Create cohesive content
You don’t have to write about a single topic but you don’t want your posst to feel like they belong to 5 different blogs.
It could be daily, weekly or monthly posts. Find a schdule that works for you and then stick to it.
Find your audience
You might use Twitter, Instagram, Tik Tok, word of mouth, LinkedIn or an event. You don’t need to spend endless hours marketing yourself but it is useful to have some idea of where to find the people your content is being made for.
Keep things simple
Make creating a blog post from start to finish as easy as possible, this could be through having content planning days, keeping a week or month ahead of schedule or having a blog post creation checklist so you always know exactly what you need to do.
This has nothing to do with sharing personal details of your life but instead it’s about not trying to hard to do something that doesn’t feel natural. Blogging is so much more enjoyable when you allow yourself to just be whether that is wrting about social media, reviewing designer purchases or documenting your journey to becoming a more mindful consumer.
Sister post to 5 reasons your blog might not be going as well as you’d hoped.