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Tuesday, August 01, 2006


Do your posts cover a variety of topics and project updates regularly?
    Bob, (Inspiration for the Internet Entrepreneur) incudes several topics/project updates in his posts. This is how he orgainizes his posts.
    1. Lists the topics/projects that will be covered at the top of his post.
    2. Writes details on each topic.
    3. Topic/project headings stand out so the reader can easily scroll down to the topic of interest to read it.
    4. Topics flows nicely together making the entire post easy to read.
    If you post several times a week, you could assign days of the week to a particular topic or project. If a reader is following a particular topic/project they will know when to check for new content on your blog.
      Occasionally, you may find yourself posting once or twice daily for a short term project. Bill (30 Days to a Passive Income), posts twice daily as much as possible. He has his to "do list" in the morining and "review" in the evening.
        Creating posts that fit in with efficient time management will increase traffic to your blog. Let your readers know what to expect.


        At 1:46 PM, Blogger David said...

        I have only been posting a week now, but I find myself posting in a similar layout as you mentioned. I start with an intro sentence, then some bullet points on the topics I will cover, and then I give a paragraph or two for each topic. It is the most effective way imo.

        At 5:43 PM, Blogger Bill Riddell said...

        Thanks for the mention Jan,

        I took your advice, added the subheadings and all. I think it looks a lot better.

        Be sure to check

        Thanks again,



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