How to blog effectively using a process that works

Maintaining a blog can get daunting.

In order to become effective at blogging, you need to ensure your posts are optimized to attract and retain traffic to your site. You also need to push out content regularly, and not just something mediocre. You need to consistently deliver quality and valuable content that your readers will love.

Sounds like a lot to handle? It might.

But it shouldn’t be that way.

What you need is a blog strategy in place that is able to effectively support how you will execute your content ideas. Having a blog strategy lessens the guesswork on what to write next – helping bloggers focus on writing more.

With a blogging process, you will be able to visualize the topics you want to write about; making it easier for you to prioritize your content. Not only will you get to visualize your topic backlog, but also the process by which you will write the content.

What does this mean for you?

This means that you will have a consistent framework to create content that’s within the quality standards you’ve set. This will also save you time and effort in creating and managing content for your site. You may have found yourself publishing a post only to realize you forgot to optimize your image or found out your outbound links aren’t working correctly. Maybe, you’ve run out of topic ideas.

Save yourself from these worries by using a blogging process that works!

Having your blog process in a Kanban board

Being able to visualize your blog process through a Kanban board makes execution easier and consistent.

We designed this Kanban board template to get you blogging efficiently. This board lets you collect and prioritize your topic ideas. When you see that you’re running out of cards in your backlog, it’s a sure sign that you need to be brainstorming on new content ideas soon.

This blogging board template also has concrete steps to guide your writing process with reminders embedded in them. This ensures you have all you need to create a winning blog post even before you hit the publish button.

Blogging Process with Kanban Zone

In order to stay focused at what you’re writing, we’ve set the WIP limit of the writing-related steps to 1. Others steps have been left with more room to be flexible with how much you want to work on at one time. This is in case you want to tackle your posts by batch, especially when preparing your content for publishing and promotion.

Whether for your personal blog or your team’s content strategy, this board will surely help you. Start your journey towards becoming a blogging machine with Kanban Zone’s blogging board template.

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