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100 Plus Quality Posts

Yesterday was the 100th post on this blog. The first one was on June 4, 2007, and since then I have been going strong at a pace of at least one post per day.

Even though I have a lot left to accomplish, I am glad that ChrisBlogging has built such a strong readership in just about three months. After all, there are millions of blogs that simply die down after a month or so.

Here are three tips that have helped me during my first 100 blog posts, and are sure to guide me from here on out.

1. Posting at least one time per day is essential. Yes, it can be difficult to stay on this pace, but if you want your blog to succeed, you need to put the time in. Remember, readers come to your blog to get updated on fresh content. You need to give it to them on a regular basis.

2. One post per day is important, but one quality post per day is even more crucial. Making quality and quantity work together will help you to grow your blog from day one.

3. I try my best to stay on topic with each post that I make. Even though this can be difficult because I have so many thoughts to share, it is not something to be taken lightly. If I start to post about off-topic subjects it is safe to say that readers will start to look elsewhere for their information.

Try to keep these tips in mind know matter how experienced you are, or how long your blog has been around. They will help you to reach 100 quality posts in no time at all, and hopefully 100 more just as quickly. 

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