Go to and type in the post address (url) into the search box and if you can find the feed, you can copy-paste into Blogger. For full recovery, your feed should be set to full, otherwise you will just get a partial recovery.
For beginning bloggers, I recommend writing for 30 minutes per day. That’s it. Just sit down (without checking your email!), open up a new post or a saved draft, and write until 30 minutes is up. If you feel really excited about what you’re writing and want to keep going, then do! But if the inspiration just isn’t there, then go grab a snack and get on with the rest of your day. The important thing is to write as a discipline and to develop your style, while not driving relentlessly toward a certain number of posts per week. People burn out on blogging that way.
Go online and purchase yourself ‘n $3-$10 Private Label Rights eBook report about something that caters to your readers. Then sign up to a service like and add a subscription box at the top of your blog. When people opt into the email capture form, you simply let Getresponse send them the free pdf report. This technique will help you build your list and you can market to them FOREVER!
I’m one of those people who check my stats daily so I’m going to switch to a monthly review for sanity sake. I also need to find a way to organize my day so I have a scheduled thirty minutes daily for blogging. I have a section in my customized day planner for blogging (ideas, my Ideal Reader, and now my 5 goals for the year) so I can review it daily and jot notes anywhere. Thank you for your tips!
If there’s one thing we all know to be true, it’s that blogging is an incredibly time consuming hobby. There’s much more to blogging than simply writing and hitting publish. With brainstorming, planning, writing, editing, photographing, posting….. before too long, you’ve spent hours of your time creating one short post. To save time and produce on mass, write your posts in advance and schedule them to publish themselves (i.e. easily done on the right hand side of WordPress). A great way to do this if you’re blogging about your life in real time is to sit down on a Sunday and write 3-7 blog posts for that week. That way you’re only allocating one day each week to crafting blog posts and can send the rest of your week doing things worthy of blogging, photographing, networking, etc.