Increasing Your Blogging Productivity

September 26, 2007 – 2:18 pm

by Darren

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When I say blogging productivity I essentially mean “number of posts”, because that is one metric that always seems to pay off. When you blog you need to try and attract readers, either through the “grapevine” or much more likely through search engines. Search engines are relatively simple beasts, the more you feed them, the more they get to like you. The more posts your archive has, the more spider activity you’ll see and search engine real estate you”ll control.

What ways can we take to be more productive?

Let’s examine some of the ways we can be more productive when we try to blog.

1) Set aside a time for blogging. This may seem obvious, but you need to actually concentrate when you blog. Put away any distractions that might get in your way and get right down to business.

2) Have a goal for your blogging. Set a blogging posting schedule, and stick to it. That’s the only way to consistently raise revenues in the end.

3) Find information quickly. Searching for updated information to comment on can be a slow process. You need to use whatever tools are available to you to semi-automate the task as much as possible.

4) Stick with the basis. Sure, it’s fine to experiment, but stick with the basic principles that help you get the work done. You can refine your technique as time goes on.

5) Always look for new ideas for increasing your productivity. Be open to any information you can get concerning furthering your cause. It helps you in the long run.

All in all, I’m sure almost anyone can increase their blogging productivity. It depends on the market to an extent, but mainly a blog’s success depends on the drive of the blogger.

What other ways can you think of to increase your blogging productivity?

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