I am new to blogging ... I've been posting 2 to 3 times per week. I know many bloggers post daily, but I just don't always have anything especially meaningful to say everyday. (Or the time to post!) I guess I have the philosophy that if I don't have something really quality and helpful to post, I'd rather just not post instead of ramble.
Just wondering what other mom bloggers think about this. What are your thoughts about how often to post?
FYI -- My blog is at http://parentingconfessions.com. The name of it is "Coming Clean: Confessions of an Imperfect Parent." I'd love to get some new followers! ;0)
I try to post everyday, but don't always get the chance too. Today I got 2 posts done. I was excited about that. I don't worry if I don't get one post done everyday. Sometimes I go a full week without posting because of real life.
Right now I am posting about 4 times a week, sometimes less and sometimes more. I post when I have something to say or when I have the time to actually sit down and work through all of the randomness in my head and piece together a cohesive thought.
me to... post when I feel like it. Sometimes I post twice a day and then two days pass by and post again... But since I started this time, I haven't stopped for long.. I mean, parenting is full of experiences!
I post at least once a day. Usually, I have my posts already planned out. So, if I don't have anything to say one day, I pull a post that I have draft of and schedule it. This way, I am always writing ahead. It works so much better for me than trying to think of something say each day!
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