Writing Consistently – What to do if you have a blog

First and foremost, writing consistently helps to establish your blog as a reliable source of information. When you publish new content on a regular basis, your readers will come to expect it and will be more likely to visit your blog frequently to see what you have to say. This can help to build a loyal readership and increase the overall popularity of your blog.

Additionally, writing consistently can help you to improve as a writer. The more you practice, the better you will become at crafting compelling and engaging content. This can be especially important if you are using your blog as a platform to share your thoughts and ideas with the world.

Furthermore, writing consistently can help to boost your search engine rankings. Search engines such as Google favor websites that publish fresh, relevant content on a regular basis. By consistently updating your blog with new content, you can improve your chances of ranking higher in search results, which can lead to more traffic and greater visibility for your blog.

Another important reason to write consistently is that it can help to keep you motivated and inspired. When you are in the habit of writing regularly, it can be easier to come up with new ideas and to stay focused on your goals. This can be especially useful if you are using your blog as a creative outlet or as a way to share your expertise with others.

Finally, writing consistently can help to build your personal brand and reputation. By consistently sharing your thoughts and ideas with the world, you can establish yourself as a thought leader in your field and build a reputation for expertise and knowledge.

Overall, there are many benefits to writing consistently when maintaining a blog. By publishing fresh, relevant content on a regular basis, you can establish your blog as a reliable source of information, improve your writing skills, boost your search engine rankings, stay motivated and inspired, and build your personal brand and reputation.

This post among all the others is part of my plan to write every day of this year. So far I haven’t missed a day yet, and if I do happen to miss a day then I plan on publishing twice on the next day.

Some thoughts on Privacy in the age of Social Media.

Privacy on the internet has become a major concern for many people, especially as it relates to social media. Social media platforms collect a vast amount of personal information about their users, including their names, location, age, interests, and even their relationships. This information is often used to target users with advertisements and to build profiles of their habits and preferences.

One of the main concerns with privacy on social media is the lack of control that users have over their personal information. Once you share something on the internet, it can be nearly impossible to take it back. Even if you delete a post or account, there is still the potential for that information to be saved by someone else or to be cached by a search engine.

Another concern is the use of third-party tracking and profiling. Many social media platforms allow third-party companies to track user’s activity and use that information for targeted advertising. This means that even if you are careful about the information you share on social media, you could still be tracked and profiled based on your online activity.

There are steps that you can take to protect your privacy on social media. One of the most important is to be mindful of the information you share. Think carefully about what you post and consider whether you are comfortable with that information being publicly available. You should also be cautious about accepting friend requests or connections from people you do not know.

Another important step is to review your privacy settings on social media platforms. Most platforms allow you to customize your privacy settings to limit the information that is visible to others. You should also be careful about the apps and services you connect to your social media accounts, as these can also access your personal information.

Overall, it is important to be aware of the potential risks to your privacy on social media and to take steps to protect yourself. While it may not be possible to completely eliminate the risks, being proactive about your privacy can help you feel more secure when using social media.

Should Online Instructors ask their students what courses to make in the future?

There is something I see quite a bit online, and honestly, I am a bit perturbed by it. As an instructor, who will soon have some courses online, I don’t ask my students what I should study next to be able to teach them in the future. I believe as a teacher, or instructor, you should be the thought leader.

Now, in marketplaces such as Udemy and Skillshare, getting a feel for demand for a course is a wise idea. However, as someone who is a thought leader you should be able to anticipate the needs of your students beforehand. I can understand the reasons why some instructors do this as they don’t want to waste their time on creating a course that potentially will have no buyers.

Surveying your students about what they would like to learn next shouldn’t be your primary concern. Surveys’ amount to very little in the real world. Surveys don’t actually translate into sellable courses. What matters, and what should be the ultimate determinate of demand for your courses is how well they sell!

The old expression about “money talks” means quite a lot online.

Besides, if you are a true thought leader, you should be more concerned with creating an online curriculum that enhances every other course you make. By creating a curriculum, or a series of courses that can be tied together, you can in effect create more sales.

Anyways, this is something that has been bugging me for quite a while, and I had to get this off my chest and articulate my argument as best as I could! If you disagree with me, please don’t hesitate to let me know in the comments below!

Upcoming posts

Okay so now that I have restarted by my blog I wanted to let you know what is coming along so that you may know and hopefully let other’s know.

Book Reviews:

  • Getting Things Done
  • The Four Hour Body
  • Unleash the Giant Within
  • The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

Health and Fitness Articles:

More articles on why we get fat, various fitness products reviewed, and some general news if something major should come up.


  • Review of the Razor Naga mouse (possible??)
  • Review of Google Glass (if I am able to get one??)
  • Other reviews of anything that interests me

Anyways this is just a short post but some ideas that I have been floating around in my head and some articles I have already started so they should be on the way.