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Noel Llopis
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I've been thinking of starting to write session reports for some of the most interesting games I play. What's the preferred format nowadays, just a sessions report entry under the game, or create my own BGG blog and post it there?

I've seen people doing both, so I'm not sure if one way is better than the other. The session report seems easier for people to find, but harder for them to find your other session reports if they're interested in them.

Thoughts?
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Liam
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It's up to you.

Personally I'd post under the game as a session report. That way you get GG and your report is super easy to find for those interested in a certain game.

You could also set up a master geeklist (folk subscribe to follow your session reports) or even still do that blog that links/includes your session reports as blogs give you spare space to communicate with your followers. This way you create multiple paths for users to follow your work.
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Noel Llopis
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monkeyhandz wrote:
You could also set up a master geeklist (folk subscribe to follow your session reports) or even still do that blog that links/includes your session reports as blogs give you spare space to communicate with your followers. This way you create multiple paths for users to follow your work.


Oh, that's a nice way to combine the two. I like that.

I'll start with regular session reports and then I'll see if it's worth combining them in one of the ways you suggested. Thanks!
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