For most of this year I've been publishing every 36 hours, which has meant around 90 new posts to date in 2019. It's a rate and habit I'm pretty comfortable with. At the core of being able to publish with this consistency, I believe there are two key elements. 1. Finding a regular routine I… Continue reading 57 Fresh Ideas For Photography Blog Posts
As I’ve spoken about previously, aside from enjoying the writing and thinking out loud my blog provides, a major reason for having a blog at all is to create and grow a community of like minded people. I could just jump on an existing site or social media platform but I prefer to do things… Continue reading How To Support The Blogs And Communties You Love
This isn't a post title I anticipated writing when I began my 36 hours publishing experiment at the start of January. My intention with that experiment was twofold. First because I had 100 posts in draft and wanted to get more finished and published. And second to see if publishing at different times has an… Continue reading How To Double Your Blog’s Page Views In One Month
According to my WordPress dashboard, my last post was the 300th I've published on 35hunter. Not yet quite as many as my last blog, but a pleasing landmark nonetheless. And as I've talked about before, one of the best aspects of blogs is they create an ever growing body of work. The more articles you… Continue reading The First 300
Fellow bloggers, I expect a good few of you are, like me, fascinated with the stats and figures WordPress makes available to us too, to gauge how "successful" our blogs are. For a long time with 35hunter, I was most interested in visitors and page views. Surely, I thought, the more visits and page views… Continue reading Photo Blogging – What Does Success Look Like?