7 Things That World-class Bloggers Do to Improve Their Content Marketing Efforts by Neil Patel


One of the best ways for bloggers to get better at their craft is to follow the example of those who are at the top of their game. I’ve been privileged to work with some amazing bloggers. I’ve also spent years analyzing some of the most successful people in the industry. Here are some of the most outstanding characteristics of these bloggers. These are examples worth following.

1. World-class bloggers focus on being productive.

If you can become more productive, then you can become a better blogger. Here is a framework for boosting productivity as you develop your blogging skills:

Use the right tools. Tools like Trello cut the complexity from planning tasks and make it easy to manage a multilayered project like Blogging.

Form the right strategy. A high state of productivity starts with the right foundation – your content strategy. Make sure you have a clear and defined strategy before attempting to simply “be productive.”

Find your roadblocks. Understand the events, people, or issues that prevent you from being productive. Then, remove them.

Follow the right systems. Everyone has different systems for productivity Whether you follow Getting Things Done (GTD) or Pomodoro doesn’t matter. What does matter is that you have a method for accomplishing tasks and staying productive.
I believe that the foundation for becoming a world-class blogger is formed by becoming highly productive. Once you build this foundation, you’re ready to soar.

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