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RevaDiehard

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So.... I'm going through my uploads and I'm trying to get IB caught up with my FA posts. Right now I'm trying to keep it to no more than 4 posts a day to prevent spamming but with the sheer amount of what I have in my backlog (over 300 images) that's going to take about 3 months to upload everything.

I'm thinking of doing 1 upload per hour from 12pm to 9pm which would shorten that time considerably.

Any thoughts on this? Because I am leaning heavily towards the second option just because of the bulk of what I've got. (Though to be fair, some of the images I can't post on IB because they involve human(oids) so it's possible the amount would go down. I just need to take time to look through them)
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Added: 2 years, 1 month ago
 
ColeSutra
2 years, 1 month ago
You can also group some pics together, like if they're alts or part of the same series of pics.  I doubt you have much to worry about in regards to "spamming" people.

Plus that second option's drip-feed method will mean you'll come up more often under "Latest", for whatever that's worth..not sure how many people actually browse that.
ClandestineRendezvous
2 years, 1 month ago
4 posts a day is fine imo.  It gives everyone plenty of content and time to appreciate your work, and fresh stuff for months!  Whichever is easier for yourself is what i recommend.
flamecoil
2 years, 1 month ago
It's quite fine to run with the second option if you want -- uploading once per hour. Since the goal is to catch up, the faster you upload, the better. All-in-all 9 images scattered through the day isn't a problem for the most part.

Considering the queue function in the settings, just having a bunch of images scheduled to post but restricted by the queue timer so long as PostyBirb is active should be alright. As you've a large backlog, keeping the pace high probably would do better as folks wouldn't have to jump to your other galleries to get the latest; as you approach the end of your backlog you can ease off the pacing by way of increasing the timer between posts.

Either way, best of luck! 👍
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