Use a Blog Production Checklist for Greatest Productivity

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I’ve been sharing the importance of checklist the last couple of posts, and this is probably one of the most important checklists:

How to Publish a High Quality Blog Post checklist

●      Consider the time I have available for writing this month

●      Understand my target audience’s reading habits and preferences

●      Scheduled my posts for the month

●      Started writing my first post

●      Writing before researching for a specific post; then filling in gaps with my research

●      For each blog post, I am writing my Introduction, conclusion and call-to-action before tackling the body

●      I have edited my first post and begun production

●      Made sure I use appropriate keywords for that post in my title, introductory paragraph and conclusion or call to action

●      Used appropriate blog post formatting

●      Sub Heads

●      Bullet Points

●      Graphic per post

●      Other ______________________________

●      Considered post word length

●      250-350 words

●      350-500 words

●      500-750 words

○      Longer (consider a series if post is this long)

●      Using a Timer for blogging tasks such as:

○      Writing

○      Researching

○      Graphics editing

○      Other ________________________

 

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Ponn Sabra is a best-selling author and homeschool mom of three tween and teen daughters, also bestselling authors and probloggers [http://PonnSabra.com]. The Managing Partner of Blogger Babes, Ponn is a lover of all kinds of checklists, not just for blogging. Do you find you’re more productive if you use checklists?



4 Responses to “Use a Blog Production Checklist for Greatest Productivity”

  1. This is helpful info I need to go through as actually writing anything winds up on the bottom of the to do list much too often.

    Marya
    Reply
    • That’s where we’re opposites Marya: I have too much writing done. Formatting, images, publishing, etc. are always on my To-Do List. ;-)

      Ponn Sabra
      Reply

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