Why Monday Is Quiet On My Blog

Mondays are quiet for me because Sunday is my game day. At our Church:

  • 90% of the congregation are there on a Sunday
  • 90% of our visitors come on a Sunday
  • 100% of our income comes on a Sunday
  • 80% of our teaching is given on a Sunday
  • 70% of our pastoring work is done on a Sunday

Sunday is my favourite day of the week because everything from Monday to Saturday is building up – to Sunday.

When is your game day?

Archived Comments

  • I would love to say I have a “game day”, but I feel that unless you have a truly established audience at your website, there is not definite day people visit your site. I used to think Friday and Monday were my day, but that has recently changed overall I do not choose certain days to post ahead of others just because of certain variables!

  • I would love to say I have a “game day”, but I feel that unless you have a truly established audience at your website, there is not definite day people visit your site. I used to think Friday and Monday were my day, but that has recently changed overall I do not choose certain days to post ahead of others just because of certain variables!

  • Scott Gould

    I know a lot of bloggers will, as you’ve described, pick content for certain days and times when they will get more traffic. But as you are hinting towards, part of the nature of the web is that information is accessible all the time, and time is in some part an illusion.

    Do you think it’s possible to have a game day online?

  • Scott Gould

    I know a lot of bloggers will, as you’ve described, pick content for certain days and times when they will get more traffic. But as you are hinting towards, part of the nature of the web is that information is accessible all the time, and time is in some part an illusion.

    Do you think it’s possible to have a game day online?

  • I don’t necessarily think the idea of a “game day” holds true anymore, as you say information needs to be accessible at all times of the day, and in that respect I know if I write good content, and someone shares it via a social network or email I can have visitors joining the conversation at a later time, so there is never really a “good time to post” because the access to the article is mostly disjointed!

  • I don’t necessarily think the idea of a “game day” holds true anymore, as you say information needs to be accessible at all times of the day, and in that respect I know if I write good content, and someone shares it via a social network or email I can have visitors joining the conversation at a later time, so there is never really a “good time to post” because the access to the article is mostly disjointed!

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