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Writing blog posts can be intimidating for some people, and being an expert in your field doesn't guarantee you will be successful. Whether you're a personal trainer, fitness blogger, or home microgym owner, having a successful blog will expand your audience. If you're new to blogging, or have been doing it for a while, this article will teach you 3 epic blogging hacks for fitness pros that will make your blog irresistible to your readers!
Use artificial intelligence
Yeah, I'm serious. It's an age-old dilemma for personal trainers and home gym owners alike: how do you keep your blog up to date with fresh content? The answer is Jarvis.ai. Jarvis Ai is an artificial intelligence that can write blog posts for you. It takes care of all the research and writing to give you more time to focus on what matters most - training clients.
Plans start at $29/month and 20,000 generated words. That's a large word count. I mean, most blog posts are between 500 and 1,500 words. Do the math! With a 7-day free trial, you've got nothing to lose. Check it out!
Create a micro-task profile on sites like Fiverr or Freelancer
Alright, I accept that not everyone is comfortable using artificial intelligence. We've all seen iRobot, right? That's a lot of power to give... well, a bot. So, you may be wondering how to get someone else involved in this process. Someone real, right? I mean, you'd love to host a blog, but you don't have the time! Use a micro-task site like Fiverr.com or Freelancer.com.
These websites platform freelancers from all over the world that will create high-quality articles and blog posts for as little as $5. Check'em out. I'm sure there's a perfect gig waiting for you!
Use a cross-platform cloud-based writing assistant
You know how important it is to make a great first impression. A blog post's introduction paragraph is the perfect place to hook your readers and get them excited for all that they'll learn from what follows. One of the most common mistakes bloggers make in their intro paragraphs (really in any) is grammar errors.
Grammarly.com has been helping people everywhere write quality copy since 2008 by providing feedback on comma usage, subject-verb agreement, fragmented sentences, and more! If you want to be sure your blog post stands out as high-quality content with no embarrassing mistakes lurking within its body, sign up for a free account with Grammarly. You can always upgrade to a paid plan!
Building a successful blog post is not as daunting as it may seem. AI-powered content generators can help you create an epic blog post in just minutes with the press of a button while using apps like Fiverr or Grammarly guarantee your blog is polished before it's ready for publication.
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