The Blog Learning Curve: How to improve your results
There’s a blog learning curve: Your blogging results improve as your knowledge of blogging increases over time.In manufacturing, this is called the experience curve.
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10 Tricks To Smarter Blogging Based On Your Experience
There’s a blog learning curve: Your blogging results improve as your knowledge of blogging increases over time. In manufacturing, this is called the experience curve. Based on cost behavior analysis, it was developed in the 1960s by Bruce D. Henderson and the Boston Consulting Group (BCG).The 85% experience curve means that unit costs drop 15% from their original level with every doubling of output. While based on manufacturing, these 8 experience curve elements are adapted to improve your blogging learning curve.
- Increase efficiency. Members of your blogging team gain experience so that they know how to develop, craft and present optimal posts. As a result, they’re more confident and create shortcuts
- Improve blogging with standardization and specialization. By implementing processes such as