5 Writing Tips To Take Your Writing Skills To The Next Level

If you’re a successful writer, than you can be hugely successful blogger and If you can’t write well than you should learn it before starting a blog.

A great writing skills can easily capture the readers heart and mind and will make them stick with your blog and read more of your work.


The feature of a great writer is they’re able to compare the non-compare things through ones writing and It’s not only about the grammar and punctuations, but also how you visualize and present the situation.

To be a good writer, you need to be a good reader first and that’s the biggest secret of improving a writing skills.

Here I’m going to share 5 tips to write better.

1. Writing Is not easy:

You must keep in mind that writing isn’t easy, but I believe If you love writing than you’re going to work hard at it to be the best.

You won’t always be happy with writing, but the people that excel are those that learn that writing isn’t easy.

Learning writing and the things like grammar, punctuations adverbs etc need a lot of practice (A lot of!) and practice won’t be easy.

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2. Never hit the backspace when writing:

If you stop every second and proof read the last paragraph, I’m sure It will take more than five hours to complete an article no matter how fast you type.

Do not worry about all the mistakes and editing until you complete the article or until you’ve reached the point where you’re comfortable enough to go ahead and start the editing process. It will also help you to improve your productivity.

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3. Not to set a schedule:

Writing is a natural process and the right words will come anytime even when your passion for a topic can no longer be contained.

Whenever you set a schedule for your new activity, you usually end up failing to keep your new commitment. If you’ve set a posting schedule for your blog than It’s good but doesn’t mean you should also set a schedule for your writing.

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4. Don’t take yourself too seriously:

When you’re out of ideas and when you think you can’t write, than not to take yourself too seriously. You should not get stressed out when you think you can not decide what to write about.

When you think you couldn’t write anymore and you’re stuck, take a break because It helps to re-energize your mind. I take a break of one day every week and when I return I’m a lot more interested in writing.

I have heard a lot of times that quality beats quantity all the time, but taking yourself too seriously will kill your all good writing

5. Don’t just hit publish:

Other than re-checking your post several times after completing it, you should leave it for at least one day. Just go and do something else after you complete your post.

If you always hit publish after writing your post, there will always see something on your post a day later thinking “I wish I had added this instead of this or I wish I had changed that to this”.

So, don’t just make your post public just yet, wait for at least a day before publishing it. I’m sure you’ll be able to make your post more better.

I would like you to share your tips to improve writing skills below in comments section.

About Ehsan Ullah

Ehsan Ullah is a 18 years old passionate Blogger from Kunduz, Afghanistan. He is the author of Guide To Blogging blog. He has a complete series of guide on Starting a Blog for newbies. Connect with Ehsan Ullah on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.


  1. Hi Ehsan, great points. Especially I like #4 – don’t take yourself too seriously – it’s very common to trying be a “super writer”, but sometimes it’s not possible…
    And I’ll add one more point – think about your readers, they are more important than Google (and writer πŸ˜‰ )
    Thanks for sharing,

    • Ehsan Ullah says:

      Glade you found my pose great Chris, We should also try to be productive writer and blogger that is why one must not take themselves too seriously in their work.

      Thanks for adding your point mate πŸ˜‰

  2. Aditi Datta says:

    Hi Ehsan,
    You second point is just great. While going through it, I really find it interesting. It’s really very tough to write a long content without even hitting the backspace. I know its tough but yes it can be done. All the points that you have shared are just great. Even you are correct that before publishing, you need to check the post first, review it and then publish it. Thanks for the share!!

    • Ehsan Ullah says:

      Glade you found it useful Aditi, hitting the backspace while writing will disturb you a a lot and just hitting the publish button just after completing isn’t good thing.

  3. Yogendra Sharma says:

    Hi Ehsan
    About writing skills, I can’t stop myself to push publish button after completing article. Anyway Nice article bro.

    • Ehsan Ullah says:

      You have to stop yourself Yogendra, If you have habit than you need to change your habit. This way you can make your article more better.
      Glade you liked it. Thanks for your comment.

  4. Lakhyajyoti says:

    All five tips you have mentioned in your post are crucial to become a better writer. BTW I like the #2 point most. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Nishant Srivastava says:

    Hi Ehsan,
    I totally agree with your 3rd Point “Not to set a schedule”, you can set schedule for promotion, marketing,commenting and managing your blog, but never set schedule for writing.
    Nice Tips… Thanks a lot..

    • Ehsan Ullah says:

      You got my point Nishant, I’ve a schedule for publishing post on my blog, but I don’t have any timing schedule for writing. I do write always, sometime for my own blog and most of the time I write guest posts πŸ˜‰

  6. Before hitting the publish button, I thoroughly check whether permalink is perfect or not. All its recommended to check whether the article is assigned to a relevant category or not. This way every thing will stay organized on your blog.

  7. Dhruv Bhagat says:

    Hi Ehsan,
    I am impressed with your writing skills bro..
    Writing Skills can be improved with daily writing practice.. One should always write 2000-3000 words daily to become a pro.. Being a part time blogger, I can only be able to write just 1500-2000 words in a day which is maximum…
    Tip No. 2 is great.. I am gonna work on this – “Never hit backspace button while writing”. πŸ™‚
    Thanks for overall tips πŸ™‚

    • Ehsan Ullah says:

      Thanks for the kind words Dhruve,
      Glade you liked my points here and I can see you’re also a good blogger. Writing more than 1500-2000 words is a lot bro.


    I think one thing also help you to write a well content…outline before writing and do some research on what you intend to write about to get more information about it. thanks for sharing

    • Ehsan Ullah says:

      Other than doing some research, you must be passionate about your topic. It will help you write more and better to convince your readers.

  9. Hi Ehsan Ullah, great tips bro. I totally agree with 2nd tip as it takes more time for me to write an article because i always re-check the the last paragraph of the article and all the 5 tips are really important to become a good writer. Thanks for Sharing this great tips bro πŸ™‚

    • Ehsan Ullah says:

      Hey Sai, I’m happy you stopped by in my post and left a comment. Glade you liked it and If you have a habit of checking the last paragraph than you should change your habit because I’ll take more time for you to complete the article.

  10. Hammad Baig says:

    Hi Ehsan , I really appreciate your writing skills , All points are good , in my views this is secrets not a tips. Thanks for Sharing this great article bro ..

    • Ehsan Ullah says:

      Thanks for the appreciation Hammad, Glade you liked my writing skills. It’s just because of my hard work.


  11. Hi Ehsan ,
    You have share an informative article. I think that you have done a research on writing because you have touched all the fundamental and advanced points of writing. This article is very informative.
    Thanks for sharing this.

    • Ehsan Ullah says:

      Thanks for the lovely words Ravi, I do hope you’ll land on my blog too and will stick around πŸ™‚

  12. Lovely post! This is Amazing which you have shared with us. This way every thing will stay organized on your blog. All its recommended to check whether the article is assigned to a relevant category or not.. This way you can make your article more better.Well thanks for sharing this post.

  13. Ashwani Ahlawat says:

    I am following them already. BTW thanks dude. That’s really cool.

  14. Vineet Saxena says:

    Another great article Ehsan. Yes it happened with me a few times when I though I could add this to my article before publishing it. Now I wait for sometimes and see if there is anything else which could form part of this post.
    Thanks for these awesome tips.

    • Ehsan Ullah says:

      Nice to know that now you care about your post and your readers Vineet, Everyone should try to make it perfect before hitting the publish button, that is what I do and I do get great response from my readers πŸ™‚

  15. Eshan you just pointed out my biggest mistake i was doing i was not reading other blogs but today i saw itechcode and i was like damn why i didn’t came here before i am learning a lot from you guys …
    And yea the biggest problem i face many time is what to write because i have confused my niche myself .
    Thanks for the help i will surely follow all the tips you gave .

  16. Ofcourse writing is not so easy as it seems but daily reading and writing can improve your writing for sure. I love the point that don’t hit the backspace while writing. Writing and editing are the two different things and while writing don’t edit. As you finish your writing then after some time start proofreading and then edit if you notice anything which needs editing.
    Nice post buddy!

    ~ Atish Ranjan

  17. Praveen Soni says:

    Hello Ehsan,
    Writing a 500 word post for a newbie blogger is very difficult and your all points will help all the newbie’s.I agree with all your points but I really like #2 never hit back space And Don’t get stressed while out of ideas.
    thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

  18. Anil Agarwal says:

    I think you need to read a lot of stuff if you want to hone your writing skills.

    Also learn to copy other successful writers in your industry to know what works best. Creative writing is not easy especially if you’re a beginner. It takes a lot of time and you need to devote daily to master it!