If you are still new at blogging, fear comes to mind. While you may have many great blog ideas, it can still be a little intimidating to put yourself out there. At first you may use many excuses to hold back your blogs, dragging them along.
Eventually your confidence will grow and writing your blogs will become easier.
Finding the right time to write is often another issue of dragging blogs. If you post later more often than now, you are not being consistent. I believe there are no set rules on how often you should blog but it is suggested that posting blogs more often and on a regular basis is better for your blog format and often more interesting for your readers.
Blogs can be challenging at times but can also be humorous and fun to do. They have become an important component of a business, especially the Work at Home business. You may have a site, but including blogs will help keep your customers better informed.
I've been blogging for several years now and I have to admit that my blogging consistency has never been one of my strong suits. In the past I've often let busy work distract me and now my new author hat has become my newest distraction.
Blogging for me has been and still is a great writing learning tool.
How many blogs you put out each month should really be at your discretion and within your writing time allowed.
Just remember, the most important part of your blogs, long or short, is to give your readers the best content you can.
It is also suggested, that you should write when you are at your most productive time of the day. For some of us this can be first thing in the morning while for others it could be in the afternoon or even in the evening. You alone will know when it's your "Magic Time", that moment when you can sit quietly and just write, letting the words flow without interruptions.
Use this time to possibly write several more blogs for later posts or brainstorm new blog ideas.
Allowing yourself this special time to write will help you become more consistent and more skillful in your writing.
Practicing and doing are all part of learning!
For more blogging and writing tips, check out these 3 resources:
How to Write Great Blog Posts that Engage Readers (Better Blog Booklets Book 1)
My Blog Traffic Sucks! 8 Simple Steps to Get 100,000 Blog Visitors without Working 8 Days a Week
Writing Habit Mastery - How to Write 2,000 Words a Day and Forever Cure Writer's Block
I welcome any questions, sharing or comments you may have.
By Danielle Manibog
"The desire to write grows with writing"~ Desiderius Erasmus
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