Your Schedule Going Forward #atozchallenge

We’re celebrating our Tenth Anniversary here at the April Blogging from A to Z Challenge.

#AtoZchallenge: The blog hop that made an online community by asking bloggers to spend the month of April using the English alphabet as inspiration for their posts. We’re glad you stopped by today.


It’ll all be over soon…

Do you get a little depressed knowing that the end of the A to Z Challenge is just over a week away? I mean, you’ve been through a month of pretty intensive blogging. If you’re not accustomed to posting every day, this can seem like a lot. Even if you are accustomed to posting every day, this can seem like a lot. On the other hand, some of you who aren’t accustomed to posting every day might be considering it, or at least posting more frequently than you have.

Whatever the case, the one thing you don’t want to do is stop. You’ve spent a month building up traffic on your blog. This is no time to just say “See you next year!” You want your readers to keep coming back, don’t you?

The key to keeping your readers coming back is consistency. You might only post on Wednesday (or every other Wednesday), but that’s enough if you let your readers know that you’ll have something new for them every (other) Wednesday.

So, decide what your posting schedule will be from May 1, 2019 until March 31, 2020. And remember, schedules can be changed if you discover that another day(s) works better, or if you feel you can add more days or have to cut back.

You’ve got good momentum going into the stretch. I hope we keep seeing you the rest of the year!


https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nZ7UupzB78MvJnraN9khkLJT3jM6uOP1LTDc8gaQluY

That’s the link to the Master List. You can find, and hop to, all the blogs officially participating on that sheet.

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Author: John Holton

Internet disc jockey, lover of old TV (especially the commercials), inveterate wise guy.

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