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Share Your Blogging Productivity Tips

Posted By Darren Rowse 2nd of September 2007 Miscellaneous Blog Tips 0 Comments

Productivity-Tips-BloggersIn my last post I shared a few of my own blogging productivity tips – but I’m just one of millions of bloggers and I’d love to hear yours!

So lets have some discussion on the topic of productivity.

  • How do you keep your blog ticking over?
  • Do you have any systems or rhythms that you’ve developed that help you make the time that you spend blogging more effective?
  • What tools help you in this?
  • What advice would you give a blogger struggling to keep productive?

I’m looking forward to reading your productivity tips!

Update: I’ve decided that I’m going to make a compilation post next week with some of the best tips suggested in comments below.

About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
  1. 1. I read several (mostly photography) blogs every day, using RSS feed in Thunderbird. It goes very quickly. Sometimes I gain ideas for new articles on my blog.

    2. I also use a Moleskine notebook (small and large versions) where I write down ideas for articles, photoshoots and lightning setups (on location and studio).

    3. During the week I write down which pictures I can show on my blog that same week. Mostly I try to post these pictures into a series of different posts, also something I learned from ProBlogger.

    4. In my blog admin screen I save several drafts with some quick notes and ideas how to work out that particular article.

  2. First, Beginning I’m blogging, I post everyday but after your 31 project I write articles in 3 days for a week so each day I just click to publish my post.
    Second, for become pro blogger I just only read this blog but my blog is not focus blog. Can I continue with currently blog ?
    Third, I active on forums cause make me socialize and can make me open with their opinion about something and also for my theme

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