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two blogs or not two blogs

that is the question...
Farmer Jon here - Our most recent posts bring to light an interesting contrast of topics on the blog. I should preface this conversation by saying there's nothing wrong with a little variety. In fact our whole farming operation is based on the health and sustainability of proper diversity. However, it got us thinking about whether, for the benefit of the reader, we should have two blogs. One for Jamie's projects and ponderings and one for farm updates and happenings. That's not to say that Jamie won't post on the farm blog and that I won't pop on Jamie's blog with updates on my latest knitting project. OK, so the latter isn't very likely but I will occasionally strike up a conversation on pertinent social issues.

We are in the process of having someone make a logo for the farm (and it looks AWESOME). We've posted the draft versions on our Facebook page, just click here if you'd like to see.  Which means, we will be working on a farm website in the near future. And with a farm website, comes the opportunity to incorporate a new farm blog. I know you're probably thinking that we don't post enough on one blog, as it is, let alone two. And that's fair. But I think that will help us to generate more content.

Please, give us your opinions on this. We would love to get your feedback. In fact, we'd love to get your feedback all the time. We really want this to become an interactive experience for all. If you don't feel comfortable posting, you can always email us: girlonafarm@gmail.com.

Anonymous –   – (November 28, 2011 at 11:38 AM)  

Having had several blogs at various times, I had the exact opposite experience you're hoping for. It was harder to generate content, rather than simpler. I think having all the content in one place helps readers see the real people behind the posts, which is always a good thing.

agirlonafarm  – (November 28, 2011 at 8:00 PM)  

Thank you for your opinion, we appreciate it!

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