Offline Blog Managers
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Any blogger with a significant amount of content on his or her site should consider some kind of content management system. There are many different types, but offline blog managers offer some real advantages worth considering. In this article, we'll talk about those advantages and line up seven offline blog managers for your consideration.
There are millions of blogs on the web that are vying for the attentions of online readers. Some of them are big, and others small. Even between the sites with a high quality of content there can be a big gap in the sites' readership.
There are many factors that determine how popular a blog will be. Many of those factors are simply beyond the control of the managers of these sites. A few of them however, can be helped, and -- if you want your site to be successful -- should be worked on. One of the most direct things that can be done to improve the quality and popularity of a blog is properly managing your content.
I am not here, however to lecture you about the best way to set up a content release schedule, the importance of making an editorial calendar or the merits of having post templates to simplify the release of content. There are others much better qualified to do so. Today we are here to look at ways that you can manage the content of your blog while you are offline.
There are a few good reasons why you may want to consider an offline blog manager. Firstly, the idea that an Internet connection will be everywhere that you go is an unlikely one. If you have an offline blog manager you can prepare your posts when you do not have a connection. That perfect idea in your mind can be translated to reality and your site the next time you have a connection. It can be as you envisioned it initially without any of the loss of the quality of a new idea that often ensues when that idea has time to fade from your mind.
Secondly, an offline manager will allow you to hold a bank of unpublished posts without having a large list of pending posts on your hosting. Finally, if for some reason you have a problem with one of your posts, or even your entire site, accidentally disappearing, then you will already have an instant backup. If this happens, rather than rewriting and retyping each post, you will get to simply republish your content with a few button clicks.
Of course, choosing an offline manager is not something you should do lightly. You have a variety of options, both free and paid, that you can use to manage your site. Without any further ado, let's take a look at some of your better options.
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