When I first started this blog, I committed to blogging every single day. I’ve even encouraged others to do the same. I proud to say I’ve kept up that commitment, until now.
The task of coming up with blog ideas every day has proven hard, but possible. I know I can achieve that, however I want to devote more time to other endeavours like making music, doing uni work and writing articles for other publications.
I also feel that publishing posts less frequently will give me enough time to sufficiently promote each post and spread the value further.
From now on, I’m going to post on this blog three times a week. If you want to make sure you don’t miss a post, you should sign up to my mailing list below:
If you’re thinking about starting a blog or you have just started one, I still encourage you to write every day for at least a month. It’ll help you find discipline and prove to yourself that you have the ability to do so. It’ll also allow you to create an archive of articles much quicker, which will help you bring in initial visitors and rank on search engines.
I’ll still be on Twitter every day so feel free to follow me there.
Here’s a few other interesting articles that might give you some more insight on this subject:
- Why Posting Every Day is a Silly Strategy (And What to Do Instead)
- Why You Need to Write Every Day
- How To Blog Almost Every Day
- How Often Should I Post To My Blog?
- How Often Should You Blog?
- How Often Should You Update Your Blog?
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