Here are some tips:
1. Come up with something interesting. If it interests you, it likely will interest others. Think about research topics or resources, interviews of other bloggers or researchers, or expand about a family line or brickwall ancestor you're researching.
2. Think how the topic could be extended over several blog posts. Start off small, maybe with three or four parts. As you get comfortable, you can write longer series.
3. Pre-write to keep the flow of your writing consistent with each part, and then schedule the posts to auto-publish ahead of time.
5. If you do stop mid-series for some reason, come back and finish.
Readers and other bloggers love series! We recognize the hard work and research a writer must go through to create one, and we always enjoy anticipating the next "episode."
I hope you've enjoyed my latest Tuesday Tips series, "Getting More Traffic to Your Blog." As always, I appreciate your comments. Please let me know what you liked about (or wished I done with) this series. Next week, I will begin a new series, "Frugal Genealogy," based on my much-requested presentation for other genealogical societies.
Other posts in this series:
Part One: Get Listed
Part Two: Participate
Part Three: Comment and Allow Comments
Part Four: Create a Profile
Part Five: Join Social Networking Sites
Part Six: The Redux
Part Seven: Check It
Part Eight: Learn
Part Nine: Bookmarks, Feeds, and Subscriptions
Part Ten: Using Your E-Mail to Advertise