Filed under: News with tags: FAQ
I’ve been contacted a few times by visitors via the contact form who have asked if I follow any sort of schedule when it comes to posting.
The short answer? Yes. And no.
I know, it’s confusing, but if I do a little breakdown, maybe it’ll make things more clear.
Just an example of when posts generally go up:
- Blythe On A Budget, which is a weekly article column, used to be sporadic in terms of which day it went up, now it’s pretty much set onto Wednesdays.
- Interviews generally go up either on the first of a month or on a weekend.
- Contests last for a week, unless otherwise arranged with the person providing the prize, I announce the winners the day after the contest ends.
I aim for about 3 posts per week: Blythe On A Budget, maybe some of my musings, other site news or contests or articles or just things that I think should be mentioned. I always welcome guest posts! If you’re interested in contributing to BlytheLife.com, you can check out more information here for general contributions and the ways you can give back and the guidelines for writing articles. Some weeks obviously have less than 3 posts and there is the occasional week where there are more 3, it does vary quite a bit. I don’t blog daily due to other commitments and time constraints. Any non-giveaway or interview posts will generally go up on Mondays, Wednesdays or Fridays.
The best way to know when there are new posts is to either follow @blythelifecom on Twitter (all new blog entries are tweeted there with a link!) or to follow the BlytheLife.com RSS feed – you can use your RSS reader of choice when following via the RSS feed.
You can also access BlytheLife.com on your mobile phone, if you have data/wifi access, as I’ve installed a plugin that allows you to view the website in a mobile-friendly version while catching up on all the latest news – the URL for the mobile version is the same as the one you entered to get here.