Three tips to ensure Regular Blog Posts

You’ve already done all the work to set up a blog – either personal or business – and you’ve been religiously adding posts to your blog on a regular schedule. Then, one day you run into a problem. You find you just can’t set aside enough time each day to write blog posts. Even worse, you may find that writing for your blog every day, even if possible, results in a sort of writer’s block.

This is the most common reason most blogs fail – the owner runs into the writer’s block brick wall and just doesn’t post regularly enough. First they post daily, then a few times a week, then once a month, then… they stop completely. And the blog dies…

When you set up a blog you should decide up front how often you are going to add new posts to your blog, and then commit yourself to sticking rigidly to that schedule. Here are a few methods for making sure you can keep your blog current: Continue reading “Three tips to ensure Regular Blog Posts”

How to make Blogging easy on Yourself

While thinking up my weekly topic, I’m listening to “Make it Easy on Yourself,” sung super smoothly by Jerry Butler, (aka The Iceman). Burt Bacharach’s songs are not only beautiful, they’re thought-provoking.

Catherine Weber of Impression Thoughts Media estimates as high as 95% of blogs fail. One reason? Many of us make it more difficult than it should be. Here’s how to avoid that.

Think It Through

Sometimes I wish I could walk around with a hovering caption that reads, “Don’t interrupt me, I’m thinking!” Whether you write daily or need one 3,000 word English paper, begin by simply thinking about it. Continue reading “How to make Blogging easy on Yourself”