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Learn How to Measure Your Productivity

January 30, 2008

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Every blogger wants to be productive. If you have a blog, I’m sure you want to get things done without wasting time and have plenty of profits and benefits from the effort you put in. But sometimes we can find it hard to be productive and constantly put out great content and promote our blogs. We get wrapped up in reading other sites, playing online games, and checking our statistics too much – along with dozens of other non-productive things we do on a daily basis.

Wasting time is very easy to do, but if you want to work on being more productive, then MeasureProductivity.com is for you. They not only have some great articles on how to increase productivity, but they have some helpful productivity software as well. The full version of one license of the software is $60, but if you want to see if you like it first, then there’s a free 30 day trial you can download as well.

Basically the MeasureProductivity software helps you to self-examine how productive you are while on the computer. In case you get carried away, you can open the analysis and see how much time you have spent doing what. This way you can figure what you’re doing the most of, and you can work on correcting that problem and being more productive.

I can think of many ways how software like this can be helpful. If you’re a blogger, it can help you eliminate things you do that you don’t need to do and focus more on writing quality content and increasing your readerbase. You can keep a chart of how productive you’re being and keep up with everything you do. If you’re dedicated, then you would only see improvement in how much you get done.

So if you want to optimize the time you spend on certain tasks and increase your productivity, MeasureProductivity.com is an excellent resource for all your productivity measures, information, software, and more. If anything, go ahead and get that 30 day free trial!

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7 Responses to “Learn How to Measure Your Productivity”

  1. Essays on January 31st, 2008 1:06 am

    read ur review, i think i should propose this thing to my bosssince he’s always lookin for ways to improve productivity

  2. Koka Sexton on January 31st, 2008 10:53 am

    Thanks for another great post Tay.

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  3. Pete on January 31st, 2008 10:42 pm

    I think productivity shouldn’t be measured, as everyone’s thinking and action capacity is different. This will give a ballpark figure, but it’s all up to you to figure out how much quality you’re producing in x amount of time.

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  6. Tay on February 3rd, 2008 7:48 pm

    Essays,

    if you do decide to use it at work I hope it’s helpful to you. It’s very effective in figuring out what you do too much of on the computer, and in return you can think of how to save time for doing more important chores.

    Pete,

    good point and that is very true! However, productivity software lets you know what you’re doing on the computer so you can figure out if you’re being productive or not. Sometimes you won’t realize that you’re doing too much of something until you track it.

  7. Dave Origano on February 7th, 2008 11:28 am

    Hey Tay,

    great post there mate.

    Here’s something I discovered today that I’ve started to use immediately. Also helps a lot in terms of productivity.http://www.problogger.net/archives/2007/07/04/how-to-keep-momentum-going-on-your-blog-with-a-points-system/

    (Not my site, for sure!)

    -Dave

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