The Great August Rebloggening Challenge
Do you find yourself going "man, I really should..." about your web presence?
Are your links a mess?
Was your "about" last updated in 1999?
Do you have a page which references "current" serials you can't even remember when you finished?
My Goal is 11 things a week.
* posting or scheduling 3x (or more) posts a week on blog and same on patreon (6)
* Patreon Xposts (I would like to get up to date; I’m counting 20 minutes of crossposting as One Thing.)
* Landing Page Landing Page – a summary and description of all of my settings so people have some idea where to start. Each new setting counts as one Thing.
* Thimbleful Posts – each two scheduled posts counts as one Thing.
So does each promo every Thursday (Masto/Twitter/Pinterest/Tumblr)
* Long-Form Stories page – needs to be fleshed out; it currently only has one long-form story on it! Each new story counts as One Thing.
* Promoting This – Any challenges I post to this counts as One Thing.
If I do one of each of those things listed above every week, that gets me to 12!
Oops, @DialMforMara@wandering.shop - There are too many Maras on my list. how many are you?
@aldersprig I don't know. I grew up knowing of one other Mara, and she was an NPR host
@DialMforMara@wandering.shop which reminds me, how do you pronounce it?
Same way as Mara Liasson the NPR host. Did not realize for many years that there were other pronunciations.
- At least 15 minutes of work each weekday.
- At least 1 hour of work total each weekend.
Stuff to do:
- Set up redirects from ankewehner.de to the same post on ankewehner.com, get the post public on ankewehner.com if it isn't.
- Upload images/sketches that are not on ankewehner.com yet (including writing image alts and such)
- Crosspost them elsewhere and link to the crossposts.
- Post new images, maybe also written stuff if I manage to write
The Wandering Shop is a Mastodon instance initially geared for the science fiction and fantasy community but open to anyone. We want our 'local' timeline to have the feel of a coffee shop at a good convention: tables full of friendly conversation on a wide variety of topics. We welcome everyone who wants to participate, so long as you're willing to abide by our code of conduct.