- Posted by Nigel Edelshain
- On February 16, 2015
Anyone who’s tried blogging for any length of time knows that it isn’t easy.
It may be at first, when you’re full of ideas and enthusiasm for your new project, but once you’ve written about your best ideas and all that enthusiasm wanes even just a little bit, it can quickly begin to feel like a chore.
You’ve read all about the benefits a blog can have for your organization and created an editorial calendar to help you stay focused and organized, but what you do in that moment when you can feel your motivation slipping away is far more crucial. Your new undertaking stands upon the edge of a knife—will you make it through to the other side or will your blog join countless others that became stale or abandoned?
The first thing to remember when this happens is that every blogger goes through the same experience. Don’t panic about your new project becoming a failure—keep reading for our tips on how you can continue creating top notch content even when you don’t think you can.