I’ve been on a roll lately with my blog posts, but I may plan on posting less frequently from now on (maybe).

I’ve been posting once or twice a day for the past two weeks, mainly because I’ve always had so many thoughts on so many anime related media, and only now was I able to express them on a daily basis. I also have a bunch of monthly series for manga and seasonal anime. However, my concern is am I disallowing some posts I am proud of from being noticed? Are my posts to often and my blog still too small to maintain a daily readership?

I do love my weekly reactionary posts to Wotakoi (which is not leaving until that show is over), as well as just whatever anime related thing I did, such as my new Manga Eats series and shogi posts.

At the same time, I’ve always wanted to be incredibly in-depth with my analysis like the video essayists that inspire me such as SuperEyePatchWolf and Under The Scope.

I would like to ask some advice from all of you as fellow bloggers, as I am a bit torn between providing content I love and shorter but also easier content.

3 thoughts on “I’ve been on a roll lately with my blog posts, but I may plan on posting less frequently from now on (maybe).

  1. This is a great question and I’m not sure what the answer is myself.
    I’ve notice that some of the biggest blogs will repost certain posts several times in the span of a few days, maybe that’s how you can make sure that your special posts don’t get buried.
    This said, I’ve never used the strategy myself because I’m afraid it would annoy my readers.

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  2. “Are my posts to often and my blog still too small to maintain a daily readership?”

    With 1k+ followers, you’re not small… That’s pretty good sized for an anime blog.

    That being said, it’s all about content you love. Otherwise, it becomes a chore.

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  3. I think you need to write what you want to write. As a daily poster, I know some of my posts do get buried and overlooked, but other posts I don’t expect to get much attention suddenly spike. It is hard to know what readers will end up hooked on. That said, a lot of my readers know that my feature posts come out on Friday and if they are interested in the longer content and not a review, they know that’s when it will be available. So having a schedule for those sorts of posts can help your readers out.

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