Eight Tips For Sustainable Blogging

The Daily Post

I’m going to take a wild guess and say that if you are reading this, you’re interested in blogging, not just today, but for the long haul. Maybe you’re thinking about starting a blog. Or maybe you already have one and are wondering, I started this site, now what? I’m pretty sure I can post this week, but what about next week, and the week after?

Alec Nevala-Lee publishes five hundred words per day, and has done so for more than five years. He shares his approach in this Discover interview with editor Cheri Lucas Rowlands.

We’ve got you covered. Here are eight ways long-term bloggers sustain their blogs not only through the first few weeks, but through the years.

1. Blog like nobody is watching.

Have you heard the expression “Dance like nobody’s watching”? It’s always been a favorite quote of mine, especially when I’m on a dance floor…

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About Lance Greenfield

Blog: lancegreenfield.wordpress.com email: lancegmitchell@outlook.com I published my debut novel in December 2014: Eleven Miles. My second novel went live in February 2016: Knitting Can Walk!
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2 Responses to Eight Tips For Sustainable Blogging

  1. scskillman says:

    This is all good advice, and there will be tips in his list which will be just right for different people. Personally I blog once a week, on the same day (Tuesday) and I always write a thoughtful or inspirational or book promotion article. I save drafts, and I always come back to edit the draft and post it. I’m not quite sure of the value of posting every day – I would have thought it was counter-productive. But I’d welcome comments from those who could tell me what the benefit of that would be.

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  2. Really helpful – thanks for sharing! I’ve recently launched a sustainable lifestyle blog called Sustainably Simple: http://www.sustainablysimple.co.uk

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