Here are a few tips based on what I’ve learned along the way by Kivi Leroux Miller
Sketch out an editorial calendar. Even if you don’t follow it exactly, it helps you keep on track with the kinds of things you want your blog to be known for.
Get help from guest bloggers. Try to publish a guest post about once a week. It takes some of the pressure off you and freshens up the voice of your blog.
Come up with some regular features. Create some regular "staples" in your blog, and stick with the theme. It’s one less post you have to get creative with and it creates things for readers to look forward to.
Get help with the blog admin. Ask them to manage your guest posting schedule, help format the guests posts, and creates the first drafts of your regular "staple" section. You can also ask them to brainstorm with you to come up with new ideas.
Make room to go with what strikes you. The easiest posts to write are the ones that you are emotional about in some way, whether it’s excited, or impressed, or annoyed. When the mood strikes, scrap what’s scheduled and write it!
Make it a habit.
Write ahead. When you know you are going to be traveling a lot, try to write several posts in advance of the publishing date on your editorial calendar. You can always bump them to a later date if something really timely comes up.
When in doubt, do a list post! Like this one.
Good Luck and Happy Blogging!
This information was pulled from Kivi's Nonprofit Communiations Blog: