Do you post every day on your blog and/or social media?  #BookBloggerHop #bookish #discussionpost

The Book Blogger Hop was originally created by Jennifer @ Crazy-For-Books in March 2010 and ended on December 31, 2012. With Jennifer’s permission, Billy @ Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer relaunched the hop on February 15, 2013. Each week the hop will start on a Friday and end the following Thursday. There will be a weekly prompt featuring a book related question. The hop’s purpose is to give bloggers a chance to follow other blogs, learn about new books, befriend other bloggers, and receive new followers to their own blog.

Do you post every day on your blog and/or social media? 

(submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver’s Reviews)

Currently, I post on my blog every day but Saturday, and I post on Instagram Mon-Fri. I would like to be able to take the weekend off from the blog, like I do with Instagram, but I kind of like the Sunday Post.

I also looked at taking off on the days I work – which is Monday and Wednesday. It is possible. I could always add what I’m reading this week to my Sunday post and move my Monday review to Saturday. I’ll have to give that more thought though.

Do you post every day on your blog and/or social media? Or do you feel that it’s important to take a break?

42 Replies to “Do you post every day on your blog and/or social media?  #BookBloggerHop #bookish #discussionpost”

  1. I try to post no more than 2 or 3 times a week on my blog, I mostly tweet about blog posts, and I always forget about Instagram, I really suck at this 😂 For years, October has been the month I post every day because it’s my annual Orenda Books celebration, #Orentober, but it wipes me out every time.

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      1. I know, it’s all so time-consuming and at one point it stops being fun and starts being a chore, and what with work and the household and the garden, I have enough chores already 😂

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  2. I all depends if I have anything to say! 😂 Sometimes I post more days and other times I just do my WWW post and a review. I certainly used to blog a whole lot more, but I’ve chilled out a bit, so don’t feel the need to post everyday.

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  3. I used to post everyday except Sunday. Now that real life has shown up in a tough way, I’m lucky to get three days in since my reading has been impacted. It’s still my goal to post at least four days a week, which would mirror my reading goals.

    I’m in awe of you posting on two platforms. I’m only on Goodreads and my blog.

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  4. I usually post M, T, W, and Th with the occasional Friday on my blog. I’d like to post every day on Instagram, but it usually doesn’t happen. I try to give myself the weekends off.

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  5. I try to post everyday on my blog, but not all are reviews. I don’t stress if I miss a day. Somedays, I post more than once, it depends if I am behind in posting reviews. Either way, I post when I have something to say and don’t worry about it. I do not use instagram much at all, but my blog posts do cross post to twitter. I think it depends on what is going on in our lives. I do worry if someone I follow doesn’t post for a long time though, I miss their posts.

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  6. I don’t post every day. I have enough of a time posting about every other day as it is. I really want my blog to be more reviews than fillers, and because I read slowly, that wouldn’t be the case. But I have one blogging friend who posts not just every day, but at least one post a day! I don’t know how she does it. Sometimes she puts up three or four in one day!

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  7. I post everyday on Bookstagram but don’t comment on posts on a Saturday to give me some quality me and family time. I try and post on my blog every other day but again, I don’t blog hop on a Saturday! ❤️❤️

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  8. Nope! I try to post 5 days a week on Instagram but end up with only 4 and often 3 posts per week. For blog I try to post every alternate day leaving weekends off but I often publish only 2 post instead of intended 3 posts. I’m really moody and half the time I don’t have time. Everyday posts feels a lot now.

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  9. I don’t but because if I do it everyday, I would end up taking it too seriously instead of doing it for fun and I know I would get tired of it. I prefer to post around 3 times a week

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  10. I post every day, but am thinking about giving up my good morning posts. I enjoy them and love my blogging friends that check in. But I also worry I might be turning people off with those posts since they aren’t book related. Ugh, its not supposed to be this hard!🤷🤗📚💜

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  11. I post every day on my blog. I’m retired, so it’s easier for me. I sometimes post 2x in one day, but I like to keep it at once a day if possible.

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  12. I work full-time, so I usually post on the blog 3 – 4 times per week. I would like to have more followers on Instagram, but currently don’t have time for all the follow trains and to catch up with everyone’s posts. I do the best I can, and I hope to do better after I retire. I also need to get better at creating posts, reels, and stories.

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  13. I definitely don’t. I try to do two reviews a week, sometimes it’s just one, and I have a regular post on Mondays. But at the moment that’s it.

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  14. I used to post almost every day before I had a kid. Then it just became impossible. Now, I try to do Tuesday and Wednesday because I love interacting with so many bloggers. I have added in Sunday and sometimes Friday posts. I then just schedule my reviews randomly, haha. I’m sure, I’ll scale back a lot in June when I take some time off.

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    1. I can’t imagine doing this with two young ones, though I did start my first blog when my two were small – not babies but not in school full time. But you taking care of the little ones and getting some rest when you can is much more important than blogging 💕

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  15. I am very impressed with your blogging schedule, since I can barely manage one post per week. It’s fine to take a few days off now and then I think, that may prevent you from burning out. But I know you are very organised, which may make it easier.

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