How to never stop Blogging

How to never stop Blogging

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The title of this blog post is about how to help you from slacking off from the blogging routine, but the principles that I am going to state here can be applied to a multitude of tasks that we need to regularly carryout in order that we can be a success in our business.

Why am I blogging about this? Well, after we have been blogging for a while and we starting to reap the rewards of increased traffic, sales and recognition.  It’s easy to forget how it was in the beginning, it’s easy to forget how difficult it was to build up the momentum and only to lose it all and have to start all over again when we stop blogging for a month or two.

The same goes for sending out regular newsletters, sending out emails to our subscribers, doing videos and articles, interacting on twitter and facebook, responding to messages the list goes on.

So what can we do to make sure this never happens?

  1. Don’t over commit – When striving for success and an abundant life of everything we desire, it is easy to bite of more than we can chew.  This is especially true for those building a home based business while still working that 9 to 5.  My biggest piece of advice is to work out what you want to concentrate on, get good at it and then either get quicker, get automated or outsource.  Don’t spread yourself too thinly, it’s better to excel in one area than have a little bit of knowledge in lots.

2.  Build a blogging schedule – Be realistic and decide how you can be as productive as possible with the time that you have.  You are going to have to find a time when you can research, write, type up and edit your post. Decide when a good time to write is? In the beginning, a blog post can take a few hours but over time, ideas will flow and you will be able to write a blog post in next to no time at all.

If you don’t think you have the will power to commit regularly to writing a blog post. Why not shut yourself away for a day and write as many blog posts as possible.  Every December I attempt to write 52 original blog posts, so that I always have a blog post for each week of the year.

3. Have an accountability Partner – After you have done some general networking online, you will no doubt find other bloggers in similar niches who are trying to achieve the same thing as you.  Why not approach someone you resonate with and ask them if they will be your accountability partner.  This way, you will have someone to report to every week and who you can bounce ideas off.  A great place to find bloggers willing to help each other out is within the TSA Mastery.

  1. Something to Blog About – One of the biggest stumbling blocks that Bloggers have, is not knowing what to blog about.  When you have been in the blogging game long enough, you will find ideas flowing out of you.  But once in a while we all need a little help with the writer’s block.
  • Read other blogs
  • Set up Google Alerts for your Niche
  • Use, Stuff to Tweet, Mashable
  • Ask your readers what they want.

So now you don’t have any excuses not to blog, let me know what methods you use to make sure that you don’t give up on the blogging game.

Yours in Success,

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10 Responses to “How to never stop Blogging”

  1. Teresa Ivory Says:

    Powerful, Beth! In just these few paragraphs you’ve hit on huge points that move any of us toward greater success. It’s great to see “accountability partner” listed. That one is an essential but often missed success tool.


  2. Debra Says:

    Beth, having written for years now, I find myself in a flow of posting stories from my manuscripts in addition to creating new essays.
    So my well is never dry:)
    I publish weekly, and that works great for me, as it is a realistic goal.
    Being a writer who blogs, I find your advice well worth reading.


  3. Dwayne Huggins from How To Make Money Blogging Says:

    Hey Beth

    Another great place to get blogging ideas is from other peoples comments on your own blog or blogs.

    If the content is a hot topic and people are asking similar questions, you now have a hot blog post in waiting.

    Great post

    Chat soon
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  4. Val Wilcox Says:

    Great ideas Beth,
    If blogging is an integral part of your online business, being consistent is definitely key. Being sporadic speaks of a person who does not really want to connect with their readers.

    An accountability partner may be the answer for those who waffle. Good point. Being part of a syndication group is a great way to build relationships, create traffic and have an accountability to complete your commitments.

    Thanks for the ideas,
    Val :)
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  5. Karin from social bookmarking Says:

    I agree with you completely. Very sound advice. Try not to wait until the very last minute to write your next post. This puts a lot of pressure on you, which makes it even harder to come up with good posts. I don’t go out quite as far as you do, because too much changes over the course of a year to allow for that. However, your point is well taken and you should always be ahead of the game.
    I like to surf the net. By doing so, I always come up with multiple topics to write about. I try to write several posts in one sitting. So, I do pretty much as you describe in your post.
    Karin@social bookmarking´s last blog ..I know I need to use Twitter- but…My ComLuv Profile


  6. Sherman Smith Says:

    Hey Beth,
    I sometimes run out of ideas myself even though I’ve been blogging for a year. When that happens, I refer to one of the personal development books I’ve read, read blogs, or if I’m not sure about a particular strategy I do some research about it. Thanks for sharing this incredible blog post. It really helps a lot!
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  7. Christine Casey Says:

    Hi Beth,

    Some excellent suggestions you’ve shared. I admire your commitment to write 52 posts each December…wow! Besides finding something to write about, I find the next most challenging task is to keep on track and write posts on a regular basis. Having found more of my niche has definitely helped me with focus and better able to tackle those two things. :-)

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  8. Richard Goutal Says:

    Appreciate your encouragement and ideas, as well as they thoughts of those who have already commented. You mentioned (and several others too) the value of an accountability partner. I am very interested in finding others who have done this and interviewing them for either a book or webinar - a kind of joint venture. Another area that interests me is to locate blogs that are jointly written by two or more others (not husband/wife, etc). Beth -and others stopping by — please contact me if you are willing to share those types of experiences.

    Another type of accountability might be participation in a “challenge” - like write a post a day for 50 days… or some such thing. I have not done that but would like to do so… however, I am not up for a post a day! If anyone wants to issue a 2x or even 3x a week challenge, that would really up my game! It might sound wimpy to some, but it would be just right for me. My average has been 3-4 posts a month. Anyone?
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  9. Karen Marrow Says:


    This is great information you are sharing here! I especially like the idea of an accountability partner and the ideas you give to keep new ideas coming about what to blog about.

    Wishing you a great 2011!!!

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  10. Salome Says:

    Thank you Beth, for sharing this excellent post! Points and encouragement noted.
    Be blessed,


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