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When do you write your Blog Posts?

The question of when to write blog posts is talked about time after time. Luckily, there is no right and wrong time to create the content that you will post on your blog. When it comes down to it, this is nothing more than personal preference combined with the way that you like to run your site. Early on in your blogging career you may have a hard time setting a schedule, but soon enough, you will know just when you need to put together some new posts.

There are several key details that will dictate when you write your blog posts. They are spelled out below.

1. Some people like to write one blog post at a time, whereas others would rather do them in larger batches. Once again, this is up to you. The main benefit of writing more than one post during one sitting is that you can create plenty of content for the days to come. In other words, you will not find yourself having to write a new post everyday of the week.

2. To make things easier, if you are using a WordPress blog, you can timestamp posts so that they are added to your blog at a particular time in the future. For instance, I could write five posts, and then timestamp them to post at the same time for the next five days. This is a great advantage to have if you are going to be on vacation or away from the computer for an extended period of time.

3. Make sure that you write your content in correspondence with when you like to post them to your site. For instance, do you usually add new content at lunchtime everyday? If so, you need to make sure that you always have at least one post for that time. There is nothing worse than wanting to post at noon, just to find out that you have one hour to write a 500 word article. To be a successful blogger you need to be able to plan in advance.

All in all, you can write your blog posts anytime that you please. When you write is not important. It is the quality, quantity, and time that you post that you should be concerned with. 

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