Monday, 9 November 2015

The Recipe for Posting Variety

Hey, bloggers!

Lately I've been trying to mix up the variety on my blog a bit more, but one of the things that I take the most pride in as a blogger is my variety of different posts.

I love variety. From a recent study I've been doing on a variety of different blogs, their comments, and what types of post they post, I've noticed that when you stick to one type of post/ layout, you slowly get less and less comments and people liking your blog.


Variety? You got it dude.
this was totally irrelevant but idc



Ready? Let's get into it!

First, add the flour. This is the type of post that's encompassed in your title, or like me, a reflection on your goals for the blog. For my blog, this is a lot of opinions, pep talks, aspirations and dreams. Click here to view an example :)

Then, add the butter. This includes your photography and your writing. Sometimes, blogs are missing photos or snippets of poetry and writing, and their blogs aren't quite as fulfilling as others. click here to check one out

Time to add sugar. You guessed it! DIYS and book reviews just add so much fun to your posts.
Click over here to see :)

Then, we've got the eggs. These are similar to the sugar, except these are of your own making! Fun posts, amusing jokes, optical illusions are all perfect for this category! Click over here to see one :) Eggs make everything stick together :)

Then, the salt. See, for the salt, a lot of people skip this because if you add too much, it ruins the recipe. These posts include advertisements for other blogs as well as blogger awards. A bit of salt posts add a nice touch to your blog, but if you add too much, less people will enjoy it. (click here to view one)

All of the parts of this recipe are important. But there can be loads more ingredients as well- for instance, is this type of post the baking powder? I don't know. You tell me.

Also, the quantities of each type of ingredient are up to you- which one matters most? It depends what kind of recipe you're creating.

Have fun!

-Oakstar

4 comments:

  1. Saved this on Bloglovin for future reference! You make finding interesting topics to blog about sound so easy ... I, too, have been loving the post variety on your blog recently :) xx

    Shine on,
    GirlRadio

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  2. A great recipe! I agree, a well-rounded blog is a good one that attracts readers.
    www.myhopefulpencil.blogspot.com

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  3. I'll definitely use this for reference!

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  4. What a cleaver post!! Going to check back in this for when I need ideas about what to post!

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