I can’t believe that we’ve made it to the end of the week already! This has been an awesome experience and I’m so glad that I was able to participate!
Today’s topic had me rather stumped. We were asked to “share tips on keeping book blogging exciting and unique to your vision for your blog.”. And well, I don’t really have any tips. I mean, i’m not exactly new to blogging, but I haven’t been very involved with it either. I’m way more interested to see what tips others have to offer and hopefully I can learn from them!
So, my final question is: what is you biggest tip to a newish blogger like me? Someone who has kinda started and isn’t totally green, but is looking to improve both the blog and the relationship with the bookish community as a whole?
And while waiting for answers to that, what I would like to touch on is what I see as being my vision or my plan for my blog going forward. I’ve been struggling to find a good balance between memes, reviews and original posts. I think I’ve finally settled into a rhythm I’d like to keep up. So, my plan (for now anyway) is:
Two – Three Reviews a week (depends on how quickly I read)
Sticking to the following memos (for now): What I’m Reading, Top Ten Tuesday, Waiting on Wednesday and Throwback Thursday.
At least one original content post each week, kind of a mini essay talking about something in the booking world that interests me. (I’d be interested in topic suggestions for these posts, so if you have any send ’em my way!)
Hopefully this “schedule” I’ve set for myself will help me keep a solid handle on my blog and ensure that I update frequently, but with quality content. Does anyone else set up a schedule for themselves like this? And if so, has it worked for you?
Thanks everyone for making this Armchair BEA spectacular! I hope some of you will stick around and cntinue to read my blog even though the week is over. 🙂