3 Blogging Daily Tips To Keep Content Fresh

One of the biggest struggles for blogging, especially if it done multiple times per week, definitely when it is done every day, is keeping your content fresh and up to date for all of your readers. The last thing that people want whenever they come to a blog is to see a retired old jalopy with cobwebs and dust sitting on it from days of stagnate and no new content.

The world is an instant electronic wonder, and digital news and information is taking over the media world, which is why blogs can gain power and influence, with regular updates and quality content.

To keep your content fresh on your blogging path, get a fresh, outside perspective from someone’s opinion who you value and wont completely piss you off if they give you some criticism. It is important to gain a different perspective of your own work, especially something that you work on constantly. You love it, you hate it, you critique. Gaining a different prospective provides you with new angles, ideas and opportunities for innovation within yourself and on your blog. Top 10 Plus it is always good to hear someone say that you are just doing such awesome stuff. Sweeeet.

Secondly, reach out for 20 to 30 minutes everyday and read/research/view/listen something new and outside of your normal sphere of relevance. Check out whats trending on Google, within the blogosphere, listen to new music, look at an art exhibit, watch some hilarious YouTube videos about cats doing the most obnoxiously cute things you’ve ever seen in your life. Get those synapses firing in your brain and they will find new and exciting ideas that will bubble to the surface. Plus blogging daily can be a grind and its important to find a balance between your creative and basically your mental sanity and the mental sanity of those around you.

Be stupid and make connections. Being stupid and making connections is going to help me keep content fresh while im blogging?? Sure is. Observing on the common, everyday things that happen in your everyday world and relating those things to the people around you is a crazy way to connect with people WHILE having an endless supply of stories and anecdotes developed on an everyday basis just while being your super awesome self. It doesn’t always need to be super topical, just things that made you smile, frown, cry, giggle with your hand over your mouth, home alone scream, etc. Relate your reactions.

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