Should you blog every day? What is the ideal number of times that you should post on your blog? Why?
Should you post an article on your blog once a day, once a week, every few days, or once a month? Does it matter when and how many times you post? Should you have a regular blog posting schedule? Why?
There is no magic number. If you can post once a day that's great but don't add posts just for the sake of it.
I think its more about adding value. Even if you're blogging once a week if the content is good your users will appreciate it. If you try to put up a post everyday and come up with low quality posts you're likely to loose your readers.
Having said that it's good to have content plan. A specific goal you're comfortable with. If you're a busy person it could be once per week etc.
Thanks. I'm new to blogging since I recently started a blog so I wasn't sure about how many posts I should be writing. So far, I've been posting every few days or so. Making sure you have quality content is something to keep in mind as well.
I agree with rumbling..
Content is all that matters the most..
Thanks. I agree about the importance of having posts with quality content. I just wondered at how many times I should post on my blog since I'm still pretty new to blogging, having just started my blog.
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