How to Manage Multiple Tumblr Blogs
You are able to create additional Blogs other
than your primary one. Your additional
Blogs can also be password protected too, and able for use by multiple
users. This is great if you are using
your Tumblr account for business reasons.
You can give a Blog to each of your staff if you wish. If you fancy having a lot of Blogs then you
can simply click the “Create a Blog” link at the very top of your Tumblr
dashboard. If you want to get to your
other Blogs then click on your username, where you will find a lead to your
second Blog. Your primary Blog is always
going to be your default Blog.
Tumblr is very good for
helping you manage two or more blogs, which is why (I may be wrong) that there
are no Tumblr management tools that are very popular. The most powerful tool you have when managing
your blogs is how you use your time.
Time passes, and that's
it. What you can do is organize the
events of your life in relation to the time you have available. So it's all a matter of organization, a way
Be more productive
Lose less energy
Feel less stressed
Achieve your objectives
Finish what you start
Relate more positively with others
Feel better about yourself
What you need is to find
a strategy to better organize your time according to your personality, your
motivations and your self-discipline.
The better you organize your time then the better you will be able to
manage your Tumblr blogs.
Use a planning tool
A diary, an electronic
organizer, a spreadsheet or Google calendar: anything that can make you keep
track of your tasks wherever you are. An
online timer is always fun.
Keep track of how you
spend your time
Discuss how to spread
your time between friends, family, work and hobbies. That way you can budget the correct amount of
time needed to manage your Blogs. You
can plan to spend an hour on your blogs in your lunch break, safe in the
knowledge it will only take you 45 minutes.
Learn to distinguish what
is important from what is urgent. They
are not the same thing.
Intrusions (and the loss
Unexpected phone calls,
emails, unplanned meetings, customer visits. They are all threats to your
productivity. Jumping from one thing to another, with frequent interruptions,
is not good for your peace of mind. Organize these interruptions and try your
best to remain uninterrupted.
Do not delay. Whenever you have information at hand, make a
decision, plan then act.
Do not ask too much from
Organize your day into
blocks (slots). Do not put too much on
the agenda, you will just feel frustrated when you can’t handle them all.
If you can get someone
else to handle a blog or two it will take the pressure off you.
There is no study that
shows that multitasking is good. The fact that it makes you feel cool does not
mean they love your work.
Think of the health
Healthy people think
faster, move faster and spend less time in bed and on the toilet. Good health will buy you time in all