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Targets, improvements and two questions

It’s September the 30th, and Karavansara has just topped 6000 views this month.
This is the highest number of views since we started, six years ago. It’s actually six times the number of views we had on our first month.
So, first of all, thank you for being my readers.

The average number of views per months has grown from 33 to over 200 over six years. This means that Karavansara is growing, but it is still a small blog, and that’s fine. But even keeping it small scale, there is room for improvements.


In the next months I’ll work to keep the numbers growing, of course, but without sacrificing the quality, if any, of my contents. I’d like of course Karavansara to be faster, better, stronger, and I’ll work on it – just as I’ll work to increase the number of my Patrons on Patreon, by improving the contents I’ll offer as rewards.
It’s going to be a busy autumn.

And I have a question for you, or two.
When Karavansara started we had a weekly schedule for our posts, but halfway through the run the schedule was simply abandoned.
Would you prefer Karavansara to go back to a weekly schedule, sort of “if this is Thursday, then I’ll get a movie post”?
Or the anything goes attitude of the current blog’s fine with you?
A mix of the two, maybe?

Also, are there topics you’d like to see covered?
I have been asked once or twice to do a few posts about the long lost Italian horror/pulp magazine, I Racconti di Dracula, and I’ll cover it in the next weeks, as Halloween approaches. But is there anything else?
Would you like more history, more old books, more new books, more about my writing or writing in general, more… what?
Any other suggestion?
Please let me know. The comments are open. Thank you.

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