11 Things Every Blogger Needs To Do Each Week

A list of 11 things every blogger must regularly do

If you're a blogger, having a checklist of things you need to do can come in handy. You need to know what you are doing and having a plan. Staying organized is very important and over time all these things should just become a natural habit for you, but when you're just starting out as a beginner blogger it can be difficult to know what to do. Always be thinking ahead.

A Checklist For Things A Blogger Should Be Doing

Create a content calendar: 

Plan out your blog posts for the week in advance. This will help you stay organized and ensure you have a consistent posting schedule.

Set specific goals: 

Determine what you want to achieve with your blog each week, whether it's increasing traffic, growing your email list, or generating revenue. Set specific goals and create a plan to achieve them.

Batch tasks: 

Instead of working on different aspects of your blog each day, try batching similar tasks together. For example, dedicate one day to writing blog posts, another day to editing and formatting, and another day to promoting on social media.

Engage with your audience: 

Set aside time each day to respond to comments on your blog and engage with your audience on social media. Building relationships with your readers is important for growing your blog.

Research and brainstorm new ideas: 

Dedicate time each week to researching new topics and brainstorming ideas for future blog posts. This will help you stay ahead and ensure you always have fresh content to share.

Analyze your data: 

Make sure you regularly analyze your blog's analytics and see what's working and what's not. Use this information to make informed decisions about future content and strategies.

Update old content: 

When you have older content 8 months+ see if you can update any of your old blog posts with new information or optimize them for SEO. This will help improve their visibility in search engines and keep them relevant.

Plan and create email newsletters: 

If you have an email list, plan and create your weekly newsletters in advance. This will help you stay consistent with your email marketing efforts.

Get backlinks: 

Doing off site SEO isjust an important if not more so then working on your blog. Take time each week to try and reach out and promote your blog. This can include guest posts and brand partnerships. Backlinks which are an important ranking factor and will also get your site exposure. Come up with some unique ideas. Easier said then done I know, but spend time brainstorming how to get those important backlinks.

Take breaks: 

Don't ever get yourself feeling overwhelmed. Remember to take breaks and recharge to avoid burnout. Schedule regular breaks throughout your blogging week to relax and do something unrelated to blogging. Blogging is a long game, you don't have to do everything at once.

Reflect and evaluate: 

At the end of each week, take some time to reflect on your progress and evaluate what worked well and what didn't. Use this information to make adjustments for the following week and continuously improve your blogging strategy.

Remember to check out all my beginner blogging topics on Marketing Father, as well as Beginner SEO and Beginner Marketing learning resources.

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