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How to keep up with Multiple Blogs

Running one blog is hard enough for most people. After all, there is a lot to do if you are going to make your blog a success. And as you can imagine, things can get even trickier if you decide to start multiple blogs. If you are thinking about adding more blogs to your workload, you need to make sure that you know what you are doing. After all, this may sound easy, but in some cases you are going to be up against the wall.

First off, you should never move on with another blog until you feel comfortable with your current situation. If you do, you will find out soon enough that you are spreading yourself thin, and all of your blogs are therefore struggling to keep up.
Generally speaking, there are three tips that I can offer people who are interested in running more than one blog. If you can master these tips, you will be on your way to building a successful blog network.

1. If you are working with multiple blogs you need to have a schedule. Without a schedule you are going to find yourself lost, day in and day out. You will want your schedule to not only outline on when you are going to post, but also on the subjects that you want to touch on. The more organized you are, the less time you will have to spend on each blog. And when you are running a network, saving time is something that you should definitely be interested in.

2. As you probably know, for a blog to be successful you need to add content on a regular basis. I have said before, for me, it is best to add at least one post per day. This is what I am comfortable with, but you may very well have another way of doing things. One post per day may seem easy enough if you only have one blog, but what if you add more? Although you may not want to give up any control, many bloggers hire other people to help them keep up with posting new, original content. You do not necessarily have to do this, but all in all, keeping up with regular posts is a must.

3. The biggest detail that will consume your time when running multiple blogs is the marketing side of things. With one blog, you can spend all of your spare time on marketing and like tasks. But what will you do if you have two blogs or more? Not only will you have to decide which ones are most important to you, but you will also have to follow a marketing plan for each one.  

Let these three tips guide you to success if you are interested in running and keeping up with multiple blogs.

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