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    Saturday, December 22, 2007

    Individual Blogger Style

    There are as many different ways to nurture the living thing that is a blog as there are people who write them.

    Do you set things up in advance, writing posts days ahead, fly by the seat of your pants, or ignore the blog entirely for months on end before posting again?

    Are you insistent on posting every day, faithfully once a week, or only when the mood strikes?

    Perhaps you are one of the uber-organized who set post outlines months in advance and fill them in as needed when you have a slow spot.

    So tell me, How do you blog?

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    3 comments:

    faithib said...

    I do some of both. I generally write when something happens or I need to vent or just to record a memory of what is going on in our lives, but I do have a list of articles and ideas for articles I'd like to write about that I've got started in word but just haven't finished yet.
    If I jot down the ideas than I won't lose it and can expand it when I have more time and it is a joy to do it.
    I also take pictures and weave stories around the pictures rather than take pictures to fit a story I already have.

    CGHill said...

    I have something every day: at least, I've had something every day since the last week of June 2000.

    At any given moment, I have one or two back-burner items waiting to be moved forward, reworded, cleaned up and posted.

    I don't, however, claim to be prolific; I claim to be unable to stay on topic. :)

    Rambleman said...

    "So tell me, How do you blog?"

    I fly by the seat of my pants, only posting when the 'mood' strikes me.