I’m one of the new kids here (albeit a really old kid) and I think the site is terrific. However, I have a suggestion that would (I think) make the site a lot more fun and useful: Add a mechanism for conveniently viewing a blog in its entirety.
I used to blog at Tumblr, where one of the best features was the option of viewing an entire blog, in miniature, on a single page. In a matter of seconds, you could assess its quality and make your decision on whether to follow.
At other sites, a link for each page is provided. If you want to look at page 83, you click the link and there you are. This is not quite so useful, but at least you can keep track of your favorites and return to them when you wish.
Unless I’m wrong (which is entirely possible) there is no way of viewing page 83 of a Patreon blog except by wearing out your clicking finger. Although I have only a handful of patrons, I’m actually hesitant to post my best work because I know that after it slips to page 5 or 6, it will effectively fall off the edge of the earth. Who’s going to do that much clicking?
This problem is especially frustrating for me because I work in a variety of styles. If a viewer doesn’t find what he likes on the first few pages, he’ll have no way of knowing that what he likes is only a page or two away.
Comments? Questions? Suggestions? Sticks and stones?