When you think about recommended blogging frequency, you should consider three perspectives:
1. how often would the search engines prefer for me to post in order to achieve my goals?
2. how often would my subscribers like to read blog articles from me?
3. how is my scheduled blogging frequency meeting my goals?
If you want to make a career out of blogging, then publishing every day or several times in a day is fine. If you have a business to take care of and time is very important for you, then I recommend to adjust your blogging frequency by the type of business you are promoting.
Post at least once a week – if you are a start-up and you try to create a reputation then high quality content is important. But, if you don’t post at least once a week, then the search engines will crawl your website less often and your readers will forget that you exist given the fact that they just heard about you.
Post once or twice per month – once you have a successful website and business, you can relax a bit. If you already have a satisfying group of loyal subscribers, then posting less often won’t affect you or your business very much and the search engines will notice that you are still updating your website regularly.
If you are a business, people will understand that you can’t post every single day because you also have other work to do, like actually running that business. One of the most important things to remember about blogging frequency is consistency. No matter the blogging frequency you have chosen, when you schedule your blogging, post on time every time! People and search engines are waiting for you. Build trust and you will get what you want form blogging with the precision of a Swiss clock.
The benefits of blogging are undeniable – you attract visitors to the website, create material that our followers on social networks can reshare, increase your visibility, build a brand, become an authority in your domain, building a group of loyal customers that will have a positive impact on your income. Adjusting blogging frequency is a necessary measure to make sure that you don’t miss out any of these benefits.
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