ended up going for weeks without posting. Time flies when you’re having fun,
right? Then my followers and traffic started to drop, so I lost motivation and
then it becomes a vicious circle of what is the point of posting as nobody will
read, but unless you put content on your blog, nobody will read.
continuity. I like knowing when I can read new posts on my favourite blogs. It
kind of makes sense then that I do the same.
# It maybe that you want a set theme e.g. I used to do Food Friday, so I needed
my food posts to be published on Friday.
your own personal life planning organising everything, including your blog simplifies things. You can think blogging,
right I need to have posts up on Tuesday and Saturday, etc. and plan the time
to write the posts.
night when you are getting organised for the week and your posts are written.
Just schedule the posts for the set days and hit publish. Voila on the day,
there is your post. Also make use of scheduling on social media, e.g hootsuit to publish Twitter updates.
it wrote down and keep in your drafts. If you make a list of all the posts that
are ready to publish, you can call on these back ups during busy periods when
you don’t have time to write, or if you’re lacking inspiration for that days
burning urge to write and post something you really want to share NOW? I’m sure
nobody will really wouldn’t mind an extra post, but if it means you won’t
publish later in the week, is it essential to post now.
Saturday at 1pm GMT/BST.
- Tuesdays will be more review style posts – Make up, Products, Books, etc.
- Saturdays will be more Lifestyle posts – Relationships, Health, Wellbeing, Food, etc.
I will post my end of month review Love Life Eat on the last
Friday of every month, just so it doesn’t get mixed up in everything. So, I hope you will join me then 🙂
For some people, I know that set days just don’t work. How about you? Do you have a blog schedule? Does it work for you?