Outlining: My Secret to Churning Out Great Content How To Draw up Outlines for Your Pieces

Outlining?

Yes, that seemingly old-fashioned content writing strategy have been my secret to writing epic posts every week.

In today’s post, I introduce you to outlining and show you how I effectively and efficiently use them to churn out great content.

So let’s get it going…

To a Writer,

Outlining is the act of detailing out all the parts of a written piece before starting. It entails deciding what to say in your article and how to say it.

It helps in ideation and is thus an effective Brainstorming technique.

This way it plays a pivotal role in the building of written pieces.

The question now is: how do you effectively outline?

There’s no hard fast rule for outlining. Just make sure you detail out out your piece in the way you want to see it.

Ending Notes

Outlining is a great way of visualising your thoughts and building great written masterpieces. Incorporate this ideation technique into your writing process and you’d surely experience a revolution in your writing productivity.

Question: what’s your experience with outlining as an ideation technique? Tell us by leaving a comment below.

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About Amos Gideon Buba

Amos Gideon Buba is a writer, public speaker and entrepreneur who believes everyone can make a difference by getting their voices heard beyond the noise of the world.
Friendly and unpretentious, to him words are the best tools for instigating and actualising societal change.
Aside his books and pen, Gideon loves traveling and meeting new people.


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One thought on “Outlining: My Secret to Churning Out Great Content How To Draw up Outlines for Your Pieces

  1. Misal May 27, 2018 / 2:33 am

    This could be one of the things I’m missing as a writer. Thanks for pointing that out in a simple way.

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