A blog is not a commitment to frequency or volume says Fiona Voss, it’s a place to have the ability to share whenever that urge may strike you.

Why make it a blog, and not just a web page? Because if you have one thing you want to share with the world right now, chances are, eventually you’ll have another one, even if it takes a year or two. And next time, if you’ve already gone through the whole process of getting a blog online, it will be that much easier to publish your second post, and you’ll have a nice index of both your posts without any extra work. (Also, if you’re only posting once a year or so, it’s really handy for your readers if you have an RSS feed they can subscribe to.)

H/T Frank Meeuwsen

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A while ago I came across Emily Nakashima’s blog Honkathon, and there were two things that made an impression on me. The first was her post about sunset testing. The second was her posting frequency. Six posts in six years. I was impressed.
I’m not kidding……

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