Here at Organic By Nerve, we take our business very seriously. We campaign and market daily to PR companies, and are constantly in touch with both small, and well-established brands in regards to collaborating.
Nah, I’m just kidding, can you imagine? Hi, I’m Corinne. I’m currently studying Journalism at University and this, is my personal lifestyle blog.
I am not at all a professional, nor do I really know what I’m doing. But I do know that I am incredibly passionate about writing and creating content. This blog allows me to fulfil all of my passions, in one place; and I love it. So today I thought I’d share with you guys the behind the scenes exclusive, of how I put my posts together.
Naturally, we start in the beginning, with:
Stage 1: Deciding what to post. I usually have a notebook beside me with little scribbles of ideas that I’ve had. I will just flip through that until something really fits and feels right to write about.
Stage 2: I’m sat at my computer with the intention of writing. This particular stage is never really a set out routine, as it depends on the style of post as to whether or not I will be taking images at the same time, or if I already have them pre-taken.
Stage 3: Once the writing is out of the way, I will either take, or revisit the accompanying images. I will then do any editing that the images require, such as adding text.
Stage 4: Now the post is complete, and scheduled for posting at a later date.
Stage 5: On the day that the post is scheduled, once it is up, I will copy the url to the post itself, and share it on Facebook and Twitter. I don’t have a long and strained routine for sharing my posts, I simply share them, and I only share them once. I also know that every time a post is published, anyone that has subscribed with their e-mail address receives the post in their inbox.
And that’s it! As I have already said, doing this is really fun and fulfilling for me, and I love meeting new people through this platform. I’d also love to hear any recommendations any fellow bloggers would have as to how they share their posts, and how many times they feel is effective. So let me know in the comments if you’ve developed a routine that works for yours!