That's not what I said although it is a great example of what I'm talking about. You read the first few words and think it's my advice just as people start a blog and think it's just about writing a few posts.
My comment was that if they're not going to find the time to invest their blog it's the wrong tool for them to be using. The term blog sounds new, exciting, an easy way to get visibility but if they can't upload a post themselves they certainly aren't going to find the time to engage in discussions in the comments, venture into other blogs, build a reputation or even know what's hitting the mark to keep writing. These things are all critical to a blog actually bringing in value... Otherwise a traditional website is just fine.
The exception would be if they're going to hire you in a marketing / expertise capacity to build up their blog overall but that's far more than copying & pasting posts.