How to Write Multiple Blog Articles a Week Successfully

With the massive volume of content online as well as the stiff competition that you are undoubtedly facing all over the place, it is extremely important that you generate as much top-quality content every week as possible. Of course, that may be easier said than done. If you are committed to writing three or four times a week, you need to make sure that you don’t burn out.

The importance of consistent, successful blogging

If you are a busy business person, which you probably are, it may not be very easy to find the time to write multiple blog articles each week. First of all, it is certainly not always easy to come up with fresh, exciting topics a few times a week. Okay, once you have gotten over that obstacle, the next challenge that you face is the actual writing of the blog article.

If you are wondering what the necessity is to post multiple blogs a week, there is a simple answer to that. It is to increase your website traffic and to be presented with the opportunity to establish new relationships. Content, as a commodity, is incredibly valuable and without it, your business would not exist.

However, one thing that you need to understand is that you probably will not see positive results from your blog-writing efforts immediately. It takes time (on average, 3-6 months is not uncommon) to start to reap the rewards from your blog-writing efforts. However, you will start to realize quickly that it is well worth the wait.

Establish objectives

Every business, no matter what that business does and no matter what that business represents, must have objectives that are met within a certain timeframe. This applies to how many blogs you feel you want to write for your business as well as other objectives that are related to your business. Additionally, this is where a business strategy (which you should have written a long time ago) applies.

It is important to establish a roadmap of sorts so that you can follow it, achieve the milestones (or interim goals) that you have built into that strategy along the way, and eventually successfully achieve the overall objective. In short, it is very important that you can see the objective before you take any steps to achieve that objective. Of course, it will take some serious time and effort before you are able to achieve that objective but if you are patient and methodical, there is no doubt that you will achieve the objectives that you have set for yourself and your business.

Another thing that is important to keep in mind is that the number of weekly blogs is less important that making the commitment and sticking with that commitment. Of course, with that in mind, it is also important to remember that what is being discussed here is writing multiple blogs each week so writing one a week will simply not suffice. It is very important that your priorities are in order and that you work hard on achieving your objectives in a timely manner.

If you are feeling uncomfortable with the writing process, one really good way to conquer that is to make a commitment to writing something every day. It is a really excellent way to prevent writer’s block from happening and your writing skills will never be rusty; they will always be there for you to call up whenever you need them.

In addition to the goal of writing every day, you will probably find it helpful to set an actual deadline for your writing. That is also something that you will want to incorporate into the road map. Another often-successful trick is to write at the same time (more or less) every day. Human beings generally thrive when they have a schedule. There is no reason why you should not give yourself that gift.

Conclusion

Posting multiple blogs each week for your business consistently is often challenging and you certainly don’t want to get into a position in which you feel that you are burning out from the pressure of that sort of writing schedule. On the other hand, writing multiple blogs opens up a world of possibilities for your business. It also gives you to potential to reach many more people.

Writing multiple blogs a week not only helps your target audience by supplying them with a fair amount of top-shelf information but it also helps your reputation and gives others the perception that you are knowledgeable on a broad scale. If you follow the advice that is given here, you will successfully achieve the goal of writing multiple blogs without burning out. Burning out is not an option for you.

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Michael Cohn

Founder and CTO at CompuKol Communications LLC

Michael Cohn is the founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of CompuKol Communications LLC. He has over 25 years of experience in IT and web technologies.

Mr. Cohn founded CompuKol Communications to help small businesses and entrepreneurs increase their exposure and reputation on the Internet. CompuKol consults, creates, and implements communication strategies for small businesses to monopolize their markets with a unique business voice, vision, and visibility.

Prior to that, Mr. Cohn spent a significant amount of time at a major telecommunications company, where his main focus was on initiating and leading synergy efforts across all business units by dramatically improving efficiency, online collaboration, and the company’s Intranet capabilities, which accelerated gains in business productivity. His expertise includes social media marketing strategies; internet marketing; web presence design; business analysis; project management; management of global cross-matrix teams; systems engineering and analysis, architecture, prototyping and integration; technology evaluation and assessment; systems development; performance evaluation; and management of off-shore development.

Mr. Cohn earned a Master’s degree in project management from George Washington University in Washington, DC; and a Master’s degree in computer science and a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, NJ.

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