One of the biggest challenges bloggers face is creating content on a regular basis. In fact, an inability to create content regularly is probably the biggest reason why most blogs fail. Creating content regularly is very difficult, even for seasoned bloggers. I’ve been blogging ever since 2005, and I still struggle with creating content regularly.
So in February of 2015, Helen started her blog, Anchored Scraps. Her blog is all about encouraging letter writing, old-style correspondence. She uses technology to connect with other kindred letter writing enthusiasts. On Tuesday, she will hit an incredible milestone: She will have published a daily blog post for 1,000 straight days! Writing 1,000 blog posts is a fantastic accomplishment for any blogger, but to do so daily for almost 3 years is incredible. Helen is a longtime participant in #Blogchat, so I invited her to share her advice on how to write a blog post for 1,000 straight days.
Helen will join us tonight at 8pm Central at #Blogchat. Please follow her on Twitter.
Here’s our topic: How Do You Blog Every Day For 1,000 Straight Days?
Questions (These will start at 8:00 with a new one asked every 10 mins:
Q1 – Why did you decide you wanted to write a new blog post every day?
Q2 – How do you find enough ideas for posts to blog every day?
Q3 – What tool (digital or analog) has helped you the most in creating daily content for your blog?
Q4 – How has blogging every day impacted your blog’s engagement and traffic?
Q5 – What’s the biggest surprise you’ve had about blogging everyday that you didn’t realize when you started?
Q6 – If someone wanted to start blogging every day like you have, what would be your best piece of advice for them?
Also, here’s a talk Helen gave earlier this year on blogging every day for 900 days! Life comes at you fast!
I hope you’ll join us tonight at 8PM as this is a wonderful chance to learn from Helen how to blog every single day! Please follow Helen on Twitter, and also check out her blog, Anchored Scraps. If you’ve never joined #Blogchat, here’s what it’s all about.