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I’m going to blog every day.

Blogging isn’t just a way to make money or teach someone something. Blogging is an art form. Blogging is a way to take the stress out of your life. Blogging improves your storytelling skills. Blogging makes you a better writer.

I blog about blogging. I teach you about the blogging experiences I have been involved with over the years. Blogging is my thing. I have other things, too. But blogging is one of those big things. So, it makes sense that I, of all people, should post a blog every day whether it gets read or not.

This is my first daily blog. I think you should try it too. Even if no one is reading but you. Do it for you!


How to Blog Every Day

I’ll show you exactly how I’ll be blogging every day.

You might think that posting a blog every single day seems overwhelming. It is as if writing isn’t your true passion.

Blogging, for me, is a passion. I enjoy doing it. Blogging chills me out when I’m stressed or having a bad day. I get a feeling of almost having a runner’s high when I blog on my worst day. I’m also passionate about hiking and cycling, two things I can easily do daily.

If you aren’t passionate about blogging, you’ll never be able to do it every day.


I Use a Framework

I use a framework or a formula called AIDA to be able to blog every day.

AIDA stands for Awareness (or Attention), Interest, Desire, and Action. It is a way to organize your writing to keep you on track. It is also a way to use the copy in your writing effort to get a reader’s attention and end with them performing some action.

I use it in this article. Every paragraph has four sections. Each section follows the AIDA formula. It is a great way to blog every day while still having proper time management to do everything else. It has also improved my writing skills.

I recommend that you research AIDA and use it a few times with your content to see if it works for you.


Scheduling + Blog Every Day

Definitely try to write every day but take advantage of tools to help you manage your time.

Unless you’re a full-time blogger who just blogs, you probably have a million other things to do. Time management is vital. If you use software like WordPress for blogging, you can access the best tool with the software – the scheduling feature. Use it to your advantage and manage your time.

I will write a blog post every day. I might write more than one a day. I will today. But I’ll schedule a blog post every day at a preferred time to keep the flow going. I’m still writing every day but ensuring that I can manage time to be able to do everything else.

Using the schedule feature isn’t cheating – it is responsible for time management. You should use it if you want to post every day and still do everything else.


You Don’t Need to Exceed

Writing 3,000-word blog posts every day isn’t required because it isn’t realistic.

Without the help of AI (which you shouldn’t use to create blogs), you’re not going to create 3,000+ word articles to post every day realistically.

I make those a lot, and they take a while to write. They also take time to edit. I will still write those more extensive articles, but I’m okay with 500 to 1,000-word articles as most content because I don’t create posts to exceed a number. I start to create.

The moment you feel like you need to exceed a number to blog every day is the moment you fail at it.


And that is how I will blog every day. And you can blog every single day, too. I’ve shown you my system, which you should use but also ingrate your system into it. Now log off my blog and start writing on yours.

Shawn Gossman

About the Author

Shawn Gossman has created content, blogged, ran online communities, and shared a passion for digital marketing for over twenty years. Shawn believes the best way to help content creators, businesses, brands, and marketers is to give away more than you sell. The same advice is recommended for the readers who follow this blog. Shawn also offers various services for extra help in content creation and blogging.

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