Three of my sites need more content, not a whole lot, but at least five to ten more article pages. Each article I write for those sites will be rewritten for my other brand new PLR site.
All of my sites could use some link building, but not the fast & furious, thousands in one day. More like, what's the term, 'drip-feeding' link building.
Meanwhile, I'm still doing my laminated bookmarks and transcription.
So what kind of a schedule would you do? Oh, and I'm not quite in the position to outsource much, if anything, just yet. Here and there I can outsource some of my content writing or link building, but not both, unless I get a couple of good sized bookmark orders or an influx of transcription requests. Then I'd have to outsource so I can do three or more things at once.
So what kind of a plan of attack should I take? Devote one day per site for six days and flex as needed around the bookmarks and transcription?
Or one "aspect" per day for each site; i.e., day one - link building for each site; day two - one content page for each site, etc.
I just don't know the best way to go about it for maximum efficiency. Some days I just sit here and go, "omg, where do I start?" then head over to pogo.com and play Bookworm so I don't have to think about it.
Thanks for any tips!