Boosting your blogging productivity is a result of how well you utilize the limited resources at your command. By resources we don’t just mean the amount of money you have to start with – resources also include time, information, labor (or effort) and psychological self-command.
If you are a solo blogger, as most bloggers are when they start, you may be depending purely on your own efforts, time, money and free information to get your blog going. How you allocate time to your various processes involved in blogging and blog-marketing, how you use or save precious money, how you apply personal effort or hire help, and how you choose to make time for continuous learning as you blog, how you manage your frustrations – all these factors will affect your overall productivity as a blogger. The more you are able to balance your resources to gain maximum productivity out of yourself, the more your equipoise will affect the quality of your blog.
This article first shows you the connection between time, money, information and quality. It then shows you how to manage time, and sustain the ultra-beneficial quality of persistence. The article then moves on to show you ways to manage money, how to manage hired freelancer help, and how to find and use good information online that makes your work easier. Finally, you need patience and easy productivity management systems, which also this article will teach you.
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