Here are three ideas for faster, more consistent blogging. You can apply these tips today if you a) own a blog, b) want to keep publishing, and c) read other blogs:
#1 – Write lists: Write a list like this one. Short, three-point, effective. Share the most useful information with your audience that you know they could use.
#2 – Use Comments: Next time before publishing your comment on a favorite blog, turn your comment into a new blog post.
#3 – Topic Commentary: Grab a cool image, quote or infographic from a site you frequent and write about a few of the facts mentioned in the graphic, or the thoughts you have about the quote.
Realities of blogging daily or weekly
We hope you enjoyed these three fast, consistent blogging ideas that you could apply to produce content more frequently.
While it may be difficult for most people with day jobs to find the time to keep a blog regularly, there are ways to make blogging more flexible to these limitations.
Some people use a content calendar and schedule posts whenever they have a chunk of time – that way they have a week full of posts and they can sit back and gaze over their work as it goes live over the course of a week.
But you can also write shorter posts, providing a concise, meaningful post for your readers.
- Shorter posts: If you have less than 1 hour to work on your blog daily, shorter posts may be a good option
- Focus on a single topic and stay focused
- Later on you can combine your shorter posts into a lengthier, more in-depth exploration of a topic
Take more time before publishing
If you are interested in increasing the quality of your blogging, delay publishing your posts for a day or two, then gather any additional resources like links and images and add them to your post.
Finally, share the post with people on the web. We will discuss how to share at a later date.