5 Personal Writing Metrics To TrackTracking personal writing metrics can make you a more prolific writer. More importantly, it can also make you more money, especially if you combine your personal metrics with other marketing metrics to get insights that other content marketers don’t have.
I think tracking these types of things are smart, if for no other reason than to quantify how much time you're spending on one task versus another. For me there are often trade offs of industry reading, blogging and client work. So knowing how much time blogging takes is a good thing.
My one word of caution here is that being prolific doesn't mean you're being successful. Even if in the short-term you're making more money (If you're actually writing for money) the question becomes whether the demand for your content goes up or down?
Would taking more time and writing a better piece help you to raise prices in the future? (The answer in many ways is yes.)
So track these things but don't be a slave to them. #blogging #content