It might not be smooth…
But it is getting done.
I’m a week behind on my update posts.
Yet my current streak is still alive.
From the outside, it might look like it’s hanging on by a thread.
However that’s not what’s going on. The truth is I’ve probably been consuming too much of Krown’s Crypto Cave and some of his risk management principles have found their way into my content management principles.
Basically, I’m doing a better job of “managing risk” on the time and energy I have available for my own content every week.
It’s might not be sexy but it has been effective so far.
Covered Content Calls
Once again, my weekly update is late.
And yet I’m still in the double digits. Not surprisingly, this is a product of Trusted Systems. By building a bank of content on standby I’m able to adjust quickly when my daily production time evaporates.
It happened with this post. And it has happened since.
Despite the occasion hiccup here or there, new Favorites and Heroes have been getting cranked out. I’ve been consistently rebuilding the Digital Footprint for my marketing agency. Various other updates have been put in across the website as well.
Now that I’m scheduling more, I’m even considering dropping these updates.
There are more valuable things I could write than this piece of crap post right now.
I’m also enjoying how much less stressful my Daily Content Challenge is with so much more scheduled out ahead of time. As things stand, Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday are the only days I am “forced” to produce new content for that day. Once I record a new batch of videos, that falls to Sunday only. At that point, it may be worth turning into a scheduled day as well.
Like the subtitle suggests, this gives me options. Relevant, considering Trading Options goes live tomorrow.
Almost everyday has a footprint update but that’s fine.
Social Media publishing needs to become a habit too.
We’ll see whether I see the need to drop these update posts. For now, I think they still have a bit of Inertia. Dropping them might be interesting to me come week 53. That would almost be a natural stopping point.
We shall see. For now, Zach’s pointless content challenge updates march on.
Zach Bradshaw’s Content Updates 7/14/19 – 7/20/19
Building out my Favorites is turning into a major source of joy.
Some of the build-out phases are a bit of a hassle. But I’ll fix that soon. I’m within a few weeks of getting the GSP team involved on this one.
Once that happens, I might even take a few weeks off of most else to work on this site.
It’s finally beginning to realize its real purposes.
Meanwhile, I’m consistently taking the necessary baby steps elsewhere.
Sunday July 21st, 2019
- Published Daily Content Challenge Week 35 Update Post | ZB.com
- Updated Money Page | ZB.com
- Updated Money Mastery Page | ZB.com
Monday June 24th, 2019
Tuesday June 25th, 2019
- Created Evolutionary Biology Page | ZB.com
- Updated Flickr Profile | ZB Flickr
- Created Greensboro SEO Pro Profile | GSP Flickr
Wednesday June 26th, 2019
Thursday June 27th, 2019
Friday June 28th, 2019
- Updated GreensboroSEOPro.com Footer | GSP.com
- Updated NC SEO Page | GSP.com
- Updated Jim Rohn Page
- Published Our Marketing Company Overview Post | GSP Medium
Saturday June 29th, 2019
- Updated Zach Bradshaw Official Board | GSP Pinterest
That actually looks pretty strong.
The minimum is one update per day.
This week averaged better than two.
No complaints here.
I’ll take it all.
It might not go as planned.
Still, it goes. That’s what’s important.
And taking an honest look, it’s hard to be mad about weeks like this—even if they are reported on a week late.
I’ve always valued a content production safety net for my clients. Now I’ve finally got one working for me. Albeit, it’s on a whole different scale from what I do for my clients. Daily content for them would be a nightmare, especially because we could produce crap posts like this one.
Baby steps though.
My content production is becoming better and more consistent.