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How To Write 17 Fabulous Blog Posts A Week

Why 17?  As that is how many posts (on average) I write each week.  Do I think all my posts are fabulous? Maybe not, as I am terribly British about blowing my own trumpet; but I write a lot of content that get shared a huge amount by others, so I am going to take that as a sign that some of it is fabulous!  The point of this post is to show YOU how you can write lots of quality posts each week and drive more traffic to your blog.  If you don’t want to post that regularly, then that’s o.k too, just take from this what is useful to you. There is never any pressure here.  We must all dance to our own tune.

how to write 17 fabulous blog posts a week

So before I share how I work, I wanted to share the background to this post.  I receive lots of emails from bloggers asking for advice and a fair amount of the advice they are seeking is around being more consistent with a blogging schedule and how to find time to write more posts.  Now, I can’t give you more time, if only!, but what I can do is share my working methods and things that help me produce lots of content, in the hope it helps you too.

So, first things first, you need to be organised.  Oh and you need to work hard, yeah you knew that was coming didn’t you?!

Organisational Tips

  • Editorial calendar – My friends will be laughing reading this, as one of my favourite things in the world (well certainly in blogging!) is my editorial calendar.  Mine is a WP Plugin (called Editorial Calendar) that is quick to install and easy to use, allowing you to plan weeks ahead, dragging and dropping posts around to your heart’s content!  Which I seem to do A LOT!  To produce a lot of posts you need to be organised my friends and this beauty, well is a beauty. There is something fabulous about seeing your whole blogging month laid out before you (I am such a geek!).  As a visual person, this is perfect for me.  If you want a different method, then an excel spreadsheet could be just the ticket to help you plan your posts.
  • Schedule ahead – In order to produce a large number of posts you need to plan ahead and schedule posts.  There is no way you will survive trying to post twice a day, if you are writing them the night before.  You may go mad if you try…
  • Utilise time savers – There are lots of time-saving apps, programmes and add ons. Remember saving time elsewhere, gives you more time to produce posts.  I use Boomerang for scheduling emails, Pocket to help me remember posts I need to read, Social Oomph for scheduling tweets, Copy to drafts WP Plugin to replicate the base of a post that you may post weekly, Latergramme for scheduling Instagram posts, Dropbox to upload pictures to my PC.
  • Batch tasks – Some tasks can be done in batches to save time.  The most obvious one is photography.  Simply put some time aside and take all your pictures in one go, or at least the ones you can.  You can then edit them in a batch and save them to separate files, waiting to be added to the posts.
  • Back up posts – Have one or two back up posts written and waiting to go live.  Then if something happens and you cannot produce the content you planned, you can still publish a post and stick to your chosen schedule.

Writing Tips

  • Stock up on ideas – Brain storm regularly and start filling a note book with post ideas, even just titles.  This means you won’t waste time thinking about what to write when you have time.
  • Save to drafts – All post ideas you have that have got further than just a title, save them as a draft post.  So, if you are tagged to do a post or you agree to a sponsored post then create a draft for it.  You can save the main brief details in the draft too, which will save time.
  • Use headline analyser – To create fabulous posts then you obviously need a fabulous headline. I love Coschedule’s Headline Analyzer to make sure I get the best possible headline for my post.

Brand Work

  • Organise your inbox – Your inbox can be a complete time sink, meaning that you end up with less writing time.  I organise mine with folders and the brand ones are divided into Review/PR/Waiting for Product/Affiliates.
  • Try to put a personal spin on your brand work.  A personal story is always better than a bland brand post.  Remember you want 17 fabulous posts and not 30 half-baked ones.  So try to weave a story into your brand work, it will also make you stand out to the brand too.

Planning your schedule 

  • Certain posts on certain days – I think creating a structure for your posts is great and can really help you start to increase production.  If you regularly join in with certain linkies, then you may find certain posts of your going live to fit in with these.  Think about the categories you have, you could put one category on each day. My schedule has evolved over the last 20 or so months, meaning I now have a pretty strong structure, which helps to keep me focused. For example, I also post a portrait shot of Baby and a personal ordinary moment post on a Monday.  Tuesday is #BlogClub and our #PointShoot linky. Wednesday is free, so is usually brand work and another personal post. Thursday used to be my weigh in post, although this is changing at the moment. Friday is #TheList.  Saturday is when I like to post my Gratitude list and Sunday is another photo post and my 5 Things feature.  In addition to these I have reviews and brand work, which could fall on any day where space allows.
  • Excel Spreadsheet – I would recommend using an excel spreadsheet to record all your url short codes and the post titles. This makes it really quick to find things and link up or add your own post links in future posts.  You can them add in the social media scheduling, so you are always on track and in control. I highlight the post in grey when it is scheduled and yellow highlight anything I need to still do (ie schedule the social media), if a post has no highlighting on my spreadsheet then I still need to finish it.  This is just my system, but it works really well for me.

So there you have it, a glimpse into my working brain.  I hope there is something you can take away from this post whether you want to write 17 posts a week or 17 a month, the key is creating a schedule you feel happy with and being consistent.

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  • Baby Toddler Me
    Reply

    I love your blogging tips Aby, and I’ve always been so impressed with how you manage to post so often. Thank you for being so generous with sharing your advice. It’s so helpful!

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks for your lovely comment, it means a lot that it is useful to people x

  • Nikki Frank Hamilton
    Reply

    Great tips, for no matter how often you post. My editorial calendar saves me time and again, wish I would have figured that out earlier.

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      I love mine! 🙂 x

  • Rachel
    Reply

    This is a really interesting read, Aby. Hats off to you. You write more posts in a day than I do in an entire week. That takes an awful lot of hard work and late nights, I imagine. I’m curious as to the real benefits of so many posts, as in do you really get the payback for the hours invested? Is the traffic that important in the grand scheme of things? And does it bring you a whole lot more than if you posted a handful of times each week? I kind of get nervous that new bloggers might thing that so many posts is necessary to build up an audience and get on the radar of the lovely PRs out there. But you’re spot on, it wouldn’t do us all to be the same and that’s the beauty of blogging.

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Well I did say at the beginning, we must all post as many times as we want and that fits in with our own lives and schedules. I totally believe that. So I don’t think new bloggers will see it as necessary unless they didn’t read the post properly 😉 It does take a lot of hardwork but it is my job so I expect that. The benefits for me, are that I get through the workload posting at this frequency. If I posted less, I would never get through posts at a rate that pleases the PRs/Brand and myself. I couldn’t cope with posting once or twice a week, as I like to be busy and have lots of ideas.

      Also the page views are a great reward, when I posted less, I had less views. BUilding views is important for me as it is a measurement of my blogs growth. I like to offer readers new content everyday and if I post a review or a brand post I will always post some of my more personal content too.

      It is great that you have found a schedule that works for you and gets you the rewards you need. I hope this post helps people to get into a schedule that they want, even if it is a few times week.

  • Kirsten Holly
    Reply

    What a motivational post to read on a Tuesday morning, thank you for sharing such a comprehensive post. I’m very new to all of this and massively appreciate the knowledge. Love your blog too. Thank you!

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thank you so much and I am so glad you like my blog x

  • MessyHumbugs
    Reply

    Thoroughly enjoyed reading all of your blogging tips and tricks. Some great inspiration for a new blogger like myself. Thank you for sharing x

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks so much, that means so much to me x

  • Jennifer
    Reply

    A great post with lots of useful tips. I’m completely in awe of your productivity, you must be very disciplined when it comes to time management, I know that I’m far too easily distracted! Definitely agree with the editorial calendar, I started one a year or so back and it’s been really helpful.

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks you, I am a bit of a workaholic and really don’t know when to switch off or how most of the time x

  • Amy
    Reply

    This is brilliant. Firstly yes your 17 posts each week are fabulous! I read every single one also I know that when I’m on my way to bed especially on a Monday night this sort of gold is going to drop into my inbox-that sounds funny 😉 I often go to bed musing over ideas and inspiration that have come from you!

    I also find that the more often I post, the more PV I get and then the work keeps rolling in which if you are serious about writing a for profit blog is a necessity and is bloody hard work!

    I have a couple of questions!?! I have the editorial calendar plug-in (obvs!) I tend to post the same sorts of things each week as you know so when you fill yours in would you put the post into the date that it is to be published on or the week before and then move it? So if I’m doing The List for example is it more organised to put it into Friday’s slot and then write it or do you write them all first and then drop them in? How far in advance have you written posts? I feel like when I nail this I will be more productive but at the moment I am very rarely more than a day or two ahead.

    xxxx

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ah bless, you are far too kind, but thank you and thanks for your amazing and continued support. You are right, unless you are Tim Ferris more posts = more views, simples 🙂
      Re the editorial calendar I have a mix of finished posts and drafts in there. I use copy to draft plug in for TheList, gratitude list and anything that is repeated and then copy to draft about 4 times, then you see them all in the side draft column, then just drag them to Friday for the next four fridays (I always like to have the four week ahead filled in with all my drafts) Then repeat with any other recurring posts. So you have lots of base posts, that you just go in and edit for each week.
      I always want to be a week ahead but still have times that it goes tits up and I am writing for the next day. At the moment I am scheduling for Camp Bestival so I am just over a week ahead but hoping to get scheduled until about 5th Aug before we go. xxxx

  • Heidi -
    Reply

    Thank you so much for writing these fantastic tips! So very helpful. I just had a play with the coschedule headline analyzer – brilliant tool!

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Good isn’t it?! Hope they help x

  • Carol Cameleon
    Reply

    Thanks so much for this Aby. Not only is it interesting to get a insight into a successful blogger’s approach, it’s also great for utilising yourself! 🙂

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks so much, glad you enjoyed it and I hope it helps x

  • Mummy Fever
    Reply

    Great tips – I always try to build a story around something rather than make it bland and hope that works #sharewithme

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Yes it is much better that way x

  • laura wilson
    Reply

    Great tips and I was so happy to see a few that I do already. A schedule makes it so much better even for someone like me who is pretty new, I still found my head would go to mush thinking about dates etc. I am the biggest excel fan in the world, I don’t know how people survive without it! Great post, thanks xx

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Glad you liked it! xx

  • Betty and the Bumps
    Reply

    The two things I want to work on are 1. Blogging consistently and 2. Certain posts for certain days. Sometimes I’ll post 3x a week and then nothing the next week, whereas I could’ve just scheduled them to go out in an evenly spaced way. I suppose I just sometimes feel like I need to hit Publish, especially if I’m blogging as therapy. x

    #sharewithme

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Yes sometimes you have to be patient 🙂 At least you will have written it x

  • Cindie Hansen
    Reply

    Great tips! Getting organized has been the hardest for me. I am going to try the WP Plugin… I need an editorial calendar!

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Oh you will LOVE it, it is my fav thing x

  • Reply

    I dream of being as organised as you. I find myself writing blog posts the night before I’m due to publish far too often. I’m on Blogger otherwise I’d definitely look up that WP plugin you mentioned. There must be an alternative out there. I’m rubbish with Excel – I need something to be pretty to keep me interested. Thanks for the tips! #sharewithme

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Oh thank you lovely lady. It is so hard publishing the night before as it just puts you under more pressure (I have been there). You should move to WP! It would changed your life! xx

  • Reply

    Fantastic tips thank you! I love the one about saving the URL and title in an excel doc. Am Defo going to do that and many of the others 🙂

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      You should it is really useful and speeds up lots of other tasks x

  • Katie / Pouting In Heels
    Reply

    You my lady,are a machine! 🙂 Seriously, you are amazing. I have no idea how you fit it in all in but these tips are all so brilliant and will, as others have so rightly said, come in really handy for all bloggers, no matter how often you blog. GREAT post! XX

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ha ha! You are too kind huni, I am just a bit bonkers and a bit obsessed. Workaholic…. yeah maybe a bit. Thank you darling xxx

  • Adventures of a Novice Mum
    Reply

    Thanks for the tips. Scheduling is key, isn’t it; an important area I need to master. 🙂

  • Mackenzie Glanville
    Reply

    Wow you are super organised. No wonder you are so successful. I am happy to blog around 6 days a week, but I really enjoyed your tips, some of them really stood out to me as great ideas so thanks for sharing lovely lady xx #thelist

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ah thanks Mac, hopr it helps xx

  • Reply

    More fabulous inspiration from you Aby – you are a powerhouse of blogging productivity! I’m a big fan of scheduling posts and social media too (I love Co-schedule for doing both in one app) and Pocket gets a big thumbs up from me too. Thanks for sharing an insight into your blogging brain to inspire the rest of us xx #TheList

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ah thank yoy lovely, although I am sure you don’t need inspiration from me xx

  • John Adams
    Reply

    HA ha, on the run up to the shcool holidays it feels like I’ve been producing 17 posts a day, not a week! Useful ist if apps, I may try some of them out. Thanks for hosting #TheList

  • Mummy Tries
    Reply

    Brilliant as always Aby, I already do a fair few of these but know I could do more when it comes to scheduling. Have a lovely weekend xx

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      AH thank you hun, you too xx

  • Catherine
    Reply

    Brilliant post, as usual, Aby. I ALWAYS find these types of posts from you to be super helpful. Xxx #TheList

  • Mumma McD
    Reply

    OMG I struggle to publish 2 a week! You are amazing Aby, I’ll definitely try to incorporate some of these tips 🙂

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      I hope there is something useful in there for you x

  • bethan read
    Reply

    This is great! I absolutely need to memorize this and put it into action. Organisation is definitely the key! xx Love your blog! #thelist

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ah thank you so much, really flattered that you love my blog xx

  • Megan - Truly Madly Kids
    Reply

    You are officially superwoman! There are some excellent tips there – especially evergreen posts and posts on certain days. Fabulous post #thelist

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ha ha! I wish! Hope it helps x

  • Reply

    These points certainly gave me something to think about. I find I get really organised and then all of a sudden it goes out the windows and I’m so disorganised #thelist xx

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Good luck with getting organised x

  • zoe dunn
    Reply

    some brilliant ideas here I love the pocket app I’ve just downloaded it and love it already! #TheList

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Enjoy Pocket, I love it x

  • Haidee
    Reply

    Great tips. I would feel like I was bombarding my small audience if I did that many though! I imagine it would be fine with a large audience to spread them around but even feel like 3 a week could be pushing it on mine. Or is it? I really have no idea!

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      I don’t think readers would ever be bombarded. You never say a magazine is too long, you simply read the bits that you are interested in x

  • Baby Isabella
    Reply

    Thanks for the great tips Aby! You are a blogging machine 😉 We’re always amazed how you have time to write so many in a week! Thanks for sharing your secret, my mummy just about has time for 3 or 4 but it depends what we are up to each week x #TheList

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Consistency is the key though. What’s right for one person wouldn’t be right for another x

  • Emma's Mamma
    Reply

    Wow great post and advice! I use an excel sheet and I’m still trying to work out a schedule that works for me. As soon as I have an idea I create a draft on my phone or computer and I also edit pictures in batches. I haven’t got around to scheduling posts though. I’m not that organised yet. I normally do 4-5 posts a week so 17 seems like a lot! Well done! And as always thanks for hosting #TheList x

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks, glad you liked it. 17 is a lot, but no-one NEEDS to do that many, I just have lots of PR stuff and reviews and I still want to include my more personal posts too, so that’s how my numbers add up x

  • Reply

    Amazing tips lovely lady! I’m SO much happier since I created my blogging schedule and I#m about to migrate to WP so can’t wait to try out all the cool scheduling plug-ins that I don’t currently have access to xxx #TheList

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks lovely! You will have so much fun with the plugins xxxx

  • Lizzie (firstooth)
    Reply

    Really helpful tips and ideas! Thank you for sharing your secrets 🙂 #thelist

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      My pleasure x

  • Rob
    Reply

    These are great tips. I struggle to write 3-5 but perhaps with these, I might be able to increase by a few more each week. I never seem to struggle for ideas. Tome on the other hand…… #thelist

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Hope it helps x

  • Laura's Lovely Blog
    Reply

    Wow I am totally amazed at your 17 posts a week that really is some going. I am nearly at one a day and that is hard work in itself. Hats off to you lady. I love the editorial plug-in. I was just wondering this week if there was a way to schedule emails to PRs – so I’m off to find that add-on now and I am working hard to get more in advance and organised. Thanks for the awesome tips 🙂

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks lovely, I am glad it was helpful. Boomerang is great for emails x

  • Jessie, FlusteredMom
    Reply

    Fantastically helpful tips! Thank you so much. I must migrate my weebly built site over to wp…there’s so many great plugin options there. #theList

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks, glad you enjoyed it. Have fun with your plugins! x

  • Mummy Bisson
    Reply

    Great blog post as always! I need all the tips I can get as a total newbie to this game and I need to get more on top of my social media, for sure! If you need some inspiration for a new blogging tips post I would love to read about setting up a Facebook page, mine has been a total disaster and an area I need to work on desperately! Have a lovely weekend. Love Mummy B xxx

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks, glad you enjoyed it. What in particular do you want to know about Facebook pages? I will try my best xxxx

  • Wander Mum
    Reply

    Wow fabulous tips – great to get an insight into your working mind Aby, I have so many draft posts with ideas – I just need to get them finished before they become completely irrelevant! Thanks for sharing! #thelist

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thank you lovely. So glad it is helpful x

  • A Moment with Franca
    Reply

    OMG Aby what a great post!! Your so kind to share all your tips. It is really useful. I will definitely have a look of all the apps you have mentioned. Thanks for hosting, xx

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ah thank you Franca, I am just happy that it is helpful xx

  • Liz
    Reply

    This is a fab post (found you on #brilliantblogposts). So many good tips. I didn’t even realise there was a way if scheduling Instagram posts, so thank you! xxx

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks so much! Latergram is great xx

  • Becky
    Reply

    Fabulous advice and really motivational. 17 posts a week is amazing, seriously you must be so blooming busy! I would like to get to the point where I have a few posts saved in drafts in case I’m poorly etc. It’s just finding the time!
    Becky x
    #TheList

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ah thanks huni, I am glad you liked it xx

  • Sara
    Reply

    I can’t believe how organised you are! So kind of you to share the really good tips and advice in this post 🙂 Thank you for hosting #TheList

  • Angela at Daysinbed
    Reply

    Fab tips! I use the calendar plugin and it s really useful too! Will try out some of your other tips!

    Angela x

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Hope they help x

  • Sophie
    Reply

    Wow, you are a machine. Great tips and a look into your blogging world!! 🙂 #thelist

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ha ha! Bionic! 😉 x

  • NewMummyBlog
    Reply

    Wow what an insightful post. I really am impressed with your organisation, but completely see why you have to be, posting so many times a week. I’m off to try the headline analyser!
    PS your blog posts are fantastic
    #thelist

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Oh thanks so much! That means a lot, I am so glad you like it x

  • Kristen
    Reply

    I really enjoyed reading this! I am a new blogger so this list is very helpful! Thank you! #TheList
    Kristen

  • Hannah Atkinson
    Reply

    Wowzer. That’s about all I can say. I desperately need to get organised but never seem to have the time! I don’t think I’ll ever reach those dizzying heights but I’m ok with that. I’m less than 6 months in, unwell and a single mum so I’m happy just to have my little space. Well done you though. Fabulous tips.

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Exactly, we must all do what works for us and hopefully there is something in the post that people can take away that will help them. No-one has to write any numbers of posts, just do what we want x

  • Mim
    Reply

    Ooh thank you for sharing some of your organisation tips, that’s awesome! I haven’t heard of some of those apps & plugins so I’ll be investigating – always looking for ways to do more in less time! Mim x #TheList

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks Mim, happy to help xx

  • Zoe Meunier
    Reply

    Great tips! I’m definitely guilty of not planning ahead and then finally getting time to write and not being able to think of anything! Thanks for these…

  • Morna
    Reply

    I’m trying to accept my new blogging schedule which involves me posting less! I just realised that what I was trying to do was unsustainable and not fair on my husband or kids- I already have a stressful job and I have to accept that my blog is just a hobby. This is a great post and I can definitely learn from it. #TheList

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Exactly we must all do what helps us, for me it is my job, income and also my therapy and a place I go to to get my head straight and focus on something other than feeling overwhelmed x

  • MudpieFridays
    Reply

    Thanks Aby, on average I write around 4 posts a week (I also work full time in a corporate) but I would like to write more and have a list of around 20 knocking around in the back of my head at anyone time! I am going to take some of your tips and see if it will help me to increase to 7 which is my goal for the short term…. 🙂 thank you for helping all us newbies. #TheList

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Absolutely my pleasure, I am just glad that the posts are helpful x

  • Little Treasures
    Reply

    Great tips. So easy to forget the simple things that can help like having all your url links on an excel sheet! #thelist

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      My excel doc really helps me x

  • Toni
    Reply

    I love your tips, you’re like a blogging machine, lol! I’ve really found it so much easier since I started getting organised especially writing numerous posts in one go then scheduling especially for my regular posts

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ha ha not sure I’m a machine! 🙂 Glad the tips are helpful x

  • Sam
    Reply

    I don’t think there’s any way I could ever write 17 posts a week even if I was a *lot* more organised than I am – I just feel like I’m in a constant cycle of work/children/home/time out and then I squeeze in a blog post or two where I feel inspired and a window opens up to write it. I guess it would be a whole different story if I was a pro blogger! Thanks for hosting #thelist hon X

  • Sian
    Reply

    Oooh I am liking the excel tip! Thanks Aby x

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      I love my spreadsheet! x

  • Leigh - Headspace Perspective
    Reply

    17 a WEEK?! Blimey Aby, that’s a Stakhanovite effort. Key to that I guess as you say is organisation. I tend to write more what my heart wants me to write, you’re right it’s about what is right for you – and it certainly seems to work for you! xx TheList

  • Donna
    Reply

    This is a great post and I was nodding along throughout. Scheduling is so important, as are apps and things that cut corners without compromising content. Great tips lovely! x

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ah thank you hun x

  • Jayne
    Reply

    This is such a helpful post,
    Thank you for sharing,
    and enjoy the rest of your week 🙂 x

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      So glad it is helpful x

  • HonestMum
    Reply

    Really useful tips Aby, I post so frequently as you know so am always chasing my tail, so many of my commissions are daily so it can be hard to not feel overwhelmed. Don’t want to complain about receiving work but it is full on x

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Thanks, yes it can get a little hectic! 🙂 x

  • Alice Megan
    Reply

    I’m amazed how organised you are!
    I’ve tried the editorial calender type thing but always seem to get myself tangled in knots

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      I could not cope without my editorial calendar x

  • Jenny
    Reply

    Always great to see how other bloggers work and plan their blogs out. I work very similar as I have a different category for each day of the week and it stays quite structured each week and add brand work in between where it fits. Great ideas and advice as always. Thank you so much for linking up to Share With Me, I hope to see you again tomorrow for another great round. #sharewithme

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      It is great to have some sort of structure isn’t it 🙂 x

  • Reply

    Totally inspiring, it’s really interesting to see how other bloggers work and stay organised. I am so bad at being organised. Though I have followed your advice and stopped trying to multitask and I have felt a little more productive so thanks!!

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Ah thanks lovely. Glad to have helped x

  • Su
    Reply

    Thank you so much. This is so great! I have learnt so much. But I have to say that I have started on the wrong WordPress. I started with a .com rather than WordPress.org for that I could not get the Editorial Calendar. This has caused me immense trouble in trying to find a new host that can support such Plugins. I feel like giving up! Sigh :/ But anyway, thanks so much for the tips, especially the coschedule.com & latergram.me Great tips! 🙂

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Hope you enjoy using them x

  • Becky, Cuddle Fairy
    Reply

    Wonderful tips – I like the idea of having posts ready for certain linkys, it’s all about being organised! x

    • You Baby Me Mummy
      Reply

      Hope it helps huni x

  • Jenny
    Reply

    Thanks, some good tips! Something to aspire to.

  • HR
    Reply

    Thanks for posting this! These are great, useful tips. I look forward to using some of these on my own blog. 🙂

  • Rachel In Real Life
    Reply

    I never thought of recording posts that I have written, that’s a super idea! I’m working on a consistent schedule and browsing linkies for ideas.

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