“Courage is the most important of all the virtues because without courage, you can’t practice any other virtue consistently.”
When you looked in the mirror today, what did you see? Did you see someone that can make a difference in this world? You are someone that can not only survive, but you can thrive and be a source of strength for others.
And always remember…..you are never alone. Not ever.
When I first starting blogging there was a blogger that posted the same post, multiple times every day. I mean the same post, about 20 times in one day! I timed it once and it was about once every 25 minutes. Wow! Or I should say, ugh!
Not only was it aggravating but it literally clogged up my reader or hindered me from seeing other posts from other bloggers. He’s no longer around but I’m still here.
There was also a young blogger that chose one day to post 30 different works! What?? Each was different but the same thing happened with my reader getting flooded and clogged. It seems this blogger actually wanted readers to stop following her. Yes, I know…..strange indeed.
I could tell you some stories! Any who…..
So what is a good number for posting? I post once a day, usually in the morning, and on rare occasions (very rare) one in the late afternoon. I’m not able to post every day though. Many of us follow this pattern however some choose less often, maybe 1-2 times in a week.
It depends on you. Remember though to be considerate of your readers! I know several bloggers that post 2-3 times in a day, and it works beautifully.
If you post 6-8 times in a day, then your work has to be exceptional for me to follow you. I know someone that does this, and their work is exceptional!
I don’t like reposting, but I use this sparingly for several reasons:
I don’t have anything new for that day, and yet I want to keep my site active.
With social media trends I’m giving my readers a second chance if they didn’t see it the first time around.
I’m not on social media in order to share it there.
And I also care about my work and want it to do well.
Remember to use this sparingly. Your readers will appreciate it!
Have a great time blogging and thank you for reading!