Posted on October 21st, 2007 in Advice, General, PLR Club | No Comments »
I can type in the range of 50-60 words per minute. When I’m in theÂ Â groove or in “flow” generating a report, writing an article (or re-writing PLR), itÂ Â can go much higher. But, when I am doing design, development orÂ Â (gasp!) coding, it goes down signficantly.
I know that the more content I generate the more I can sell. I knowÂ that content is king and if I have lot’s of great content, I simplyÂ will make more money.
Of course, you can generate content fast and free,Â with almost no effort. Still, keep reading. There’s more to the story…
I believe that even non-writers depend on writing. And, the fasterÂ you can type the more money you’ll make online.
For example, let’s say you’re focused on customer service. The fasterÂ you can pound out an email response, the faster you can resolve theÂ issue. Fast typing means speed, and speed drives money.
Or, let’s say you’re into forum marketing. Well, typing quickly isÂ again valuable and contributes to the bottom line. The more you canÂ write (new postings or responding to old ones) the more people willÂ see your signature.
Again, speed is money…
So, let me ask. What have you done recently to improve your typingÂ skills? Are you serious about it. Really, this could boost yourÂ bottom line significantly. Just consider how many thousands of timesÂ you pound keys per hour. That’s no joke.
Oh, and consider ergonomics and workstation design. Posture, comfort, eye strain, and so on, all contribute to your typing success. Plus,Â you want to avoid injury because that could slow you down, or evenÂ stop your work. Take care to avoid RSI (repetitive strain injuries).
Typing is money. Faster typing is faster money. Think it over.