Why Posting Less Can Improve Your Blog

Is more content always better? Is more traffic, more followers, more page views automatically better? Is it more signal or more noise? Is it more of something that doesn’t help you achieve your goals? Isn’t it true that sometimes less is more? Can posting less actually improve your blog?
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How To Write Better Blog Posts

Last week David left a very nice comment for me about my writing and wondered where I found the time to write in-depth posts. I thought I’d take today to talk about my process for creating posts and how I think that process has helped improve both my writing and this blog.
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A Focused Blog Is A Happy Blog

How focused is your blog? Would a regular reader be able to reasonable guess what your next post might be about without seeing the post title? Are you giving your readers something to expect and anticipate to bring them back tomorrow and next week?
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Walking A Path Toward Heightened Creativity

My last post about creativity and freeing inhibitions generated some interesting comments and I was intrigued by how we all find different paths into a creative mindset. Is it possible to lead ourselves down that path more often? And is it possible to help direct that path to lead us to an environment more conducive to creativity?
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Spontaneous Blogging From Within The Factory

The object is set before the mind, either in reality, as in sketching (before a landscape or teacup or old face) or is set in the memory wherein it becomes the sketching from memory of a definite image-object.
—Jack Kerouac

The quote above is from the Essentials of Spontaneous Prose by Jack Kerouac. It’s a quick and interesting read and I encourage you to take a look.
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