Blogging, just like any other endeavor, requires uniquely natural and/or cultivated traits. This is more so if one wants to be consistent and more importantly, successful.
One of the major aspects when it comes to such is productivity. 5 Productivity Tips For BloggersThere are many ways to increase or maintain productivity, but here are some major ones:

Create a to-do list

One of the biggest impediments to productivity is a lack of incoherence in what needs to be done and what can be done. Mostly you will have plenty of activities lined up but narrowing them to which are the most important and which are the least important helps one minimize procrastination and puts one on a line of action. So making a schedule on what to write about and what to do helps in coming up with good blogs as time is well apportioned for.

Stick to what is at hand

While social media has gone a long way in improving how people interact, nowhere are they more required than when you need all your energy and focus into creating something. Twitter, face book, yahoo, hi5, etc, all have an option for receiving instant messages and one might find themselves drifting from blogging to chatting. Thus beforehand it is always good to turn them off when writing and save yourself the compulsion to multi task which hinders productivity. Concentrate on blogging and avoid temptations to surf the net unnecessarily.

Apply the Ants analogy

Ants, as small as they are, have an interesting habit; they are very productive. It won’t be every day that you will wake up feeling like giving a 200% performance out there. But while the zeal is there, it’s good to use it up in the short-term for long-term returns. In other words, blog as much as you can when possible in order to come up with something you can just fall back on when things are not feeling too much on the up-side.

Your feeds

One persistent dilemma for bloggers is to find the right balance when it comes to feed subscription. While ignoring feeds is not good due to learning new ideas and generally being informed, it’s unwise to spend too much time reading feeds and ignoring your own writing. So striking the perfect balance is critical to enhanced productivity


One can be overwhelmed by all that needs to be done especially if it’s all important. Thus, it is advisable to outsource some work to avoid producing substandard work which would eventually tarnish ones name.

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