I've noticed that some of blogdom will only put up a post every other day or so. Others put up one every week or so. Some, like Flannery, put up something every day. Some are content to put up a new post once or twice a month.
Me, I operate in fits and spurts. I might go three weeks and I don't put up a thing, but then there are times like last night when I put up three posts.
I guess my real question is: Does anyone scroll down until they find something that they have read before, or do you just read whatever is on top and run with that?
While I act as editor for SZ tcob, I am not the sole contributor. I have an extensive staff that adds to our copy. Big Orange and I write the bulk of what you read, but Elizabeth, genn6, and Flannery contribute regularly. Raven has been on the payroll since I took over, yet she has never, not once, added one article in my memory.
This has caused some confusion in the past as to who has started a meme, and has been attributed to the wrong author, but that is of no consequence, just as long as we get some kind of answer, we are satisfied.
As Editor-In-Chief, I was just wondering. Do we need to limit our posts to one a day so that we can maximize our audience? I am just trying to maximize your time here at our little cyber-bar, as you really have better things to do than put up with our crap.
Please feel free to rant in the comments section, as I need all the input that I can get. We are trying to write what will interest our audience, but without input from our readers, we will continue with our randomly scheduled sh*t.
Please, this sight is for you. Tell us what you want to hear or we will be forced to provide the trifle that we have been dishing out for some time now. We take on all comers. Give us a challenge that you think we can't master and let us surprise you. Give us topics that you don't see tackled anywhere else and give us free reign, but as I put this to print, I am reminded of a few rules: it can't have nudity or too much foul language. This sight must be kept work friendly. These are not my rules. These are the rules of my contributors. Myself, I'd prefer T&A in every post, as well as creative uses of commonly accepted swear words, but this is not to be.
I must submit to my staff, as well as my reading audience, but please, give us something juicy that we can tackle for you, the most important person in the world, our readers.
Always keeping you in mind,