Pros And Cons Of Doing The 100 Blogs In 100 Days Challenge

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Day 6 of 100 blogs in 100 days challenge

Today's musings

What are the pros and cons of doing 100 blog posts in 100 days?:


  • It might boost my Google rankings
  • It may help people get to know me, they may like me, and be more inclined to do business with me
  • It's forcing me to come up with ideas
  • It's forcing me to practice my writing skills
  • I might be able to create a talk out of it
  • I might learn some unexpected stuff
  • I am becoming more aware of how readable/unreadable blogs are
  • Even if they are short posts I can come back and add to them, and they will increase in value as an asset on the website


  • It may be a waste of time, nothing may come of it
  • It's time consuming
  • It may help people get to know me, they may dislike me, and be less inclined to do business with me
  • Trying to publish something every day, it could get sloppy, and give a bad impression
  • Writing feels rushed
  • Adds to stress when I already have too much to do

Well it's still early days yet. This is day 6.

But at the moment I am feeling the pressure. What on earth I'm I going to write about next?

And what have I been doing today?

  • 3 hours 6 minutes building and validating forms
  • 2 hours 8 minutes working on Google Adwords
  • 1 hour 54 minutes working on my networking group
  • 1 hour 53 minutes journal entries, doing graphics, restructuring content
  • 1 hour 29 minutes on twitter and networking forums
  • 38 minutes doing business admin

Today's total: 11 hours 11 minutes

I spent more time than I planned on my own website because I realised that the heading tags h1, h2, h3 could be better structured. Google likes well structured and hierarchical headings. That took an hour that I hadn't banked on.

I think I need to spend less time on twitter and the networking forums. Tomorrow I should limit myself to 15 minutes on twitter before lunch and 15 in the afternoon.

Tomorrow I want to try and finish the dynamic forms I am building for a client. Then if I do that I have an idea for the journal involving some colourful graphics.

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Mike Nuttall

Author: Mike Nuttall

Mike has been web designing, programming and building web applications in Leeds for many years. He founded Onsitenow in 2009 and has been helping clients turn business ideas into on-line reality ever since. Mike can be followed on Twitter and has a profile on Google+.