Internet down? Are you stressing out because you were planning to do so much work on your blog and now you cannot do anything?
Not true at all! Check out the ideas in this post so you can take the steps to improve your blog, even if you are working offline.
1. Write down or refine your blog purpose.
Why are you blogging? Who can you help and how can you help them? You’ll get better ideas about what to write in your blog and then you’ll send out a consistent message.
2. Finish writing that blog post that you never got to complete.
If you have a post started in a separate program (not stored online), great! You can now complete it. Or maybe you have a new idea and you can start a new topic in your favorite word processing software.
3. Prepare that email that you meant to sent out to your subscribers.
The same idea as with the blog post above: Write it in a separate document so it’ll be ready to send once the Internet is up.
4. Write up the plan for the next few months of blogging.
Jot down the titles only. You can easily come up with 20 titles, worth of about 4 months of blogging, depending on your scheduling plans.
5. Sort and prepare images for your future blog posts.
If you have a graphic tool on your computer (which does not need Internet connection), you can add some great text to them so they are all ready to go when you are writing your posts.
5+. Do whatever you want to relax and recharge.
So that when the Internet is back up, you are all happy and ready to go implement any of the first 5 tips.
What would you add to the list? Please leave me your tips in a comment!