How to make blogging a little less painful.

Oh, the ever-daunting task of BLOGGING. Of course, it’s critical. After all, it’s how photographers showcase their work. The trick is to figure out how can we make it a little less painful? Here’s how:

Schedule time. As small business owners, we have 394 balls in the air at all times. So, if something needs to get done, we are more than likely going to have to schedule time to do it. Keep the task in front of you by adding it to your workflow in Iris Works. Make it a habit, whether it’s a certain time of day or a certain time of week that you devote to blogging. Once you’re in the rhythm of blogging, you’ll be quickly reminded of the benefit to your business.

Find a software solution. There are plenty of software platforms out there, and your blogging life will vastly improve once you’ve started to use one. We are big fans of BlogStomp and know that using their software will take hours off of your blogging process. You’ll be up and running in no time AND they offer a free trial!

Love it? Tag it. When you have an “OMG, I love that image” moment while you’re editing late at night, tag the image in Lightroom. We suggest making it a five-star image right then and there and you can be sure not to forget it when it comes time to blog. Whatever system works for you, commit to it and make it happen.

You’re the experts and we’d love to hear what blogging tips work for you! Comment below to tell us ways that you’ve found to save time when blogging. 

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Molly Connor

Molly is the marketing and communications guru at Iris Works. She is also a long-time professional wedding photographer in the Indianapolis area. She is a lover of all dogs, but especially her sweet girl, Henry June, the Great Dane who frequents the Iris Works headquarters.

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