How to Double Your Word Count Without Losing Quality
Lesson 2 Chapter 1 Module 1
If you are struggling to meet your word count goals, then this lesson is for you. These tips can help anyone double their word count without losing quality.
If you have ever felt like your writing isn't as good when it's longer, don't worry, too! I'll teach you how to write long-form content and still be proud of your final product.
The first tool I am going to introduce to you is the "Sentence Expander" from Conversion.ai.
If you only have 1 sentence to say about something and you are already out of words, grab that sentence and open the "Sentence Expander" template.
To access the tool, go to your Dashboard > Sentence Expander.
Paste the sentence on the first slot.
The tone of voice can be used for different parts of speech that can be used in a sentence: verbs, nouns, adjectives, adverbs, etc.
You can also use famous people or characters like Megatron, Bob Marley...you can even put "king, queen, etc. to make the sentence sound more royal.
Now let's play with a sentence and see what outputs we can get based on the tone of voice.
Input: "If you are struggling to meet your word count goals, then this lesson is for you."
Tone of voice, running for President:
"If you are struggling to meet your weekly word count goals, then this lesson is for you. I have tried many ways of increasing my output over the years and I've finally found a solution that works for me."
Tone of voice, Simon Cowell:
"If you're struggling to meet your word count goals, then it's time for a reality check. You'll need five hundred words in order to be competitive, and that's just too many for you."
Tone of Voice, Mother Teresa:
"If you are having difficulty in making your daily word count, then this lesson is for you.
In my experience as a writer and helping others to be successful writers, I have found that there are many things that can get in the way of writing."
Tone of Voice, Steve Jobs:
"If you are struggling to meet your word count goals, then this lesson is for you. I'm going to teach you how it's easier than ever before in the modern age of technology and other equipment that makes writing more accessible."
Tone of voice, king:
"Good news, my fellow writer. Today, I am going to show you a few helpful strategies for creating more content."
Tone of Voice, servant:
"I am your writing coach, and I'm here to help you write more."
Tone of Voice, skeptic:
"It is not easy to stay motivated when you're trying to meet a daily word count goal."
Tone Of Voice, aggressive:
"You have to write every day."
Tone of Voice, playful:
"If you are having a hard time meeting your word count goals, this lesson is for you. I can teach you how to write more words in less time and still have an engaging piece."
Tone of voice, mathematician:
"If you are struggling to meet your word count goals, then this lesson is for you!
If meeting the goal of fifty words per minute feels like a daunting task, it’s time that we get creative."
Tone of voice, Picasso:
"If you are struggling to meet your word count goals, then this lesson is for you. You could spend hours trying and failing to brainstorm new ideas, or use the same old methods that only work some of the time, but what's really going on here?
The truth is most people don't know how much they need, because there isn't a magic formula that will help them figure it out!
It all depends on various factors like their age group, genre type, topic length, as well as many other things so we can see, where someone might have been overshooting with an excessively long novel just by looking at one page - which may not be representative of its overall shape."
The possibilities are endless! Time to open your dictionary and play with different adjectives! My favorite tone of voice is helpful. 🙂
In summary, it's like the Sentence Expander, except that it can accept up to 600 characters in the input, versus the 80 characters limit of the Sentence Expander.
This is the complete instruction on how to use the Content Improver.
Long Form Assistant
The long-form assistant from Conversion.ai will let you incorporate all the other useful templates such as:
- Blog post idea
- Blog topic outline
- Blog post introduction
- Content Improver
- Explain it to a child
- Blog Conclusion
- Creative Story
- Sentence Expander
To expand an idea in the long-form editor, grab the last usable sentence, like this:
Input: "You have to write every day."
Paste it in the Sentence Expander template on the left side. To access it, you have to be in the "Power Mode." You can toggle this mode on and off from the top center.
Using the Sentence Expander template, Jarvis added this:
Added words (Tone of voice, aggressive):
"Writing every day is a must for anyone who wants to be successful. I can't stress this enough - if you want to be good, you need to write every single day until it becomes a habit."
To try it out for your current blog posts, go thru all your paragraphs and look for ones that might benefit from added words.
Grab the sentence of the paragraph and expand it.
For a complete walkthrough on how to use the long-form assistant, read this lesson. Don't forget to watch the video, too!
An important thing to remember when you're writing long-form content is that it's not just about adding more words. Adding the right amount of words, in the right places can make your article clearer and give readers a better experience.
Don't forget to consume all the lessons on how to use the Long-Form Assistant and all the templates you can integrate with it! You'll find them all here in my Content Creation Course.
Now it’s your turn to write.
And as Dumbledore gave Harry Potter the Cloak of Invisibility, I am giving you Jarvis... use it well!
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