When a blogger has come to the threshold of success – that means popular in the internet but not excruciatingly so much – there are times when he or she may run out of things to say or possibly become boring. There are several reasons: first is the constant pressure to update daily to retain the audience’s attention; second, the need to talk casually yet brilliantly about things which may be great or trivial; and third, to perform the task of dealing with critics willing to put anyone famous in shame or out of the spotlight.
And because of these problems, bloggers may suffer what novelists and authors also have constantly – writer’s block. How can one overcome moments like these, and what does he or she have to do?
First, get a real vacation. Inform fans of a two-day break and do something spectacular: travel a remote place or make an unexpected move. Surely, this will help the blogger legitimately escape the responsibility of updating for the meantime and get new ideas during the process of trying out new things.
Just always carry a notebook and pen as well as a camera around, so one can scribble themes and thoughts in the new environment and capture stunning visuals to awe and inspire the readers.
After the trip, the happy blogger can simply make a timeline of posts recording the exciting events that have transpired during the two-day break. Surely, this will give a week of active updates for the blogger, and good exciting reads for the readers. Problem solved!
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Sean Mize is a full time internet marketer who has written over 1574 articles in print and 11 published ebooks.