We have talked about many ideas on a beginners blog over the last several months. Today I want to encourage you to start blogging regularly. Set yourself a pace that you can maintain and stick to it.
Not everyone wants to blog everyday, shoot I don’t want to post on the same blog every single day. However, I do have a schedule that I follow about as religiously as is humanly possible. Make yourself a plan and start blogging to that plan.
Perhaps you want to post to your beginners blog just one time per week. That is a very reasonable schedule and one that should be easy to follow. Pick a day (any day) and make that the day that you will post to your blog. I am of the opinion that it really doesn’t matter which day of the week you pick. Your regular readers will start to look for the email showing that you have posted and others will find you when they do a search for the topic that you wrote about. Those searchers won’t give a hoot what day it was posted on…to them it is new. On my Native blog, one of the most popular posts that is found in the search engines is one that I wrote about 3 years ago. So, it really doesn’t matter whether I wrote that post on a Sunday or a Wednesday, people are still looking for the meaning of the plant totem it is about.
Currently I am writing four blog posts a week. One post for four different blogs. I have my little schedule setting next to my computer and do them in order. The wonderful thing about blogging is that just about any platform that you use allows you to schedule your post for whatever day you wish. Sometimes I get on a roll with a series of posts and will write several of them at a time and then schedule them for a week apart. My point is that I am blogging regularly and it is paying off, both in readership and in making money.
If you do not set out with a distinct plan for your posting, it will be too easy to neglect it. As a beginner blogger you will find that it is easier to stick with it and have time to research your posts if there is a schedule to follow. What are you waiting for? Get those notes ready and start blogging regularly.