Tips to Encourage Regular Blog Posting

by Richard Lawrence SEO

Writing an article about the importance of regular blogging is something I have wanted to do for some time. After thinking about why I didn't, I came up with the following interesting thought. I hope that by telling you what I do and don't do, I can motivate you to blog more often.


1. Not biting off more than I can chew.


It is better to have one good idea and the time and energy to implement it than 100 good ideas that never see the light of day. I created 12 blogs because I was excited about the possibilities of blogging as a way to express my interests and learn more about this world. Yes, that's exactly what I would have done as a child. I remember trying to open all my Christmas presents at once. I know you liked the excitement, but don't do what I did. Instead, create one blog at a time so you can build up all your work. Focus your energy on one blog and do it really well.


2. Regular posting is more important than high frequency.


This is where I have become very frustrated with my efforts. Regular blog posting helps with SEO and page ranking, a regular writing schedule increases reader loyalty, writing good content is essential to blogging success ...... etc., but we are not doing it. My biggest enemy is trying to do too many things at once (see #1 above). My second enemy is thinking that everything I write must be perfect. Well, life is not perfect, so my blog posts don't have to be perfect either. What is important is to publish quality content on a regular basis. But don't slack off on your work, and make sure your grammar and spelling are up to par.


3. Set a regular writing schedule.


I just finished reading a blog post that suggested the idea of maintaining a regular writing schedule. It is a great idea. However, the urge to write blog posts seems to come at unusual times or inconvenient places. How about setting a specific time of day or day of the week to write? In my case, I wake up an hour early every morning and enjoy my morning coffee while I write. I also set aside a certain time each weekend to write a blog post. What seems important is to set aside time. We will let you know how it goes.


4. Choose a topic for the next day.


Write down any article ideas or topics that come to mind. Fold up a blank 3X5 card and put it in your wallet or pouch and write a few words on it so you can remember your thoughts later; make a folder with the 3X5 cards so you can refer to it when you want to jot something down; make a list of all the ideas you have for the next day and write them down in the folder; and write them down in the folder so you have something to write down. If you do this every time you get a "good idea," the number of blog posts should steadily increase.

We all could use some encouragement, advice, and tips to improve our blogging efforts. I hope that you will find these tips useful and do visit prewritten cannabis blog content.

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About Richard Lawrence Advanced   SEO

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Joined APSense since, March 26th, 2019, From New York Mills, MN 56567, USA, United States.

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