Keeping Up With Content For Your Blog

This is such a great post! Awesome tips!

Joyful Living | Creative Calling

Hiya. Today, on the menu we’ve got a short video with encouragement and tipson how to create content consistently for your blog.

It’s one thing to start and launch a blog and a whole other thing to keep it consistent – keep content flowing and then beyond mapping, writing, and publishing that content, to take it a step further by promoting that content in a way that connects and resonates with your readers and aligns with your message and character.

A blog is a space that is invitational. A journal in a box under your bed – isn’t.

Let’s get to that video: it’s a quick 2:50 watch and you might wanna jot down some key points down as a reminder.

Keeping Up With Content For Your Blog

Whether your blog looks like a journal or an extension of your business, or it’s serving as a community

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11 thoughts on “Keeping Up With Content For Your Blog

      1. Thank you very much; I can certainly see my blog growing which is really amazing 😊 I schedule and stay on top of putting out content, but where more is needed I would struggle!

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  1. While my scheduling is upset by recent changes in my wife’s needs–and mine–Content is relatively easy for me…with lots of help from my readers/followers! I just need to remember that my humble attempts at poetry goes along with it! 🙂

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    1. That is so good to hear! A lot of bloggers have a problem with consistency but poetry is great because I feel like poets always have something to say and we ended up writing it all down which is perfect for blogging!

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    1. Sorry about that but I have a page where you can share your blog that may help bring traffichttps://lifesfinewhine.wordpress.com/2016/11/17/share-and-promote-your-blog-here/

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