How do you manage multiple blogs and social media daily along with daily task?

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I currently have 5 blogs going that are not essentially profit driven but all have a purpose to something I am doing. (for instance 2 of them are for physical/online business i have, one is something with a buddy, another one is for my girlfriend and the 5th is basically just a daily journal type blog)

So my questions is with running 5 blogs, along with the Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Google + of each one how does everyone keep up and manage it along with your daily jobs, task, etc?

My goal is too post at least 2 articles per week to each blog minimum, but post on social media daily.

Just looking for any organizational tips or tricks to help maintain the process. Thanks
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    • Profile picture of the author JustinG30
      Wow what an amazing answer. I can't believe you thought of that all on your own.
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      • Profile picture of the author agmccall
        Originally Posted by JustinG30 View Post

        Wow what an amazing answer. I can't believe you thought of that all on your own.
        With princess, believe it

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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    You need to get organized. Nobody can tell you how. Everyone is different and they approach things in different ways. For me, I plan my work and work my plan

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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    Good for you Justin!

    Make sure you have FUN with all those blogs and social. That energy makes things pop.

    Then, work in 10 to 30 minute chunks. Do 1 thing during each stretch. Drop everything when time expires. Move on.

    This is 1 way I wrote 90 eBooks in 3 months. The energy, and the drop

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  • Profile picture of the author JohnVianny
    Why dont you outsource some of them to a freelancer?
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  • Profile picture of the author gingerninjas
    Hi Justin,

    I would suggest outsourcing some blogs to be written for the blogs that you can outsource - perhaps provide some topics to a freelancer and get them to write them for you and then you can tweak them to be more in your style, obviously the ones that are more personal you would need to continue working on yourself.

    If your goal is to write 10 blogs in total per week plus all the social media posts that go with it, I would suggest either taking down a couple and combining them for the sake of time or putting aside the weekend for a few weeks to write a few months worth of posts and blogs so you have a bank of these.

    I think if you're struggling with being organised you might try the following:

    - Blogs usually take me 45 minutes to write. Then I leave them for a day and go back to them, edit, rework and publish. If you are going to do this for 10 blogs you are looking at about 10 hours of work each week, so either decide which blogs can be monetised and which ones just aren't worth your time right now.

    As for the social media posts, i would set up a program like Hootsuite or similar that can schedule posts across a range of platforms. You should also write as many of these social media posts in advance. I usually write client's posts the month before the 1st of every month and then add in anything that is current throughout the month, this saves me about 4 hours a month per account.

    Doing 5 blogs that are profit driven plus the social media is a massive task, and if you're not naturally an organised person no amount of tricks or tips can make you be.

    My suggestion, drop some of the blogs and focus on 2 that you're most passionate about.
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  • Profile picture of the author norahwhitlow
    Right now Im running one personal blog and one affiliate page. I've gotta put only 2 things into my priority (i used to have a lot more), I take turn to do each page each day, for ex today i work on my blog the whole tomorrow Im working on my affiliate site. Right now it works for me and i see much of my works progress than before. What I mean here is youve gotta need to 1, be very focused and succinct at one time and 2, commit to a working schedule.
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  • Profile picture of the author gooroo
    Are you sure posting a total of 10 articles every week is worth it? Unlikely you'll be able to maintain the high quality this way.

    You can ask some friends or people that are working on those blogs with you to help you write the articles and maybe they can write some of their own.

    There isn't really anything you can do to help you manage this amount of work, if you're aiming to write 10 articles a week then you just work.. a lot.
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