15 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started A Lifestyle Blog

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Scheduling Your Blog Marketing Content

Using scheduling programs to schedule your content will save you a lot of time. I currently, use Buffer to schedule Twitter and Facebook posts, Boardbooster for Pinterest to schedule pins. They have been very helpful in saving me time in cross-promoting and re-promoting content. There are also others like Hootsuite, Later.com, Tailwind, TweetDeck that are helpful.

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However, I try to limit my programs strictly to two for now because I don’t want to spend time scheduling content on various programs – doing so is time-consuming and require more organizing. Nevertheless, it’s really about finding a solution that works for you and saves you time. Buffer make it really easy to re-share content and Boardbooster allows me to easily share and re-share my pins and the pins of others.

2 thoughts on “15 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started A Lifestyle Blog”

  1. What a wealth of resources! I agree, blogging is time consuming. All of the work AFTER a post is written is so demanding! I still haven’t gotten the hang of Pinterest although I do realize that a lot of people use it and a lot of Google image results are from Pinterest.

  2. Thank you. ? Pinterest is where it’s at for now. This blog gets more traffic from Pinterest than Google. ? The key to Pinterest is adding attractive Pins, sharing valuable content of others and joining the right groups. Regarding the groups it’s getting more difficult to get into them since most of them no longer accept contributors. However, definitely keep on working with Pinterest you will see the result soon enough. ?

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