My content publishing just reached a new low on the two-week chart.
It’s really just a product of my unconditional focus on my online marketing business.
I’m turning everything in my business into a step by step process.
For now though, it means that this website is the only one currently publishing content.
Plus, almost everything to do with my Digital Footprint is back to a standstill.
Still though, it ain’t all bad.
“Passive” Content Production
So here I am again, knocking out two weekly updates in one day.
I’m not mad about it though.
In the last two weeks, I will have only published seven pieces of new content.
That is easily the least amount in any two week period since Daily Content Challenge Week 1.
However, I didn’t have to do anything (this week) for six of those pages to get published.
If I stopped all content efforts right now, I’d still have three new pages published per week into the middle of November.
Hello Daily Content Challenge Anniversary!
Thing is, I can’t stop creating new content for myself. The buildup of new Favorites and Heroes in my brain is becoming painful. I cannot wait to tear through my SEO, WordPress, Credit Cards, and Playing Markets silos! By the end of this year, I will probably have new Heroes and Favorites pages mapped out through the end of 2020.
That will put me at a baseline of 3 new pieces of content per week for the next five quarters and change.
From there, I will be able to layer an advanced version of the same system on top of it for Greensboro SEO Pro. It’s foundations are already being lain now. The refinement of my processes will result in an explosion of marketing services pages. The girth of this content will probably bleed over into Local Wildfire and Know It All Copy.
Do the work once, get paid every month.
Automating what you can and Batching everything else isn’t quite the same thing. But I’ve optimized my system to the point that I only have to worry about creating and organizing the topics I’m learning about. I leave the organization and management to my Project Management Software and Marketing Team.
So far, it’s giving me the freedom to know that even if I don’t create anything for myself, my mini media machine will keep chugging along.
Zach Bradshaw’s Content Updates 9/1/19 – 9/7/19
There isn’t much to say about this one.
ZachBradshaw.com is the only of my sites that got any love.
At least that is true on the front end.
There are definitely still big things bubbling under the surface. But it’s deafeningly quiet on most fronts now.
That’s fine for now. I can promise you it won’t last forever.
Sunday September 1st, 2019
Monday September 2nd, 2019
- Created Monetary Systems Page | ZB.com
Tuesday September 3rd, 2019
- Created Ethereum Page | ZB.com
Wednesday September 4th, 2019
Thursday September 5th, 2019
- Created Immature Markets Page | ZB.com
Friday September 6th, 2019
Saturday September 7th, 2019
- Updated Gender Equality Page | ZB.com
Still prettier than this same time last year…
… And the year before.
… And the year before that.
In the history of Zach Bradshaw, this week was still top 1% in terms of total content publishing.
Put that way, it actually looks pretty decent.
Shallow, duplicate content?
I simply don’t care.
Tell ’em Uncle G:
I’m laying the groundwork for a 30-Year Plan.
Starting with a skeleton is fine. Once I add the meat to it, it’s going to be a monster.
If you’re reading this?
It ain’t pretty. It ain’t gonna’ be for awhile.
Eventually though, this crusty ol’ caterpillar of a site will transform into a beautiful butterfly.
If you’re suffering through this, you might as well stick around to see that.
If not though, I understand why.
Nonetheless, thanks for reading this one!