Written by Tracy Smith
Have you ever spent time typing an article or blog post only to have something go wrong and lose the information? Nothing can be more disappointing then having a good content and having to start over. Losing the content could happen to any one, but it doesnâ€™t have to. Here are some sure fire ways to never lose the content you are working on.
Type your content into Word or Notepad.
Using Word has countless of advantage and would be my first choice because the spell checker is very easy to use. Word will underline typos as you go so you can quickly catch and fix mistakes.
Save your content often as you type. Remember anything could happen from a computer glitch to the power going out. Saving your content will less the amount of information that could get loss.
Copy your article. Go up to Edit, Select All (CTRL A). Go to Edit, Copy (CTRL C ).
Open your online destination. Right click, paste (CTRL V).
Now if something should go wrong, all your information will be safely save to your computer.
Save your content to Google Docs. You can simply upload the content and save the space on your hard drive.