky at all.

Do you know that we have a biological clock in our body that sense the best and worst productive time?

Let’s go back to the old times. When you studied in school, which time of the day did you choose to study?

Morning? Or night?

Some of you studied in the early morning while others in the night. See? All of us have a specific time in the day on which we are found to have the best productivity (called chronobiology).

You need to recognize your chronobiology and stick to the same for the writing.

#4 Work on Your Intros

Your introduction should grab the attention of the audience.

Take the first sentence of this post. I started with ‘Your articles suck’. Didn’t it bring some emotion to your mind? Maybe it’s frustration, anger or irritation. Obviously, you were ready to read the rest.

I am not asking you to create offensive introductions every time. But each time, there should be something that can evoke the curiosity in the minds of your readers.

There are numerous ways to starting an article. You can ask questions, quote a great personality, provide a shocking revelation or evoke the curiosity in the beginning. The purpose here is to make the audience stick to your article.

Obviously, an article with a striking intro is a high-quality one.

#5 Find Your Unique Voice

unique selling proposition

I know you have heard this tip a million times in different forms.

Write in your own voice, or develop your own tone or something similar. But not all of the advices were followed by the method to develop a unique voice, right?

Here I am going to give you some steps, which will help you create content in your own unique tone.

First, you have to pick three works from three of your favourite authors. You are free to choose three bloggers too. (My all time favourite is Jon Morrow).

Then, analyze their titles, introduction, sentences, styles, structure and conclusion.

Finally, I want you to write three different articles in tones similar to those you analyze. And, stick to the one you find interesting and sound like YOU.

#6 Take Time to Title Your Works

The very first element anyone notices about your write-up is the title itself. That’s why many writers spend a lot of time to craft one. From marketing point of view, this is the main call to action which is going to bring visitors to your site, an attractive title also builds a solid interest and also bring some sort of hype to read the article.

killer headlines

So You have to be very conscious about your titles. There is nothing nonsensical in spending much time to crafting a perfect title. If you don’t do so, you will regret later.

Having the best title is the number one way to increase your Click Through Rate. In my experience, I found out that odd-numbered list posts (like this article) perform way better than others. You can also try How to posts as well.

#7 Edit like Someone Else Write for You

Editing has a significant part in developing a high-quality article but remember, patience is the key here.

You have to spend quite some time to edit your article. If you proceed to editing right after you complete the draft, you will not be able to do it efficiently.

So That’s why I suggest people to take some break, do some task and distract the mind from the process of writing. Then (probably, on the next day), you can edit it like a brutal editor.

Don’t have even a single sentence out of the context.

Wrapping Up and Conclusion

You have got seven useful tips to write quality content. These are enough to seduce your audience as a blogger. Moreover, you will end up saving the cost of freelance writers too.

I know there are tons of tips available on other sources. But I really think the seven I mentioned here are enough for anyone in the blogging arena because they worked for me very well!

If you have any doubt regarding the article, feel free to ask the same in the comment section down below.

Also, share this post with your friends.

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Jyoti Chauhan
Jyoti Chauhan is a professional blogger and digital marketer from India. She writes about SEO, Social Media, Blogging Tips and product reviews at to help newbie to grow their blog.
    Atta Sep 29,2016 at 2:10 pm

    Interesting read. It is always difficult for developer turned blogger to write quality content.

    • Ali Raza Oct 16,2016 at 6:22 pm

      Indeed writing was much difficult for me too, however i’m still trying to improve. :)

    Satya Sep 13,2016 at 1:27 pm

    Absolutely these all are the things that every blogger should have to remember while writing quality content.

    Without these it’s impossible to produce quality readable content.

    Thanks for sharing such an wonderful article here.

    abiya Sep 13,2016 at 7:39 am

    Great post! I am actually getting ready to across this information, It’s very helpful for this blog.Also great with all of the valuable information you have Keep up the good work you are doing well.

    • Ali Raza Oct 21,2016 at 9:15 am

      Thanks Abiya, glad that you like it.

    Saima Masood Sep 12,2016 at 9:36 pm

    Great post, in fact it was the much needed post, I have seen many talented bloggers with many awesome blogs having content that simply sucks!. Content is a king, if you have all the relevant information out there, but you haven’t put it across it in a right way to your audience (not using correct grammar can lead to ambiguity), then whats the whole point of creating a blog in the first place? when your readers don’t trust you or trust your credibility, guess why? because Mr. Ali Raza said it himself in the intro of his post that, your article sucks!

    • Ali Raza Oct 21,2016 at 9:16 am

      Thanks Saima! I truly agree with your opinion.


    Muhammad Ahmad Sep 12,2016 at 8:08 am

    Hi Ali,
    Great to see Jyoti, (a great blogger in my view) as a guest contributor towards your awesome blog.
    Coming to the post, I like all the points mentioned in the post :)
    Thanks Jyoti for sharing.
    Ali, you’re so lucky! ;)
    ~ Ahmad

    • Ali Raza Sep 17,2016 at 1:11 pm

      Thank you Ahmad, indeed i’m! :)

    Ilyas Tarar Sep 10,2016 at 11:09 am

    Thanks Jyoti
    This article just strengthened my knowledge about writing great blog posts. I try to follow these tips while creating posts. Your article is good resource for beginners.

    salman Sep 10,2016 at 9:17 am

    Thanku Sir for good stuff in the post.

    Kimsea Sok Sep 10,2016 at 7:16 am

    Hi, Jyoti and Ali.

    Wow. This is awesome article.

    Bloggers are using the content as a machine gun, and it involved every of our business activities.

    To discuss writing a great content for our blog is wonderful topic to read and to share ideas.

    Well. I do agree what you said. Mostly, A blogger can compile a great article after read at least 5 to 10 related contents. Also, I love what you said about Google Scholar it’s a great and reliable source for researching.

    Compiling a transform introduction is quite important to persuade reader to continue reading your article. You know? Sometime, people quit reading after passed first sentence. So, you to use the first sentence to push reader to read the second sentence.

    You know? the most challenge of mine is language. I often made some grammatical errors in the article. I’ve have tried many tools such Hammingway, Grammarly, and ProWritingAid.

    Yes. I like Grammarly, but the price is a bit high thus I decided to go with ProWritingAid as it’s cheaper and acceptable quality. As I remember, around $250 for lifetime license.

    But if you have limited budget, you can go with Hammingway as cheaper as $8 or $10. I can’t remember.

    Oh. Yeah. You’re extremely right. Using the unique voice for writing is crucial to standout of the crowed. Actually, I’m using my simple voice as I think it’s funny and no one speak like me. LOL

    Thanks for sharing. That’s a great tips.

    • Ali Raza Sep 17,2016 at 1:35 pm

      Well said Kimsea! Thanks for your contribution.

    jay paul Sep 9,2016 at 9:52 pm

    Thanks a lot for this great post

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