How To Create Content That Is Better, Faster And Easier

Creating Content That Is Better, Faster And Much Easier






How To Create Content That Is Better, Faster And Easier





Today, I would like to share with you Noah St John’s 3 Simple Rules for Creating Content That Is Better, Faster and Easier…….Enjoy!






Have you ever felt “stuck” when trying to come up with articles, videos, blog posts, or social media content?



The truth is, most of us know all too well the feeling of “staring at computer screen and mind freezing.”




Here are three simple rules to increase your “likes and shares” for your articles, videos, blog posts, and social media content:




Rule #1. The Audience Is Listening—To Themselves.

  • Who would you rather go to dinner with: someone who talks incessantly about themselves, or someone who’s genuinely interested in YOU?

  • One of the reasons we get “stuck” is because we are literally stuck on ourselves.
  • Next time you sit down to create an article, video, blog post, or social media content, think about the people you want to impact.
  • More specifically, picture a SPECIFIC PERSON in your mind.

    • If that person had hired you to give them advice, what would you say to them?
    • Then:
    • 1. Write a brief, concise, informative message.
    • 2. Use clear language that gets your point across quickly
    • 3.Don’t always talk about how great your product or service is.
  • Remember, people will like you more when you demonstrate that you’re just as concerned about THEIR problems as you are about your own.

    • And people do business with people they like.




 Rule #2. Address Your Core Customer’s Pain AND Ambition.

  • Question: What’s the greatest motivator in the world? Answer: Pain.

  • Why? Biologically speaking, any organism must avoid pain in order to not die.
  • That’s why most marketers focus the majority of their messages on their prospects’ PAIN



Address your Core Customer’s pain AND their ambition, and people will be more likely to respond positively to your messages.




Rule #3: Leave ‘Em Wanting More.

  • A good rule of thumb is to keep your online content between 500-1,200 words.

“When you’re onstage, remember the three G’s: Be gracious. Be grateful. Get off.” – Paul Hogan

  • Whenever you post online content—including articles, videos, blog posts, and social media content—never forget that you are “onstage”.
  • The more gracious and grateful you are—and the quicker you get off, after having made your point—the more likely people will be to respond to your messages.



The best speakers, writers, communicators and content creators always leave something to their audience’s imagination.




Noah’s Note: People do business with people they like. Use these 3 simple rules to increase your “Likeability” as well as your bank account.



If you enjoyed these amazing gold nuggets from Noah, and found TONS OF VALUE, please click on the “like” button and share…..Thank You!








To Your Success,
Joan Harrington


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Joan is a full time blogger/network marketing coach whose passion comes from helping others learn how to brand themselves through blogging and become an expert blogger

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0 thoughts on “How To Create Content That Is Better, Faster And Easier

  • Remi Badozi


    This is so spot on! Good content definitely comes to you when you think about your audience’s problems and then how you can help to solve them – even if you don’t know how, you can point them in the right direction with your content!

    Thanks very very much for sharing.

    • joanharrington Post author

      Hi Remi:)

      Thank you girl! So glad you enjoyed this post and found tons of value! Gotta love Noah St John! So many gold nuggets to share!

      You are welcome,

  • Ryan Biddulph

    Hi Joan,

    Put yourself in your reader’s shoes. Breathe deep, take 5 minutes to slow your mind down, and dwell on the problems, pains, hopes and dreams of your readers. You will never lack ideas. Awesome stuff here.

    Picturing your prospect makes it easier to service your prospect. A flood gate of ideas flows in. I am a cash gifting coach so I picture a person who visits my site. What do they want? Why do they want it? What drives them? What pains them? What do they dream about?

    Building a picture from these questions – combined with our interactions – makes it easy to churn out content daily, content which actually gets shared and helps drive more leads to my site.

    Think of it this way: serve your customers what they want.

    Thanks Joan!


    • joanharrington Post author

      Thank you Ryan for all of your insights, my friend! Love your warm comments!!!!

      Appreciate your awesome feedback!

      Thank you,