If you’re like me your blog writing probably goes in waves. Some days you’ll write three posts, some days or groups of days you’ll write nothing. It’s called a writers block, and it’s nothing new. One of the biggest keys to good blogging, and good part-time blogging is regular posting.
You need to publish something new all the time. People these days get bored easy. They bounce from television show to television show, activity to activity and most important from blog to blog. You don’t want them to bounce from your blog to the next just because you missed a day of content now do you.
So here’s what you do to keep them staying. When you’re in the blogging mood and you want to write a lot, write a lot. Write all you can and write as many posts as you can. Start as many posts you can and try like hell to finish them all. If you leave the posts unfinished you might not come back to them. So write, link and finish your posts. Then save them to post on your blog another day. You should build enough all at once so you can post everyday.
You be able to build your readership faster and keep them as your readers longer because you post every single day.
Now one of the downfalls to posting a lot all at once and saving your posts to publish for another day is that you may fall behind and have a few days of several posts, and then nothing for a week again. So you need to get into a routine. You need write a lot, then publish, write a lot, then publish then write some more. You can’t let your publishing catch up to your posts.