When you set up a business, online there are certain boxes that you need to tick off if you want your business to be fantastic. For instance, it’s crucial that you have some form of online marketing. As well as this you need to build towards brand recognition. Your website must also have the traits that draw customers in, and you can’t forget about your social media presence. We’re going to look at each of these in turn. But first you may have noticed a paradox. While each of these are unique factors you need to think about the first could also be considered a description of the latter three.

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Today I’m going to share with you some ways to find great third party content faster and easier. Everyone wants a store of content ready to tweet, create list posts from, get inspiration from, etc. The hard part is sourcing it, collating it, and maintaining the system. Consistency is so important when it comes to social media and blogging, so anything that can help you maintain a steady flow of content is great.

If you blog for your website or business, it can often feel like an arduous task. Writing aside, there’s the images, formatting, promoting, and planning to think about, so a good blog post requires good investment of time. But if you only have a finite amount of time to spend on your blog, how can you make the process more streamlined? How can you eliminate writer’s block once and for all?

Today we’re focusing on how streamlining your blogging planning can make you a better, more efficient writer and save you time and stress in the process.

Sound good? Read on…