What’s that?

It’s a bird. It’s a  plane….no, it’s a moose behind a tree.  My last moose post didn’t do as well, but I’m hoping it was just because it got over looked. I say this, because I’ve got a few more moose post to come. I like my moose, but I know they’re not for everyone. With that,  today’s will be a short word post and now I will close.  Have a beautiful day and tomorrow.SONY DSC



Live, Laugh, Love, and let it ride.

Montana Rose Photograhy

2 thoughts on “What’s that?

  1. I could tell you why. But, then you’d know. 🙂 (I once had an agent tell me that when I asked why I hadn’t been paid my royalties.) Seriously, a lot of it has to do with timing. SEO experts say that you should publish at certain times and on certain days. I’m not sure about the hourly times if your audience is global, but I can say from good experience that Wednesday posts die a slow painful death. The second issue is also about your audience. My favorite picture on this page is the top one. What would happen if you cropped the right and left and turned it into a vertical and posted one big picture? That would be powerful. And, you’d surprise your readers who are used to seeing multiple pictures. — Ray

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    • I figured it probably had more to do with timing as I did post that picture a lot earlier than I normally post. I didn’t think about the Wednesday thing, but now that you mention. I will also try the picture thing. Change it up a bit, because I have been trying to figure out how to do that. Thank you so much for the tidbits. I really do appreciate it.

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