How To Write Content for a Website – No Fuss!


“How Do I Go About Creating Great Content for My Website?”

Creating Content on a Website
Creating Content on a Website Shouldn’t Frazzle You!

A question that gets asked often in web building sessions and in forums or groups that have newcomers to internet marketing is “How am I suppose to start creating content on a website?” or “What do I do now that I have a website?”  Answer: Easy…Write it!

For many people, there seems to be a block between the object in their skull and the fleshy tissue under their fingernails.  One just doesn’t seem to communicate with the other.  Some call it “writer’s block” others just stress over it, slam their laptop shut and give up.  There IS a solution.  Try and try again.

Creating content shouldn’t stress you out.  People aren’t searching the internet that often for Pulitzer Prize winning authors, they just want answers to questions and Google is their “go to” god.  Google’s gonna rely on YOU to be the one to give the answer from above, he’s just the middle-man in this scenario.

Answer the Obvious Question First

The best way to look at this problem is to imagine yourself sitting in a room with a friend who needs your help.  How would you answer then?  Do it like that.

For instance, what am I doing by writing this blog post?  I’m answering your question.  The question is broad in scope, and by being such it can be answered in many different ways.  I don’t have to be the one with all of the answers or the only answer, just a person that has at least ONE answer to your question.  If at first I don’t feel like what comes to mind will work for you, I can do one of three things:

  1. I can try to study and write until my fingers bleed, thinking I’ve come up with all the answers, but then again… no one has all the answers, that’s right, not even Google.
  2. I could come up with a few things I know for certain are good answers to your question.
  3. I could just take a few minutes to give my BEST answer to your question and hope it’s what you’re looking for.

Soooo…rather than make this a long, drawn out post and because I’m not really in the mood to come up with 1000 answers to this question, I’m going to go with the simplest thing I know how to do…number 3.

Get to the Point

Don’t beat around the bush when it comes to answering questions either.  Usually people are in a hurry nowadays and just want a quick, direct answer …so don’t lollygag around the answer.  Don’t you agree?

You want to create content for your website?  I’ll say it again…Write it.

You’ve just linked up to a post that took me all of 10 minutes to put on the screen, and yet here you are, reading it.  Looks like the whole content issue has been solved!

Just for fun I built and created one of our newest members here at Megabit Affiliate, Jenna 2B-Series 1, to reiterate what it is I’m trying to say here!


“Let me know when you have another question that needs answering, I’ll be here when you need me.”  Jenna 2B-Series1

Until Then,


Leland Best

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Leland Best - CEO of Best Conceptions LLC, has worn many hats over the past 35 years. He has trained and certified in Radio/TV/CATV Production, Automotive Design, Firefighting and Fire/Water Damage Restoration. Leland has been working with computers and the internet since their inceptions, and during his 25 year career as a Civil Designer his home-based business served several Fortune 500's. Leland and his wife Jenna call the Shiawassee River their home where he currently follows his passion as an author, live streamer, video producer and affiliate website builder under the brands BCBLive!™, and The Megabit Affiliate™.

8 thoughts on “How To Write Content for a Website – No Fuss!”

  1. Great post and you are very skilled at presenting well designed and detailed content. I would recommend all newbies start out with Wealthy Affiliate first. They provide step by step training on writing great content over there. thanks for sharing!

  2. Great post, and yes, I am one that struggles when it comes to writing something for my website so thanks so much for the tips.

  3. Talk like you would be talking when sitting around with friends. I like that approach and often get stuck on trying to being maybe too ‘guru-like’ while posting.

    1. Hey Chris, thanks for the stopping by. It’s always best to just be yourself when creating your content. Write, don’t produce. Worry about the editing when you’ve finished expressing your idea. Don’t get caught up on the little stuff.

      I used to get caught up with writers block all the time. Once I sat down with a glass of wine and just stay in character with myself and realized just how easy it is. Say what you mean and mean what you say…either way, just say it.

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