Rory, A Guy Called Bloke, is back at it again with more of his questions about blogging.
How many social networking platforms are you committed to for ‘social coverage’ for your written and published blog content?
None. I’m not active on any of the social media platforms. WordPress is it.
How far ahead do you have planned or scheduled content to be published on your blog or are you more of a ‘in the moment’ type of writer?
My FOWC with Fandango daily word prompts are typically scheduled up to two weeks in advance. Almost all of my other posts are “in the moment.”
How long are you ‘in/on’ your blog for daily?
That depends upon what else is going on in my life, but between composing my posts, proof reading them, making any necessary edits to them, and reading and commenting on other bloggers’ posts, I’d guess anywhere from three to seven hours a day.
Are the social niceties of being LIKED important to you?
“Social niceties”? I’m not sure I understand what this question is getting at. I’m happy when people read my posts, happier when people like them, and even more happy when people comment on them. But likes can be like pennies, not worth very much when people like a bunch of your posts in rapid fire succession, meaning that they probably clicked like without actually having read the posts. So I’ll echo what Rory said: Please Don’t Just Like For The Sake Of LIKING, But Only LIKE If You Really Do LIKE It!