How to know what to write about.
Shaunta Grimes
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Thanks again for the advice. I read your last blog post about posting once a day for a month and that led me to a couple useful tools/habits I use today: 1) the headline analyzer on coschedule.com (I use more profanity in my headlines than I used to, so thanks) and 2) the habit of creating content every day.

I’ve never been a consistent writer. So I guess that falls under the category of “things I’m not good at, but want to be.” Currently, I have a goal of creating 8 pieces of content each and every day. It’s an overwhelming task, but as I’m tracking the results, it’s obvious that it’s worth it.

As I wrote on another blog earlier, the key to successful blogging is a two-step process:

  1. Be consistent.
  2. Repeat #1.