The short answer is “a lot”.
This might be the least interesting answer. As a rule, you should write at least 150 words for your own blog (or a book for that matter) and that’s a minimum. If you find yourself with more than that, you should probably write longer posts. There’s a lot of great information you can get out of a blog post that you don’t get out of a five-paragraph blog post.
I use this rule pretty often when I write, but I never thought so much could be said on the topic of blogging. Just like the fact that I know I have a lot of writing in my repertoire but I never thought I would be writing any kind of blog, or that I could write at all.
The truth is that you can write a ton of great information by using a great blog post. The key to making the most of your blog posts is to write down the key information and put it in the most concise way you can. When you use your blog to your advantage, you can get all the great information you need from your posts. But I would argue that its more important to get the information down on paper.
It’s a good idea to write down the information you want to share in your blog posts. This helps you create a more focused blog. But I also think that you should also write down the information in your blog posts so that you can easily remember what to share when you do end up in the shower or on the couch. This way you can also easily share it with your friends and colleagues.
The more you know about what you’re going to write, the easier it is to write a blog post. It’s also important to write down your information in your blog posts so you can remember it. If you just go in and write the first thing you heard, you’re going to forget everything after that.
You can easily write a blog post in just 150 words. I know it seems like a lot but think of it this way, once you write a blog post, it’s all yours. You can start writing a blog post any time you like. You can even write blogs about topics you don’t have to write about today. You can blog about your new house, your favorite new restaurant, and your new workout routine. You can even blog about your dog if you like.
But once you start, you have to be patient. You have to wait patiently for the words to show up. You have to be contentedly waiting for the words, which is why I recommend writing blogs in small batches. It allows you to get a good idea of what you are going to write about and gives you something to look forward to once you start writing.
I like writing blogs in batches because I find that I have a better sense of what I am writing about as I write. Sometimes I can come up with a whole new story idea in a single sitting, and I can let my brain wander a bit. I like the idea of putting together a blog about something I really care about, so I don’t have to wait to complete my next blog post.
The other thing I like about batches is that I can write a blog about something I care about on one day, write a blog about something I dont care about on another day, and then start the blog about something I never wrote about on yet another day. That way I can get a sense of direction for the blog and also get to write about something I actually care about.