RYB 956 The 10 Minute Content Creation HACK (Fill In The Blanks Template)

Hey there! I’m so glad that you joined me today. I have a great topic to discuss with you today. Today I’m going to share with you a super simple ten-minute content creation hack that I use in all my brands and whenever I need to create a new piece of content. 

I recently hosted a content creation challenge, and this is part of the process that we received. I walked people through the step-by-step process of how to create long-tail keywords topics for their niche.

Also, I also shared some tips on how to validate keywords within their niche, what an outline should look like for a piece of content, how to create the content, and how to amplify the content by bringing steady traffic to the piece instead of standing by and waiting for Google. 

The training that I recently taught is now one of my evergreen training that you can take any time you’d like if you’re looking for guidance on content creation. You’ll be able to walk through the course just as if you were there live. It’s a great resource if you’re looking for additional direction and advice on how to create content for your own brand. 

The process we’re going to review today is a great way for you to start by creating one piece of content that will also provide multiple keywords that lead back to your content. It’s actually a much more simple process than you might think.

I’m also going to teach you how to easily build out the framework for your content within just a few minutes. You’ll quickly have an outline you can follow, and you’ll just need to fill in the blanks when you sit down to create your content. I’ll walk you through the process today. So you can create your own content in no time. 

I want you to take the information that I share with you today and go through the same process on your own. You’ll see that as you go through it on your own, it’s much less difficult than you may think. It’ll also help you to discover the best topics for your niche and make sure you’re creating content that people in your audience care about and want to consume. 

Let’s get right to it so you can be on your way to creating valuable content for your own audience. 

Start By Identifying Your Keyword Title

When you start planning out a piece of content, I want you to always start by opening up an online document or pulling out a piece of paper. You’ll start by coming up with your keyword title. This is the title of your piece of content that includes your keyword. You’ll want to make sure you’re keyword is incorporated. This will make your content is easily searchable. 

I always recommend that you start by incorporating long-tail keywords, especially in the beginning. A long-tail keyword is three or more words long. It can often be very long if an entire string of words is being searched for. 

Keep in mind that if you’re incorporating long-tail keywords, this means that they usually have much less competition because people are usually searching for broader terms, meaning shorter keywords. 

If you want to focus on short keywords, you can always include additional words at the end. That way, you’ll start by ranking for the long-tail keywords first, but eventually, you’ll be able to rank for the short keywords over time. 

Like I mentioned above, if you’re just starting out creating content, you should always start with a long-tail keyword. People who are searching for longer keywords are looking for a specific answer and are usually considered much more qualified than others searching for broader terms. This means you’ll be able to reach your ideal audience much for easily when you’re focused on long-tail keywords, even if it’s a smaller group of people. 

Incorporate Keywords Into Your Subheaders 

Once you have chosen your title, the next step is to come up with your subheaders. 

As a refresher, your title is also known as your H1 tag. Google looks at H1-H4 tags, so it’s important that you use them if you want to rank for SEO. The great thing is that you can literally have Google come up with your subheaders for you. This can be done for every single piece of content that you create.

All you have to do is go to Google and type in the keyword you want to use. Once you’ve typed most of it out, let Google auto-suggest related searches. This is going to give you longer-tail keywords that you can use within your content. 

You’ll also use the auto-suggest to lead you to your bullet points. You’ll be able to easily identify other questions related to your main keyword that people in your niche are searching for, which will save you time in the long run.

Google will actually show what other questions people asked that are related to your search. This is a goldmine of information. I would use two to three of the related questions and use those as your bullet points. It really is so much easier than you might have thought. 

This helps you write content that Google likes and ensuring that you’re sticking with the favored layout. You’ll also be able to rank for your chosen keywords by incorporating them in the H1-H4 tags. 

In ten minutes, you can take your keyword and search for it in Google. Once you let it autofill, you can see the most common questions. From there, you can see what other questions people ask. This is going to give you a ton of options on what to write about it. Even if you’re not writing your own content, you can create an outline using this process and provide that to your write. That’s all you have to do to outline your content. It really is that easy. 

Use Breadcrumbs To Your Advantage 

If you use this process to write all your content, you’ll eventually write several pieces of content that are all related to each other. You can take al; those and spread them out like breadcrumbs that lead to your website directly. 

In fact, you can use them internally too. Within each article, you should mention related articles throughout and link to other blog posts. This will allow your audience to keep consuming your content and, in turn, will also help to improve your ranking in Google.

They want people to get the information they’re looking for and stay and consume it on the website they’re visiting. So, if people are doing this on your website, you’ll be rewarded. I love that bread crumbs work internally on your website just as much as they do outside of your own site. 

If you are having trouble, feel stuck coming up with the content on your own, or don’t know where to start, I highly recommend that you take my seven-day content creation challenge. It’s going to make the entire process so much easier, and the best part is you can sign up anytime. 

In the course, I’ll teach you how to come up with topics, find long-tail keywords, and how to create and publish your content. I end the course by giving you tips on how to optimize your content and the best ways to get it out there for people to find. I’ve condensed it down so you can learn quickly and be on your day to creating your own content for years to come in no time. 

You can use this same layout that we discussed today when you’re creating a video or podcast. It’s the exact same framework. You always need to start with coming up with a topic and title. From there, you’ll come up with the subtopics that you’re going to talk about. It’s as simple as that! 

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“I always recommend that you start by incorporating long-tail keywords, especially in the beginning of your content creation journey”. 

Take-Aways From Today’s Episode

  1. Start By Identifying Your Keyword Title (4:51)
  2. Incorporate Keywords Into Your Subheaders (8:19)
  3. Use Breadcrumbs To Your Advantage (15:00)

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