Finding the time, producing catchy blog titles, interesting content to keep the readers hooked and finding the motivation to put your thoughts and ideas into words everyday can be extremely hard and exhausting but, it is not impossible at all. Even if on one magical day you find yourself having the time, a great and the motivation to right, something very important suddenly pops up. Just follow these five easy tips and you will find yourself blogging every day without slacking.
The best way to deal with idea blocks and the infamous creativity block is to take complete advantage of the days when you are inspired and the ideas and creativity is oozing out of you. All you must do is, on the days you are feeling creative, take a notepad and list down all the ideas on your notepad and keep adding tips and pointers about the type of content you want to put in those posts. Furthermore, decide the word limit for each post, such as, you don’t want your posts to exceed 600 or 700 words. Make a rough draft of each post so, when you sit down to write, you already know what the post is going to be about and what directions will it take. For starters, you can try getting your own blog planner like the one below.
Schedule your posts:
Being a daily blogger is not easy at all. You have other personal and work commitments which could hinder the quality of your content if you force yourself to write each, even on the days when you just do not feel like it. To fix that up, you must write the posts in advance on the days you have the time, motivation and energy and post them on their scheduled date. Most blogging sites like WordPress have provided their users to set up a date for their post and it will automatically get published on your desired date without you having to do anything.
Write like you talk:
To make daily blogging interesting and quick you must write as if you are talking or explaining something to your readers. For that, you need to have a good command on the topic you’re writing about so, make sure to do a good research before you start the writing/talking process.
Write what you want:
If you are blogging just for the views, likes and shares then you won’t be able to be a daily blogger at all. Instead of choosing the most viewed topics, choose the topics that interest you. When write what you want, you will find yourself wanting to blog more often and you will also be able to get done with the writing process a lot faster.
Post something different:
Not every post has to be 700 words longs, you can also choose to post a quote, a poem, or a small recipe or how to DIY. It is your blog anyway. So, on days you don’t have a lot of time, you can choose to post something small and quick. Sometimes, I relate to real-life experiences such as when finding ways to have a great weekend, or going through a break-up.
I really should stick to my tips :p. In any case, stay connected by checking my other content here: /