We all interact with the blogging world a little differently. In yesterday's post, How do you follow, I asked people to answer a a few survey questions about how they follow other blogs. Here are the results, based on 24 responses: Question 1: How many blogs do you follow? <100: 25%100-499: 50%500-1000: 8.3%>1000: 16.7% Question 2: Do… Continue reading How Do You Follow? – Survey Results
We all interact with the blogging world a little differently. I really don't know much about how the "average" blogger does things, so I thought I'd do a little survey. It's a basic Google Form, and here's the link: https://forms.gle/Mkh5mhTSShCQU1Zx6 The questions are: How many blogs do you follow? (i.e. blogs you follow, not people… Continue reading How Do You Follow?
Lately I've been getting quite a few notifications each day about people interacting with some of my older blog content. In fancy internet parlance, this is a sign of "evergreen content", material that's still good long after it's published. That's great, but it makes me curious how it happens. New content is easy enough to… Continue reading Evergreen Blogging and the WordPress Reader