So today I’m testing out the idea of a Article Roundup!
I’ve been getting busier at work lately and I simply refuse to let life get in the way this time. It’s time to go on the offensive on writing rather than defensive. It may be a good idea to create a blog schedule. Or one that works around my work schedule at least.
The links posted here revolve around the topic of Blog Scheduling, from benefits of creating a schedule to free templates for you to use.
A short but simple post from CC Marketing about what to consider when creating a Post Schedule. Also includes a summarized results of research done to optimize post timing. For example: The best time to post would be between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m.
An idea list of how to get into the habit of scheduling posts. Tiffany also has a photo tutorial in how to have schedule a post for Blogger users.
A great article on the 5 parts that help you create you own blog schedule. I really like that he talked about how your own goals are important.
This article provides an honest, self-evaluating view on a blog schedule. Although, I really do recommend this site for editing and writing advice.
Another article that has free printables. Explains the upsides the use of theme days
Another great all around site. This article takes the first steps into scheduling from a Marketing professional. She also includes advice from other experts, and different ways to create a blog schedule. And you know, free printables.
I honestly think that their downloadable checklist is a must have. It is a daily to do list for advertising your blog. I really didn’t think about tweeting links to my post more than once (when it’s posted). The printable is available for download and printing.
And there you have it! My very first roundup! How do you think I did? Do you do roundups on your blog? Can you add your favorite articles to this post?
I would love to hear from you in the comments. For now I’m going to work on my own blog schedule.
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