Keep Blogging on track

The creative cycles is something that is different for just about everyone. Some people have long period’s where their creative juices flow and it is easy to write. While others (like me) have short bursts where idea’s come easily and writing something new every day is no problem, then have periods where writing is not so easy.

With blogging however your creative cycle is of little consequence, the primary fact is that while blogging is something that you can do when or however you like, if you want to keep a group of regular visitors, then you really need to provide regular updates. Almost always you will find that from time to time you are going to be flat out of idea’s on just what to write about. Which i discussed a way to avoid the no idea situation in my last post about keeping an ideas journal.

There is another way that you can avoid having no idea’s or even worse having idea’s but not being able to put together a decent post to go with the idea. This is to keep a few back-up posts on hand. There is always going to be time that you are much more in the mind frame to write, and some of these times it can be easy for you to write 2 or 3 articles back to back without much problems. When you do have these times, keep those articles ready for just the time that you are short on ideas and you will have something to post.

Another path that you can go down depending on just how you structure your blog is to find someone that can write some posts in your place. Often you will need to pay for a batch of posts, maybe 20-30 at a time, but it can give you a nice buffer of posts. Additionally if you find that your own writing is not so good, it can provide you with a good ongoing source of posts with out the need to speed to much time writing them yourself.

If all else fails though just keep on persevering and while you may be a little haphazard with your post schedule now, the more writing you do for your blog the easier it is likely to get.

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