Frequency of Posts

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When I started this blog, I wasn’t sure just how often I planned on posting. I thought of trying to get myself in the routine of posting three times per week, with the possibility of a link roundup on Sunday. That hasn’t held true for this month, I’ve been going full tilt with daily posts. The reason for this was to quickly generate content on the new blog.

I want to throttle down for February and maintain a more relaxed pace. I’m still unsure of what the game plan is exactly, but wanted to get your input on the subject. Most, if not all, of the writing here is simply me rambling on about something that interests to me. Do you find this type of writing interesting enough to check out several times per week?

As the weather gets warmer (or warm at all here in PA) I’ll be mixing in more Photography and toning down the rambling. In addition I also want to mix in more reviews. While the route hasn’t been fully chosen just yet, you are more than welcome to stick around for the ride.

4 comments On Frequency of Posts

  • if 3 posts per week works for you then I say go for it. for me the more content the better. I just wonder where you find the time to do this side project with all the demands of stogie review. great job so far.

  • It’s definitely a tough line to walk. With Nice Tight Ash we toyed with 4 posts a week, and just didn’t think we could do it, especially in the winter, and settled on a Monday, Thursday, Sunday schedule, and tossing in a random post on other days if we feel like it. Like you said though, starting out you want to come out like a house on fire and publish every day. If I had time to smoke that many cigars, I’d probably post daily too.

  • Write as much as your feel comfortable with, Walt. I will definitely enjoy the photography entries, and I have no problem reading your daily ramblings, if daily is the route you’d like to take. I think I’m pretty open to whatever format you’d like to take. I’ve enjoyed this site so far, and I’m sure I’ll continue to enjoy it in the future.

  • Thanks for the comments guys. This blog has been more fun than work, I’m looking to see where it goes in the coming months.

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