How Did I Survive Without A Blogging Schedule?

October 19, 2007 – 3:43 pm

by Darren

That’s what I’m asking myself today. If you’re planning on having multiple blogs, you have to a blogging schedule. If you don’t, you just won’t end up getting enough blog posts in to matter. And make no mistake about it, blogging is a number’s game, more than many other online sectors. I’m finishing up one month of blogging with a posting schedule, and the effort is already paying off.

Posting on a schedule hopes you grow revenues

The bottom line with blogging is, it’s a business. And if you’re attempting to make a living from blogging, you need a huge archive that gets a ton of visitors. Otherwise you won’t be able to generate enough page views to pay your hosting, let alone your mortgage. If you set a schedule, and then stock with it, you’ll find that your archive will be much bulkier than if you hadn’t.

At the end of 30 days of using a schedule, I find my revenue for blogging is up 39.7%! If it’s possible to maintain this growth rate, then life just got that much more rewarding, or rather, blogging did.

My wife and I posted around 480+ times for the 30 days, right ahead of where we had set the goal. I’m willing to guess that this was probably closed to twice as much then without a schedule.

Plus, the schedule gives you a chance to tweak you blogs and fine tune your revenues. At the end of the 30 days (now) I plan on revising the schedule according to revenues. This should help me stay ahead of the curve and earning for another month.

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