Blogging in stages

I am not an SEO expert or seasoned content creator but after working for several years in education, I am fairly good in scheduling, prioritising and streamlining.

This is how I approach my posts and it may work for you as well.

  1. I create a very short post just to test the water. Usually it is based on something I am working on or dealing with.
  2. I wait for the response from social media and ask myself: is there any traction, any interest and from whom, what are the questions asked
  3. I decide if I should expand bit more, should I shift the focus a bit or should I drop it altogether

There is one disadvantage – you do have to tweak your tags and keywords as your post is evolving. So it is not for everyone. I think solo businesses or part-time bloggers might save some time and effort by doing this. The big advantage of this is that you can create a highly relevant super niched content for your target audience.

Published by Mona

Questions I am trying to solve: Can a "one-person business" survive? Does it have a chance in today's world? Is it sustainable for more than a few years? Is it something that can work long-term? In my blog, I am mainly creating lists with tips on how to avoid numerous burnouts while working full-time (and hoping to retire early hahaha).

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