A schedule is simply a timetable of an organized to do list. This is usually set out in tabular form, providing information about a series of arranged events: in particular, the time at which it is planned these events will take place.
Many people set a schedule so that they can keep on a time track and perform tasks on a timeline.
I have come up with a great blogging schedule which allows me to complete a set of blogging task that I regularly do on a day to day basis.
I hope you can learn from my time table and also set out your own so that you can manage your time better and still find time for your blog.
As soon as I get up in the mornings the first thing I do is grab my Apple iPod Touch to check my email. I normally get tons of emails through out the day and at nights. So I read and clear my inbox to make way for new messages.
This is a great way to let your readers know that you care about them by replying to their comments left on your blog posts. I check to make sure that there are no spams, if there are spams I delete them, and then reply to the comments.
I always check on my statistics using Google Analytics to see if the past day has been good or bad. I will then brainstorm and see what adjustments I can do to to improve my stats.
Check up on my twitter and retweet my blog posts.
I usually take an hour or so to compose a new blog post. I write blog posts, ummm, every 2-3 days. Why I write every 2-3 days is to give my readers time to consume and apply what I have written.
If I’m not busy I would normally go to other blogs, read articles and make comments, visit webmaster forums and see what topics are being discussed so I come up with good blog posts to help the members on that topic.
I would also go on my twitter and my my facebook fan page to do some promotion
I hope my little schedule/timetable has help you to get an idea of how I get my blogging job done.
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