Bad day to post?

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Is there a bad day to post?

 

This is an interesting question.

 

Myself, I think that it doesn’t matter. A good post is a good post. It will have an impact every day of the week.

 

I like to post on every Monday. It feels great to start a new week with a new post.

 

For the past 25 days, I posted every day. Here on “From mage mind” and on other blogs around the web.

 

Some are saying that Monday and Tuesday are the best day to post on your blog. In reality, a lot of people will read your post a week after you put it there. If your title is great and your post interesting, then people will read them as they see them.

 

The best readers are the ones who are following you. They will not read your post as you put them online, but most of them will come back later to take a look.

 

What do you think about that? Do you keep data on when you get the most response to your post?

 

Author: mage1999

About Serge ‘Mage’ Cote Why do I write? I believe in the butterfly effect. As small my influence may be on the planet, it is still influence. I want to orient it for better. I write my book with the idea of bringing something good into this world. “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” – Edmund Burke I want my books to be a good place to be. A place that you visit often and feel good about it. I want my books to bring good energy, so the readers will take action to make this world a better place. I want my books to guide those who don’t know why they feel so bad about their life. I want my books to be there after I’ll be gone. I want people to come back to them and use them in a positive way. “The greatest use of a life is to spend it on something that will outlast it.” – William James

22 thoughts on “Bad day to post?”

    1. Yes, you have a great way to do blogging. I think that we should always post when we feel we should. The stats are just that, stats… For me, my best post are those who gets the best comments. 🙂

      Thanks a lot for the great comment!

      Have a great day! 🙂

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    1. Yes, we remember the ones who engage in conversation. I just hope to send something good into the world that people will use to think and do something good themselves too. Thanks for the comment. Have a great day! 🙂

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  1. I don’t think it matters much, and I don’t pay attention to the variations. Posting days are based on a lot of variables including other non-blog commitments. I agree that if content is worth reading, folks will stop by to read. 🙂

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  2. Wednesdays are when I get the most views, usually because I write a post and participate in the Wednesday WordPress photo challenge. I find that participants in photo challenges look at more photo challenge posts than they do other types of posts.

    I write about all sorts of things, in various styles. Obviously some types of my posts appeal to people more than others. My followers represent a diverse group of people, so I don’t have crowds for one type of niche. My regulars read almost everything I write. They are so sweet!

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    1. Being followed is great, but getting read is a lot better. It’s better to have 50 peoples that read your post then 500 followers that don’t. I can’t read everything I get, but I do my best to read most of it. I think that we can learn something from everything we read (online or offline).

      Thanks a lot for the great comment!

      Have a great day! 🙂

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  3. I try to be very routine. 800 a small devotional. 12oo my Just a Thought. 300 pm a funny meme. Finally around 500 Pm I repost somebody elses blog(unless its Wed then I post our last Wed evening Bible Study. Sundays I only post the morning and evening services from the week before. I do believe readers love routine from blogs they read, in that all the time they can expect a certain thing and come to look for it. Just my thoughts!

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    1. Thanks a lot for the great comment.
      Yes, blog should always be around a few subjects. It’s easier to follow when you expect what is coming. I like to keep my post around a few subject that I really like to write about.
      Keep up the good work! Have a great day. 🙂

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  4. I post Mondays & Wednesdays. I’ve seen best results when people stop by and read, comment, and like on those days.

    Your right about something. Titles are what capture people’s attention and direct more traffic.

    You have great perspectives my new friend.

    I’m currently following your page by the way.

    Also, how did you come across my poem? curious.

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  5. Although I have been blogging for more than seven years, I still feel I am a beginner. I am a retired journalist, men’s magazines, paperback books, Reuters newswire and finally an internal financial house publication. I wrote about financial markets for over 30 years, so I know that biz. Like I said, I am a relative newbie at blogging. I think my stuff reads more like journalism than blogging, but, not so sure. I work on putting out what I think will be useful for my readers who want to live a long, healthy life and with their brain functioning well at the end. So, I have been writing about health now for going on eight years. I work on putting out one item every day. When I produce more than one, I ’embargo’ it for just after midnight the next day. I think readers should expect to see something new pretty much daily, but that is just my opinion, FWIW. If you write about stuff that is important to you, I think you have a good shot at it being interesting and important to someone else. Best of luck!

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