Capture Your Writing Ideas: How to Never Lose Track of Blog and Book Ideas

Rebecca Livermore, Blogger, Author, Content Manager

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10 Videos (24m)
    • Writer Idea Capture System Intro

    • Analog vs Digital

    • Analog Tools Part 1

    • Analog Tools Part 2

    • Analog Tools Part 3

    • Digital Tools Part 1

    • Digital Tools Part 2

    • Digital Tools Part 3

    • Choose 1 or 2 Tools

    • Your Project


About This Class


Many writers, whether authors or bloggers have an abundance of ideas. For some of you, the problem isn't coming up with ideas, but rather keeping track of all of your great ideas. 

In this class I get into how to set up your writing idea capture system. In it I cover the following:

Analog vs. Digital Tools – I cover the pros and cons of both analog and digital tools for your idea capture system.

Top Analog and Digital Tools – I share with you some of my favorite analog and digital tools for capturing writing ideas.

How to Create Your Own System – I also get into how to set up your own personalized system that works for you.

If you want a great way to keep track of all of your amazing ideas, this class is for you!

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All of the ideas in the world do you no good if you don't sit down and write. But many bloggers find it difficult to blog consistently. That's why I create the course, 5 Secrets to Developing the Blogging Habit. If you haven't already taken the course, I recommend it as good supplemental information for this course. Be sure to check it out here:

38 of 40 students recommendSee All

This class has a lot of good ideas both for analogue and digital storing of ideas for your blog/s. The only thing that I would suggest is to listen to 1 or 2 sections of her ideas, at a time, then go and try them. I say this because each segment is so packed with info that I think that one would need to test them out individually so as to find out what works for you.
I'm so thankful that Rebecca created this course. I've been stalling on writing for my blog because I didn't have a consistent and simple way to store all of my ideas. I was overwhelmed with all of the potential posts, and a simple Word document wasn't cutting it anymore. Rebecca recommended multiple options for storing writing ideas and discussed the pros and cons of each. I'm happy to say that I used a suggested program and brain-dumped 40 blog ideas that have been weighing my brain down into the program for safe storing until I can dedicate my attention to them. Now I just need to come up with a writing plan and attack each idea! I highly recommend this course to anyone who needs some ideas for ways to keep track of writing ideas.
This was a very helpful class with a lot of great tips and ideas. I already use OneNote for pretty much "everything" in my life, but I didn't realize how useful dock to desktop could be. I think the tip for creating a private Pinterest board is an excellent idea, as well!





Rebecca Livermore

Blogger, Author, Content Manager

Rebecca Livermore is a bestselling author, blogger, and the owner of Professional Content Creation, a company focused on helping business owners use content to market their businesses. She has worked as a freelance writer since 1993 and has served as a content manager for top bloggers such as Michael Hyatt, Amy Porterfield, and Marcus Sheridan.

Her passion is helping others create content more strategically so that they get the results they desire through their content marketi...

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