Write 30 Blog Posts

How Do I Manage To Write 30 Blog Posts In 30 Days? – Real Blog Challenge

This content ain’t for the beginner unless one wants to challenge oneself as a full-time blogger. Achieving the goal to write 30 blog posts in a month sounds like a back-breaking task.

But it’s actually not!

It is a game of time management. In the 1st 2-3 days of initiating this task, you’d understand what works better for you.

According to my understanding, I would rather prefer creating “blog-chains” instead of writing the post all alone on a topic.

1st Step Before Writing Any Post

  • Create a Blog Post Structure

For writing 30 blog posts in 30 days, you’ve got to make a solid structure of types of posts, decide ‘blog-chains and their length. Follow the chart below for a clear understanding:

For instance: Your Niche in ‘Real Estate’. This is how your blog chain should be:

Write 30 Blog Posts

In the above example, ‘Real Estate Australia’ is one of the PILLAR POSTS. And all other posts are connected and interlinked to navigate the reader to its chained posts. You may smartly incorporate these sub-posts, response-based posts, and other posts to your PILLAR POST respectively.

Understand The Types Of Posts

1. Query-Based / Responsive Post: This post type is completely based on a problem or a query that a user searches to find an appropriate solution. For instance, ‘How to pass Ezoic Monetization Test’ in the second attempt?

2. Listing Post: This is a common type of post that people search for a quick idea of the few best in the market. For instance, Best 5 WordPress Themes For Free

3. Review Post: If your blog is about reviewing products or services, you need to get familiar with writing a perfect review for a product. For example, IphoneSE12 vs. Samsung Flipbook13 Which One Should I Buy? You need to review both the products in a single review.

4. Comparison Post: This is similar to the review post. But within a comparison post, you can compare more than 5 products or services. And link each of them to a detailed review page. E.g. Compare Top 5 Video Editing Softwares

5. Pillar Post: This is one of the most popular posts: It is a comprehensively written post compared to all other posts. This post generally brings huge traffic to your site than other posts. For instance, Create an E-commerce Website Generating $4,172 Every Month

6. Data-Based: This post type is generally based on digits, time-frame, days, reports, or databases. For instance, Statistics for AustralianStreet.com year 2022

Now Structurize To Write 30 Blog Posts In 30 Days

Day Type Of Post Chained To Length Of Each Post Max. Hours To Research & Write Each Post
1

Query-Based

Listing Post

Both should be relevant & linked 800

1000

2.5 Hours

3 Hours

2

Pillar Post

First 2 sub-posts 1600 4 Hours
3

Data-Based

Query-Based

Any 2-3 previous posts 800

800

3 Hours

2.5 Hours

4

Rest or Research

5

Pillar Post

Any previous post 1800 4 Hours
6

Review Post

Comparison Post

Both should be relevant & linked 1000

800

3 Hours

3 Hours

7

Query-Based

Query-Based

Different but linked to other previous posts 1000

800

3 Hours

2.5 Hours

8

Pillar Post

Any previous post 2000 5 Hours
9

Listing Post

Review Post

Both should be relevant & linked 1000

1000

3 Hours

3 Hours

10

Query-Based

Data-Based

Both should be relevant & linked 1000

800

3 Hours

2.5 Hours

11

Rest or Research

12

Pillar Post

Any previous post 1800 4.5 Hours
13

Comparison Post

Any previous post & upcoming review post 1500 4.5 Hours
14

Review Post

Last comparison post & other posts 1500 4 Hours
15

Pillar Post

Any previous post 2200 5.5 Hours
16

Rest or Research

17

Query-Based

Listing Post

Both should be relevant & linked 800

1000

2.5 Hrs

3 Hrs

18

Pillar Post

Upcoming Query-Based Posts 2000 5 Hours
19

Query-Based

Query-Based

Last published pillar post & other posts 1200

800

4 Hrs

3 Hrs

20

Rest or Research

21

Data-Based

Previous Query-Based & Pillar Post 1500 4 Hours
22

Pillar Post

Any previous post 2200 5.5 Hrs

Hurrah! You just completed 30 posts within 22 days. I know it seems a bit hectic, but it is absolutely practical. You also got 4 rest or research days in between, which weren’t expected. 

2nd Method to Write 30 Blog Posts In 30 Days

You may find the 2nd method convenient as it has more resting and researching days, instead of working consistently. 

You need to write 2 blog posts on the first day and rest on the second day. Write 2 more on the 3rd day, rest on the 4th day, and vice versa. It sounds easy, but the day you’d be writing a post is going to be a back-breaking day. But the next day you can relax:) 

In this method, you’d be utilizing all 30 days including the resting ones.  

Guess what, I applied the same method to write 30 blog posts in a month. 

Note: The post you are reading right now is a ‘Data-based’ post type.

This is linked to its Pillar post ‘Blogging journey From 4 Weeks to 12 Months | Table – Starting a Blog‘.

Isn’t this interesting?

See a real example of a Pillar Post: Start a YouTube Channel This Year 

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