Tips to Prevent Blogging Burnout

by RobSake on May 24, 2013

Blogging is one of the most effective ways to make money online but there are times that you can run out of topics or resources to discuss in your blog. Although blogging can be a powerful way to connect with your audience and promote your site, but making articles is actually a hard work. It takes time to research the subjects that you think will appeal to your audience.

There are times that you started strong with your blogging endeavor and you can develop well-written posts and promote them appropriately day after day. Blogging can also lead to burnout which will surely derails even with your most enthusiastic efforts.

Bloggin Burnout

In order for your site to prevent you from blogging burnout, you must take seriously the following tips and make it as your inspiration for another day as a blogger.

Tip # 1: Assess your available resources in real time:

You have to realistically assess your available resources as a blogger, keep an honest look at the resources you have, especially your available time and skills needed to keep your blog fresh.

Make use and carefully assess your available time particularly when you are blogging solo, providing good content is not an easy job, it takes time to research subjects thoroughly and draft high quality articles. Also make a publishing calendar of your own, with this strategy you can realistically dedicate to your blogging project.

Don’t try to overestimate your available time and resources, just be realistic.

Tip # 2: Set up a Publishing Calendar for you Blog:

After you have already discovered the types of resources you’re working with, take time to set up a publishing calendar for your blog. Setting up a defined publishing calendar is one way to provide the necessary structure and prevent you from blogging burnout.

Be more specific in your blogging calendar. You should determine: how frequently you publish new post and what topics you’re going to cover. For best results, work ahead at least two months before making your blog live. Most popular blogging platforms allow you to pre-load and pre-schedule posts that will go live in the future, take advantage of this functionality.

Tip # 3: Outsource Blogging Tasks When Possible:

If you have already gone through the first two tips given above and you determined that, unfortunately, there’s no way you’ll be able to free up the time and resources needed to maintain the blog presence that you are initially envisioned. Don’t worry, and don’t let this things stop you from taking advantage of all the different benefits of blogging.

All you have to do, is to consider outsourcing all or part of your blogging project. Here’s some examples:

  • Hire a digital a digital marketing agency to outsource the content creation process entirely. 
  • Work with freelance writer you will provide you with drafts for future posts.
  • Brin on an assistant, who can upload, schedule and promote the posts that you writer yourself.

The Tips #3 involved some monetary expenses, but if you decide to go this route, just keep in mind the following. First, choose any outsourced worker carefully. Second, Find the right fit before committing to a contract. Third, Keep in mind that outsourcing doesn’t have to be an “all or nothing” proposition.

The above mentioned tips are proven by some of the world’s most popular bloggers but we encourage our readers to do your own research because, in blogging there’s a lot of niches that works well compared to the other. Make sure that in following the tips you must also take the risks of losing especially in working outsourcing.

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Satish Kumar May 25, 2013 at 1:42 am

thank you Rob. very good info

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