I schedule review posts on my Book Review blog, but I don't on my writer's blog unless I'm going somewhere for longer than a week. But my writer's blog is not a "hub of information" for other writers, it's just me rambling about my journey as an Indie, so there is no pressure to post anything. I'd say it takes time for each individual to work out what posting pattern works for them.
I've only ever done 3 guest posts on other blogs. One for wattpad.com, The Vandalism of Words blog, and one on TNBBB (the last two were done on the same day a few days ago. I've been an Indie for 9 months now, so not a lot.
Blog tours. Hmm. I am openly undecided about them. I've seen little evidence to suggest they actually boost sales significantly if you do a time cost/benefit analysis (it's a bit like Amazon Tagging, a wonderfully time consuming practice that will work for a small percentage of those who do it).
You could simply do one because it might be fun, and great way to get your name Out There. But as someone has mentioned, to be booked on blogs which have enough active subscribers to give you a shot at making the time and energy worth it, it will cost you (unless you approach all the book bloggers separately and try to schedule it in, which would be the equivalent of trying to get your book released on the same day across all eStores, near impossible).
Posting to my blog once a week is what I aim for (and consistently fail to achieve, lol). But then I am ruthless when it comes to my writing time. Nothing detracts from it. I don't make
time for my blog. It's updated in my free
I had a look at yours. You're more clued up then I was when I started