Using Google Docs for blogging has become enormously popular over the last four or five years. Travel bloggers. B2B content teams at tech startups. Gurus. Consultants. They all use Google Docs.

Drafting a blog inside of Google Docs and then entering it in your CMS (such as WordPress or Webflow) is standard, at least outside of the corporate world and inside the digital marketing startup world.

Standards are great, until they're not.

So before you open up a new Google Doc today, I want you to ask yourself…am I blogging in the most efficient way possible?

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Why you already switched from Word Docs to Google Docs 👋

Most likely you've already made the switch from Word Docs to Google Docs. Just the sight of all these different versions is enough to make your head spin. 😵

I took this picture with travel stuff I had lying around the office with my Pixel XL.
Photographer: Jeremy Dorrough | Source: Unsplash

Most likely you've already made the switch from Word Docs to Google Docs. Just the sight of all these different versions is enough to make your head spin. 😵