You invested your time and money into a brand-new online video training about blogging. The majority of the reviews you have read about this course have been positive and encouraging.
You are happy about your purchase, and you are excited to learn what the course can offer you.
You have just started blogging, and you have already found a few blogging gurus that you like to follow. These experts give you plenty of golden blogging advice that you put into practice.
Your blog is blooming.
But there is one piece of advice that every A-List blogger seems to agree on: You should start an email list. So without any further convincing, you sign-up with an autoresponder service that your favorite blogger recommends.
Yes, I get it.
You have just started blogging, and eventually, your goal is to grow your blog into a full-time business. You love content creation and interacting with your readers.
But you soon realize that no matter how exciting blogging is, there are also less-exciting tasks that you should do, although no one is forcing you to do them.
Look, I understand.
You just happened to read an article regarding the ideal blog post length, and the post was written by a blogging guru, one of the A-list bloggers that you follow.
And since this A-Lister told you to write long-form posts, at least 2,000 words long, it made sense to you. You wanted to give this advice a try.
This post is the final part of the blog time management series.
So far, I have given you 15 powerful tips that can help you maximize the available time you have for your blog. And in this final part, I’ll give you five more ways to boost your productivity.
Let’s get started!