29 Tips To Increase Your Productivity As A Blogger2 min read
Instead of using painter’s tape to mask off above baseboards and other areas you don’t want painted when painting trim, use a so-called paint shield. They are inexpensive and come in various styles and sizes. You can also use a wide putty knife, a dust pan, even a piece of cardboard with a straight edge. The shield is especially useful when painting baseboard on a carpeted floor.
It’s not just good for developing your blogging voice; writing with your ideal reader in mind helps keep your writing sessions on track. Once you’re not fishing around for how you should write” anymore, you’ll be saving time by approaching each blog post with purpose and focus, and you won’t waste valuable time by second guessing your writing style when the most important thing is creating your post.
Unmanaged – Here, the service provider will take care of the server’s availability only. They won’t help you in maintaining and managing your server. Thus, this option requires considerable technical skills and knowledge from the owner. As the owner of an unmanaged VPS, you will handle the installation, upgrades, and maintenance of software. In addition, you have to backup all your system files because the host won’t give you much technical support.
The 10 MORE Tips” graphic I made using a new site called Canva. They’re still in beta mode, I do believe, but you should be able to sign up for a free account and use their resources. When I joined it was invite-only, but they now appear to be accepting folk that create an account. They have a lot of fun templates to choose from with WAY more customization than Recite This!
If there’s one question I get asked more than any other, its how did you start working with companies and brands?”. But the truth is that the one thing you think you want more than anything else (to turn blogging into a full time profession) can also become the most time-consuming and stressful part of your work. Just remember that when the offers start coming in, they don’t stop!!! Soon enough you’ll have hundreds of emails coming your way daily and before too long its not possible to keep up your quality of work alongside all the emails and new tasks you need to conquer in order to stay on top of things. One way you can prevent things from piling up to the point of no recover is to filter the information you receive. If it begins to become a bit too much, consider segregating your fan email from your business email so you can switch between boring business matters and immediately get a boost of happiness going through your fan/reader mail.