Last week I allowed Inertia to push me along.

This week I did not.

This week I put a hard stop to my content streak.

And I made some much needed decisions about this Daily Content Challenge.

It’s served me well so far.

But recently I’ve come to realize that it needed more…

Acute Attention

Reviewing my business and branding Goals for 2019, I see that I’m doing well on some and poorly on others.

For example:

My original video goals are waaaaaay ahead of schedule.  On the other hand, I’m way behind on Greensboro SEO Pro case studies.

Out of nowhere, I decided to record a ton of videos.  That opened up some opportunities to schedule lot’s of content out.  I had the same opportunity with my Heroes and Favorites.  But I didn’t make use of it for some reason.

Expanding has grown into something of an obsession over the last six months.

I pumped out over 100 new pages—albeit mostly less than half complete.  I’ve spent 100s of hours working on design.  I’ve even published a few high-effort posts like Life Changing Habit #1: Become a Morning Person.

But the main thing:

Those 100+ of pages.

They could should have been scheduled and published over 100+ of days.

Not to mention, everything I’ve done so far could be more valuable with a better digital footprint to go with it.  The same could be said of Greensboro SEO Pro.

So guess “What?”

That’s coming.

I’m still not 100% concrete on the next phase of this challenge.

But so far, here’s what I’m thinking:

Prospective New Mandate

GSP Footprint Monday-Friday

Favorites/Heroes Updates Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

GSP Content New Content/Updates Wednesday & Friday

ZB Footprint Saturday

This would be the plan for  quarter three 2019.  From there, I may or may not make changes in quarter four.

The first goal would be go get a full quarter ahead.  My Heroes and Favorites should be pretty easy to get there.  I also have at least 10x as many SEO Tutorials in me as I have published online now.  At some point though, we need to complete how to posts for the rest of our Top Citation Sources and build out FAQ content for some of our individual marketing services.

Not to mention, I have over 100 unfinished drafts on both this site and

Hopefully, the next two quarters can lay the foundations for the majority of 2020 and allow some higher quality content to emerge sooner rather than later.

There are some real ninja things I want to do.


A lot to do before then…

But this Daily Content Challenge is slowly but surely bringing several of my visions to reality.

I could ask for nothing more.


Zach Bradshaw’s Content Updates 6/23/19 – 6/29/19

This week was a restart button.

Still a bit of the reboot phase left but it was a much needed pressure release and set up for the go at this thing.

Publishing content for 365 days straight ain’t no joke.  My respect for guys like Gary Vee and Seth Godin grows everyday of this challenge.

I am committed to become who I need to be to measure up to it.


My Week

Sunday June 23rd, 2019

Monday June 24th, 2019

Streak Broken.

Tuesday June 25th, 2019

Streak Broken.

Wednesday June 26th, 2019

Streak Broken.

Thursday June 27th, 2019

Friday June 28th, 2019

Saturday June 29th, 2019

Streak Broken.

Well below average in overall production.

Significant strides made nonetheless.

The last half of this year is going to be powerful.

(2019 is the year Greensboro SEO Pro takes its domination to a whole new level.)

I called last week a moving pit stop.

This week I changed all four tires and made a few adjustments.

We’re on a bit of a caution so I might come back in to make a few more over the next two or three laps.

It’s okay though.

This is a long term race.

And I’m in the driver’s seat.

If you’ve been watching me stumble through this challenge, you’ve seen what can happen when I hit the gas.

Eventually, I’ll exceed prior top speeds.  But that’s not what this next quarter is about.

This quarter sets me up for the win over the course of the Grand Prix that this challenge is.

This time next year, I expect to take the checkered flag.