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April 04, 2011

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@LenaWest

@Jurrell: One way you can stay consistent even when you're busy with client work it to pre-write a few blog posts to "tide you over" when things get busy. This way you can keep blogging without losing your momentum.

@John: You asked for the main roadblock and then said "not enough time doesn't count", so I don't know what to tell you -- you just annexed the main reason.

Thanks to you both for reading and commenting.

Jurrell Kemp

I can't speak for everyone else but I normally post every three to four days unless my clients are stacked up because I run a company building websites but I love to blog and be socially involved at the same time but when I do post I don't like to fluff my content that much because to me that would be decreasing the value of it. trade good for great.

John Newland

Hi. For women getting into business blogging, what do you see as the main roadblock to posting 3-5 times per week? Not enough time doesn't count!

Thanks for all you do.
john

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