The creative process is often challenging and sometimes difficult to do easily. You need to bring in a wide range of sources, materials, and concepts to bear on the content you create and the things you create for it to be a quality piece of work.
This is certainly true of those who write for a living or create content on websites or print material where words matter. What if it were easier to combine many sources, and have a framework from which to work to help make writing or content creation easier and less frustrating? In this post I share with you my template for blog posts that you can use today!
To make things easier and more predictable, many creatives, craftsmen, and content creators use templates or formulas or frameworks to help make their job easier. One such example is Tom Silva, of This Old House fame. In nearly every episode he’s fashioned a jig or a template to help him with stairs, cabinetry, or anything else he’s working on. No need to work harder if he can create something that makes the work easier.
So, today I’ve sat down and written out my framework that I use to write most of my blog posts on this site and I want to share it with you today!
Feel free to download and use this template for your own creative work in your agency or in house marketing department.
Templates and frameworks make things easy for creatives to create great content. In this post I shared with you my framework that I use to create blog posts on my site, and that you can use too for your own work.