Do you find it difficult to accomplish everything on your list? [how to accomplish your to-do-list] Even with a set schedule, you still might find it impossible to finish certain projects. In this article, I would like to share with you some helpful tips that will help you be more productive with your art blog.
If your day consists of:
- Facebook marketing
- Twitter marketing
- Pinterest marketing
- Engaging with your followers on the social media sites
- Answering emails
- Packaging and shipping
- Creating art to sell
- Photographing the art to post online
- Research on your niche
- Family and friend time
Did I forget about eating and sleeping?
With all of the jobs that you have to get done in your day, I am sure that you would like to be as productive as you can.
Be More Productive with Your Art Blog
You can easily be more productive with your blog if you separate the jobs that are needed to get done.
- Posting schedule
Great content is the foundation of any blog.
Do you find it difficult at times to come up with the time needed to write your articles?
If you take a few hours and write several blogs, you will be able to get more done in less time. Say you post four times a month. Set aside the amount of time needed at the beginning of each month to write four killer articles.
The rest of the month you will be able to focus on other important jobs, like creating art.
For you to be proactive in writing, you will need to set up a posting schedule. Consistency is essential for your growth.
Decide how often you will want to post.
Figure out how long it will take to write the amount of articles that you will be posting. Write down on your calendar when you will be writing and when you will be posting.
With WordPress, you can schedule posts. Once your posts are complete, you can schedule it for the date that you wish.
That will also save you valuable time.
Research is crucial for any writer. You will want to be able to provide the most relevant content to your readers.
You will want to double check your facts.
You will also want to research what your customers would like to read.
You can be very productive by putting aside a couple of hours a month to do the research necessary for your log.
When you have gathered the information that you needed, file it in a location that will be readily available for you when you sit down to write.
Finding things to write about is a problem for every writer. There will be times when you have endless topics to write about, and there will be times when you are staring at a blank screen.
To prevent writer’s block, have a list of subjects that you would like to write.
There will be times that an idea will pop up in your head, and you are not near the computer. Just write yourself a note or text yourself the idea. When you are near your computer, log it in your topic list.
When you go to sit down open your file, and you will have plenty of ideas to write.
You are an artist. You make a living selling your art. Would you like to sell your art online? If you do, you need plenty of high-quality pictures for your art blog.
Take as many pictures as you can.
Crop and edit your images.
File them in a folder named “images for blog”.
When you are writing, you will be able to insert the images that are relevant to your content. This will prevent you from stopping what you are doing to take a photo.
To build traffic to your blog, you will need to market your posts.
You will want to set up a marketing plan that will fit how many articles you will be posting a month.
Share your article on all of your social media sites. Most social media sites like Facebook will allow you to schedule posts.
Share your articles via email.
Share, share and share.
Planning your days will make you be more productive with your art blog. Take some time and design a plan that will work best for you.
Your time is valuable, make the most of it.
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