~Introducing reverse blogging!!~

Hi there!! This post is going to be SUUUPER exciting (I hope XD.)

Today, I am introducing something I started called reverse blogging. The way this works is I’ll have a post idea (for example, an idea could be like “How to advertise your blog more” or “Fun things to do when your bored”.) Then, you send me a response to the idea via myΒ contact pageΒ or the comments. A response you could send would be like “One way to advertise your blog is to collab often with other bloggers.” Then, in a week or two, I’ll join all the responses onto one blog post that you can view!! The blog post will be filled with unique ideas from many bloggers.

P.S. Here’s a contact form!

If that’s confusing, just notify me and I’ll explain it moreΒ πŸ˜‰.

The prompt for this week is…

What are your tips for balancing blogging with your life?

Hope you enjoy! Sorry for how short this post is- I’m pretty busy πŸ˜› Don’t forget to share this with your blogging friends so we can get a variety of responses.



27 thoughts on “~Introducing reverse blogging!!~

  1. I try to look in advance. What do I have to get done in this coming {insert time amount here}? (Eg. week. Or month) I can write drafts in advance; that’s how I got my Monthly Overview done this month!

    I also happen to be a draft freak (if there’s really such a thing) so I’m constantly writing up new drafts WAAAAAAAAAAY before I need them. (Like, I have drafts going for a book I’m plotting… which I’m going to write after I finish my current rewrite AND my next book… oops…πŸ˜‚) Eventually, it’s a matter of pick-and-choose. πŸ˜› This is especially helpful when I don’t have any ideas for new posts, or am waiting for readers to tell me what they want to read next. (The way I am now)

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  2. I really like scheduling posts! Helps a lot if you need a post be a certain day and you don’t have time on that specific day! I also love drafting, I have about 7 drafts right now? But I love it and it helps me to not waste time so much on drafting!! πŸ˜‰

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  3. This sounds super cool!
    What are your tips for balancing blogging with your life? Hmm… here are a couple of my tips:
    1. Don’t blog every single second you have free. Use some of the time, but spend some time spending time with family, walking, etc.

    That’s all I can think of for right now.

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  4. This is a fun idea!

    My tip is not to be afraid to kick blogging down the priority ladder. Often times we think that we need to blog every week, maybe even every day, to get lots of followers or gain credibility as a blogger. I used to be like that. Then I realized that this is MY laptop, MY blog, and MY email account. I get to control when I go online, when I blog, when I comment, when I read other posts. If I don’t have spare time, I don’t have spare time. I often let my followers know when it’s gonna be a rough month, so they not to expect much from me. And I choose to spend my time putting work into posts that will benefit others, instead of rushing through a cheap post to get people commenting or get engagement.

    Basically you have to realize what kind of time you have and be willing to let blogging slide down the ladder of things you get to do. Summer’s almost here. In my school, we have 7 more weeks left until our final exams and then our big field trip. Then I can blog every day should I chose. So hang on tight, if you feel guilty for leaving your followers hanging. Summer is closer than you think.

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