Loc: Austin area
|Posted: 1/19/2014 3:50:46 PM|
When you're reading blog posts about big projects (December Daily etc.), would you rather have 25 posts (one for each day), 4 or 5 posts (with 5 or so days in each post) or one big post with everything. Let's say, you know hypothetically, that you're posting your DD in February.
Related question. Would you rather read about a DD in February or read about it next December when the supplies aren't current?
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12 Project Life Pages (6 Layouts)
1 12x12 Page
1 December Daily Layout.
1 Pea, 2 Pea, Red Pea, Blue Pea
Loc: Seattle, WA, USA
|Posted: 1/19/2014 3:57:16 PM|I am overwhelmed by too many DD blog posts in December, so I welcome them in other months
I think you need to blog it how YOU want to, but personally I probably wouldn't read all 25 of someone's DD posts. I don't even read all of Ali E's posts about it
In 2012 when I actually completed DD, I did maybe 2-3 posts total. The final post had a slideshow you could click through with all the pages in it:
But again, it's YOUR blog so you should do what you want
Loc: Just a short drive from Nashville, TN! (Yee-Haw Ya'll!)
|Posted: 1/19/2014 4:12:59 PM|
I'm faced with the same dilemma because I'm finishing my DD up in January. I've decided to wait and share it in early November or even late October when we're all excited about it again. When I do, I'm going to post all the images in one post. I like seeing people post their pages daily but I also really like being able to go to one blog post and see the entire album.
Loc: Big Bear Lake, SoCal
|Posted: 1/19/2014 4:25:50 PM|
I think it's really up to you, but personally I showed two pages at a time and ended up with 18 posts. A lot of that was trying to keep up with posting on my website every day and keeping up with them as I was making them.