Three weeks of posting everyday. Whew! I was pretty sure that I could do it but needed to prove it to myself. Best of all, I was able to fit it into the rest of my day with very little effort.
My strategy, for any aspiring blogger or one who is finding it difficult to post more often, was to set aside specific time. Most of the time, I was able to do it first thing in the morning and very often my topic was something I knew I had to work on that day. I found it to be a nice way to get myself in the right frame of mind. This was especially true at the beginning of the contest. Other times, I used my post a way to unwind at the end of the day. Very often, those posts were about something that came up during the day. I certainly won’t claim that it was easy. However, I found that there was always enough time and always something to say.
One more thing that helped was the fact that blogging more frequently influenced several people to contact me. Not new clients. Rather, other bloggers and opinion leaders in my industry. Getting their attention was certainly a good thing. Knowing that there was an audience certainly encouraged me to keep posting.
Final Blawger Survivor Update: For some of Cynthia Rowland’s comments about the contest visit Leadership, Women, Lawyers. No Reins Girl has some comments as well. Ten of us made it. Good luck to all of my fellow survivors.Blawger Survivor, cynthia rowland, no reins girl