Category Archives: Blogging

Planning; How To Do It Right To Get Things Done

I started the year talking about the concept of planning on my YouTube channel. In April I talked about it again, but in more specifics. If you’re interested, check this out:


https://youtu.be/I4VVdAt1zo8

I talk about planning often with certain friends, but I don’t get deep into it. It turns out that the concept of planning is more fluid than one could imagine. That’s what I’m going to talk about today.
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7 More Blogging Lessons From The Past

In December I celebrated my 14th year of blogging on this site; yay me! lol With that said, something I haven’t mentioned often on articles that I decide to use as a repurposed article is that one of the reason I repurpose them is because I have a date limit for how long people can leave comments on them. When that date is passed, even if I wrote something where I think I left some good ideas for visitors, visitors who might want to comment or ask questions won’t be able to do so; I don’t think that’s fair to either of us.

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This particular article was published on my 7th anniversary of blogging. I think it offered some good tips that I can flesh out a bit more here and there, but otherwise it’s not bad.
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You’re Not Promoting Your Blog Or Yourself Properly

I try to be helpful; I really do. Back in 2018 I wrote an article titled 22 Things You Need To Do To Help Promote Your Blog Or Business On Social Media. Was it long? Yes; yes it was. The idea was to be comprehensive, and for its purpose, it was.

I may not look it, but I am!

Yet… it seems that maybe it wasn’t comprehensive enough. I mean, if I couldn’t get the message through in 3,000 words, what should I have done to get more attention? Actually, the article was pretty popular at the time I released it. Many people said they liked the tips. So, what happened after that?
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Can You Write Too Much?

It used to be my goal to write two posts a week on this blog and on my business blog. For all my other blogs, my goal was to write at least one post a week. I tried to space them out so they weren’t competing against each other when they went live, as I initially promote them all on Twitter.

Jase Curtis via Compfight

Lately I’ve been going after some of the latest recommendations that I see online, both by folks with sites ranked high and sites ranked low. One of the latest recommendations is that, instead of writing more articles, all of us should concentrate on writing one “epic” post a week, something along the lines of 5,000 to 10,000 words. Supposedly, Google likes those posts better, ranks you better, more people will see and share your stuff and you’ll be the latest golden goose to strike it rich.
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6 Answers To Questions From New Bloggers

For all the years I’ve been writing about blogging and for all the articles on this blog that are about blogging (more than 25% are specifically about blogging), I almost never get any email from anyone asking questions that I’ve either covered or not covered. That means everyone who’s online must already know these things… right?

Chris Pirillo

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Maybe not. A few weeks ago I got an email from someone who’s just started blogging, something that still happens on occasion. I’ve done a lot of videos on the subject, which are on my YouTube channel (look over there on the right), but they don’t get a lot of juice over there; that’s why I still blog about blogging… an interesting conundrum, isn’t it?
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