When maintaining multiple blogs, this principle becomes increasingly important.
You need to optimize your available hours, so if you run — say — 25 blogs but you only have two hours a day to dedicate to them, parcel out your time per blog: you have approximately five minutes per blog, so decide which blogs will need 200 words updates, and which will be fine with 50 words and a picture (about 3 minutes work).
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Jot down a list, then, among the items, select your priorities: you are a multiple blogger, you run over six blogs at once, and your time is precious.Once you’re done with the quick posts, you’ll have more time to dedicate to the longer ones.Schedule series of posts for each blog If you have ideas for new content for all of your blogs, write the whole series and then schedule, so that you’ll have the remainder of the month free of the most blogging duties.They will grant you more freedom to write and update.Provide user-feedback entries (quick to write, high traffic generators) Your readers left interesting comments or emails?