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An Overview Of One Way to Write Entire Blog Posts with a Phone

By Tom Seest

Is It Possible to Write Blog Posts with a Phone?

You may be asking yourself if it is possible to write entire blog posts using a phone like an iPhone.

I’ve been in heart failure for about a year now, and I’ve had to spend more time in bed than I’d like. One advantage to this temporary malady is that it has opened up new ways of thinking in how I go about writing blog posts.

What follows is one way that you can use to write blog posts using an iPhone while lying down on the job.

How to Research Writing Topics with a Phone?

The first question you are probably wondering is: How to Research Writing Topics with a Phone?

This one is pretty easy as all modern phones have internet access and web browsers. So, you can use the same tools that you normally would use to research topics to write about.

In my case, I love using AnswerThePublic as one of the main tools that I use. It allows me to enter a topic or set of words called keywords, and it will tell me what questions people are asking the search engines about that topic. This then gives me a series of topics to write about.

I also enjoy and use another tool called LowFruits for the same purpose.

So, to summarize, you can use the web browser on your phone to get a list of topics to write about.

Can You Use the Bing App on a Phone to Write Blog Posts?

While there are likely many apps that you can use on the phone to write blog posts, I like to use the Bing app with its built-in AI engine from ChatGPT. I will point out that using an AI app is not necessary. You can also just use your favorite email program and use the voice recognition engine to write out blog posts.

For me, it’s more simple to load up the Bing app and get it in the AI mode. Once I have it in AI mode, I ask it too: Please Write Me An Article Titled [Title of Article Here]”

As an example, if I wanted AI to write me this article, I would have entered the prompt: Please Write Me An Article Titled “Is It Possible to Write Blog Posts With A Phone?

Will the Bing App Write a Complete Article for You?

Well, of course, it will.

Will the article be formatted the way you like it for your blog posts? Probably not. I have to do a minor cleanup of the formatting, as I like to have my hyperlinks for references done a certain way, and I like to format my paragraph headers in a certain way. But Bing will do the majority of the dirty work for you.

Will the Bing-generated article be 100% accurate and truthful? Who cares? Even if I try to be 100% accurate, 100% perfect, 100% of the time, I’m a human, and I fail due to my biases. So, the article will be about as perfect as I am, which isn’t very perfect. If being accurate and truthful is important for your finished product, then hire a well-rounded research team, get off your phone, get rid of all your biases, and have at it. This method of article writing is not for you.

Can You Copy the Article From the Bing App Into Email?

Fortunately, the Bing App makes it very easy to copy the finished, generated article into memory for pasting into your favorite email app on your phone.

In my case, I use the built-in email app on my IOS iPhone. I then send this email to an email address that I have configured to read my emails and post them to my website blog.

Now, how do I get this generated article into my blogging system on my website? This part is a little more tricky.

How to Send a Generated Blog From a Phone to a Blog?

For WordPress, I have installed a WordPress Plugin called Postie, which you can read more about at https://postieplugin.com/. It is fairly easy to use and configure and allows you to configure it to read an email account for articles to post.

In my case, I have set up Postie on each of my websites and can email myself posts. I have it configured to put the articles into my queue of Posts in draft mode, as I want to review them and clean them up before I publish them.

But you can have it automatically publish these articles as posts if you wish.

This photo was taken by cottonbro studio and is available on Pexels at https://www.pexels.com/photo/photo-of-people-sitting-near-each-other-2773536/.

How Does Writing Posts on a Phone Impact Productivity?

I find that I can write about 5 blog posts using this Artificial intelligence method in the time that it takes me to fall asleep at night. I find that it takes me about 5 to 10 minutes to write a complete blog post using the tools at my disposal while flat on my back waiting to fall asleep.

I find that I’m very creative during this time when I begin my dreams and long for the rest that I need due to my current condition of heart failure. So, I let my mind wander and create as I see fit.

This photo was taken by Alesia Kozik and is available on Pexels at https://www.pexels.com/photo/sliced-lemon-on-pancakes-6632567/.

What Does a Published Article Look Like That Was Generated on a Phone?

Once I get back to the desk, while not necessary, I use Grammarly to proof the writing and make any obvious corrections to the created content. This takes me about 5 minutes per post.

I also like to insert images into the post so that it looks halfway decent and attractive to the person reading it. I also refuse to publish it if I think that it won’t be useful to my readers. I don’t like wasting my time laying in bed, and I don’t like wasting the time of my readers either.

This is an example of an article that I wrote last night while falling asleep: https://topcozumelnews.com/what-countries-do-visitors-to-cozumel-come-from/

This photo was taken by PNW Production and is available on Pexels at https://www.pexels.com/photo/a-woman-putting-on-lipstick-9219009/.

How Can You Follow My Work and Learn From What I Do?

I’ll say that I’m probably not the best person to learn from, as I learn so much from others. But, I specialize in ways to optimize my time and use tools on computers and phones efficiently.

You can follow my writing at https://authory.com/TomSeest and ask me questions there.

I thank you for your time and attention, and I hope that you can leverage this technique to be more efficient in your work.
This photo was taken by PNW Production and is available on Pexels at https://www.pexels.com/photo/a-woman-wearing-hijab-putting-on-an-eye-patch-9219043/.