Published July 31st in Content Marketing by Mitchell Wright

Blogging is a lot of work. You have to create and maintain a website, making sure your design works and your platform is secure. You have to market it, anywhere you possibly can. You have to work to maintain your authority, your position, so people know you’re writing from a place of knowledge. On top of all of that, you might still have a day job, a business to run, or a family to love. Oh, and of course, you have to create loads of content. Anywhere from 1,000 to 5,000 words per post, ranging from daily to once or twice a week; it weighs on you.
There’s more to creating content than just sitting down and writing. You have to research your topics, to find topics that have available niches or little domination from the industry giants. You have to come up with clever and searchable titles. You have to find a fresh perspective and back it up with data. You have the writing itself, and all of the meta content. You have to find links and images appropriate for your posts. You have to schedule, edit, and post your content regularly. You should even keep an eye on your old content and come up with updates to keep it relevant whenever possible.
It’s no wonder that many of the biggest bloggers out there wri…

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