Today, I find myself with the reality feared by many serious bloggers! My seemingly unbreakable Internet provider is down. I see this as a blessing in disguise: because it will force me to write several blog posts today. Seemingly this will be batching my post together; and making me more productive. I am not distracted by Skype, MSN, e-mail, twitter, social bookmarking sites, and all the other tools that I use online for my blog to be successful.
I have read posts on similar topics. By a more professional blogger than me, he said something to the effect of his blog posts flowed seemingly together in an unplanned series because he was not side tracked by the online environment. It will also allow me to plan. Planning can not only improve the quality of your content; but it can help you get ahead of your posting schedule.
Planning Makes Perfect
When I first started this adventure into blogging, I thought I had to be super woman. I thought that in order to become known to search engines, and build a fan base I had to post every day sometimes several times.
Sure in the beginning this may have been true to some degree. I have noticed since I have backed off my numbers of returning visitors have increased.
Writing for the People and Not the Search Engines
I am from the school of thought that blogging is a very human experience. I see search engines as a map leading people to a given place; of course I hope their chosen destination would be this site. Tags and categories: help to focus the search engines in directing you to the proper place.
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