Dec 30 Posted 2 years ago
I wanted to let you know I just put together a compilation of different views on this subject and included an excerpt of your opinion/a link to your posting. Thanks for writing thoughtfully on this. If your views change into the future, please let me know.
Apr 10 Posted 3 years ago
Thanks for your insightful comment. In fact, it depends on the industry. We do blog posts on our website Writtent.com on a daily basis (5 times a week) but we are a content marketing industry, so we would like to show our quality through a big numer of posts. However, posting sth irrelevant on your blog regularly would harm your image much more than posting something qualitative but infrequent. In fact, at some point it would probably be more resonable to pay attention to Facebook or Twitter posts because the format is a little different, and you might want to remind people of yourself (without spamming, of course) :-)
However, if you include your blog into various RSS feeds and blog directories it is nice to post daily not to get your readers forget about you and get even more new readers too.
Guest blogging does help to build relationships because when you're posted on a well-known website with good traffic, people surely get interested and share your articles in social media too.
Apr 8 Posted 3 years ago
Thank goodness for Dan Zarrella and all the research HubSpot has conducted on social analytics. It has meant the world to newbie bloggers like myself. The blogging schedule posted in this article is pretty concise and well-defined and I recommend everyone, especially newbies follow it consistently!
Steve Scott, in his book titled "My Blog Traffic SUCKS! 8 Simple Steps To Get 100,000 Blog Visitors Without Working 8 Days a Week" outlines a slightly different model for scheduling your post. He suggest posting on your own blog 4-6 times a month and focusing more on Guest Blogging! Guest Blogging can bring massive traffic and help build relationships! This is especially important for bloggers with new blogs or websites!
The point here is that energy not properly conducted is wasted and belive me it is easy to blow precious time and money when you approach this in a haphazard fashion.
What schedule has worked best for you?
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