Do you have a blog? I’ve had a blog for a while now. I used to be real consistent and then I got busy and missed a day or two and then a week or two, and then a month.
It is hard to be consistent when you travel, are meeting clients, attending conventions and doing all the things that entrepreneurs do. I’m back on track now and posting at least once a week. Usually two or three times per week.
I like sharing information with you. I’m being much more strategic with my blog. I want it to be above average and that takes work. I recently read a post about blogging, those of you who have a blog or website would likely enjoy.
Below is one of my favorite quotes from the post: How to Become a Better Blogger in 2016 (and Beyond)
“A lack of direction leads to sloppy performance and lackluster results.” – Elvis Michael
Many of us have been in a situation where we’ve thought of a great idea to launch a blog. Some of us have even started that blog only to find that being a great (and known) blogger is tougher than it seems. We have trouble continuing, we struggle with content and consistency.
Elvis Michael offers several tips in his post that may be just what you need to revive your blogging spirits. Some of these tips include:
Find out when he means by these phrases and discover more tips in the article on Blogging Pro. You will come away with a bit different perspective on the importance of your blog.
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