Becoming a better blogger
Often the hardest part of running a blog is being able to keep it full of fresh content, taking a quick look at the archives for this blog will show you I definitely fall into that category. I’ll have bursts now and then, but have a lot to learn when it comes to full time blogging.
Enter Paul Boag.
Paul recently did a guest post (as he does) for Webdesigner Depot which caught my eye, and I’m definitely going to be putting some of this into practice. I was glad to see him recommend Evernote to help with the planning process since I already use this app for keeping ideas (which I’ve posted about in the past)
Whether you are a web design freelancer trying to win new work, an entrepreneur promoting your web app, or a corporate drone looking to enhance your career, you will need a blog. In fact the personal blog has almost become a requirement for any web professional.
The problem is, they are a pain to keep up. Sure we all start off well. We launch our blog with one or two posts in mind. However, we quickly give up and the site is left to stagnate.
The problem is twofold: One, we run out of material worth writing about. Two, writing posts is a painful process.
What then, should we do? We know that posting a few times a year really isn’t worthwhile and yet we struggle to do anything more.
Fortunately it doesn’t need to be this way. Blogging can flow easily if you can just start and maintain your stride. Let me show you how.
Head on over to Webdesigner Depot to read the full article here: How to become a prolific blogger