blogging schedule challenge

Be a Better Blogger: Create a Blogging Schedule

Posted 1 February, 2015 in Features / 19 Comments

Welcome to February’s Be a Better Blogger challenge! This month we’re talking about blogging schedules. What it should include, how to figure out the best one for you, and more.

Like last month, I’ll put all the tips for doing so into separate Bumblings Blog Tips posts tagged February BABB.

What We’re Talking About:

Sure, that’s part of it. It’s important to figure out what you’re going going to post and when, particularly when you participate in blog tours. It’s really important then.

But a blogging schedule should encompass everything you need to do to take care of your blog, from writing posts, to promoting on social media, to checking your stats and requesting ARCs.

Sound like a lot? Don’t worry, I’ll help you get there in this month’s Be a Better Blogger Challenge.

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Also, exciting news! We’re going to have a Twitter chat this month! I’m not sure when it’s going to be yet, but I’ll be sending out an email when I finalize the date and time:

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Want to take part? Just publish a blog post talking about what you want to get done for the challenge, and add it to the linkup below. Then add your progress throughout the month, journal-style or however you want. You’ll add that to the results linkup.

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19 Responses to “Be a Better Blogger: Create a Blogging Schedule”

  1. This is fantastic. I still need to think about what I need to get done. I do have a schedule of sorts. I plan and schedule my posts every weekend, but I could improve a lot more. I am terrible on social media, and cross-promoting on posts. I don’t have a schedule for that and so it never gets done 🙁

    • Oh, girl, I got you covered. 🙂 I’m awesome at coming up with workflows, schedules, plans, and all that jazz. Sticking to it is another story. But from what I’m told, I seem to be really good at getting other people organized, even if I can’t organize myself. 😛

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