Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Frankkk, Aug 11, 2016.
I wanted to know how often your blogs updated? Every day, a few times a week or?
Daily if your blog is new and few times a week when you get popular.
1 article per day or maybe more?
What is the purpose of your blog? For PBN or for actual readers?
Its depend on you and your niche scope.
You have to keep the blog updated. Regular sharing of articles is really appreciable.
At least once a week, preferably every day.
If you are a new you don't update your blog daily.
You have to concentrate on how to get visitors to your blog.
After getting suffice visitors you update your blog weekly.
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Just decide on a posting schedule of once a week (or twice, three times, daily or how ever often you can realistically manage it) and then make time for it.
I think it depends on you, the time that you have and the way you like to work.
the more blog is updated its higher in search engines
Daily content = daily results, and much more earning potential.
Don't be lazy!
New post on daily basis and share you site on social media in trending.
It totally depends on your niche, how many visitors you get and how quality your content is. Very hard to give a straight and clear response to your question to be honest
This blog is for earning money? Just imagine a real situation, don't think about money for now, if you have a private blog when do you post? When you have something to say, you don't think about how often you can post or not, you just post, this is normal activity. So here you can do exactly the same way, just imitate a real life.
If you have a lot of free time, update it as much as possible.
Everytime you have something good to post.
For me, the daily update would be good for the blog and update always with quality contents will increase the website's growth also... Good luck!
It's best to bring the noise when you're new, so update daily if possible so that you can get a powerful start. Then as time goes on and your blog gains in popularity, you will naturally get a feel for the schedule rhythm that works best for you and your audience. The most important thing is to ultimately stick with a regular schedule that your visitors come to expect.
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