As I return to blogging and photography, I find myself looking at stats again.
Not my favorite thing. Mostly because I’m not doing this for the stats (thank goodness!), so sometimes it’s easy to get bogged down in the details and forget the bigger picture.
Since resuming posting here and on Flickr, I can’t seem to get a handle on when to post things. Some posts/pics do well with early morning posting times and others do better with a later publish time.
But I have yet to figure out when the best time to post is for me.
I generally schedule my posts to publish because I tend to write in batches. I won’t have anything to post one day and then the next I have 3 or 4 posts rattling around in my brain that I have to get out. So I have been playing around with the posting time to see what gets a better response.
After looking at stats again today, I’m stumped. Perhaps it’s because most of this is aimed at SL folks, who tend to be all over the world, which means all different time zones.
Perhaps it doesn’t matter.
Yep, that’s the answer I’m going with. 😛
2 thoughts on “Working out the Timing”
I agree. When I was pumping to up the readership of my blog I took Hamlet Au’s advice to have at least one article per day. It worked. As life got busier I stopped writing as much and readership dropped off. So, I think it is more about consistency than timing.
Consistency is something I need to work on as well. 😛
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