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Thoughts #54: Past Post Love

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Do you ever spend ages working on a post, and then are a bit disappointed by the response? Maybe it doesn’t receive as many comments or views as you wanted, or maybe your readers don’t seem as enthused as you expected. Or perhaps there are posts you wrote a long time ago, which were popular at the time but have since quietened down – but you’re proud of them and want more people to read them. Your best content shouldn’t just disappear, it should be there for all readers to find. That’s why today I wanted to share some past post love – linking to some of my most popular posts from the past, or ones I’m most proud of.

I hope that these pique your interest! Do you have any old posts of your own you would like to share?

If you post something similar to this on your blog, let me know so I can check it out! 🙂

4 thoughts on “Thoughts #54: Past Post Love”

  1. This is such a good idea! I have a few posts that I put a lot of time and effort into that didn’t quite get the attention I would have liked even with tweeting out links and commenting around, so this kind of post may be something that I might do on my blog in the future 🙂

    1. Definitely go for it! I bet there’s loads of great stuff that’s just been pushed to the side by newer posts, and it all deserves attention 😀

  2. I love what you did here, I will share this idea. I was just here looking for some good fantasy book reviews but this caught my attention. I have found so many good reads this summer already, currently Ajax Minor’s Sun Valley Moon Mountains. This book is my favorite read of my year so far. Brilliant! Great books, great posts can life get any better?

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