If i upload 300 articles a day

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if i upload 300 articles a day will it bring massive traffic?
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  • Profile picture of the author Smeltzer
    Originally Posted by littletoot View Post

    if i upload 300 articles a day will it bring massive traffic?
    No. Just no. Do not even think of it.
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    • Profile picture of the author littletoot
      Originally Posted by Smeltzer View Post

      No. Just no. Do not even think of it.
      if you think ill write all the 300 articles every day u wrong
      i think more in the way write alot articles, and start publish them after i got
      huge data, bad idea? it dont have to be 300
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      • Profile picture of the author Steve B
        Originally Posted by littletoot View Post

        if you think ill write all the 300 articles every day u wrong
        i think more in the way write alot articles, and start publish them after i got
        huge data, bad idea? it dont have to be 300

        Littletoot,

        You should know that writing is not your strong suite. Your writing wreaks!

        Pick an Internet business model that doesn't require that you communicate with your audience. Learn how to drive massive traffic to other people's offers and you will have a skill that you can monetize.

        Steve
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        • Profile picture of the author Winning34
          Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

          Littletoot,

          Pick an Internet business model that doesn't require that you communicate with your audience.
          LMFAO

          I'm dying
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        • Profile picture of the author Smeltzer
          Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

          Littletoot,

          You should know that writing is not your strong suite. Your writing wreaks!

          Pick an Internet business model that doesn't require that you communicate with your audience. Learn how to drive massive traffic to other people's offers and you will have a skill that you can monetize.

          Steve
          It is not nice to make fun of someone because of there grammar or English abilities. You do not know him or his obstacles he faces. My writing "wreaks" as well. That never held me back. For important things I hire an editor. A lot of marketers on here can testify I have not let that hold me back one bit and look at me. I live in a million dollar condo in a vacation paradise on the beach.

          I did not let writing hold me back. I did not say well can not write think I am going to go live in a ditch and neither should he. I live my dream and I let nothing stop me or hold me back. I have accomplished more in 38 years than most have there entire life. So yeah there is that.

          Never put someone down because there writing skills are not up to par. That just means that they have to work smarter to get ahead. Who do you think you are? Maybe he wants to write those articles to help improve his skills. Maybe he is trying to improve himself. Either way judge not.
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          • Profile picture of the author Steve B
            Originally Posted by Smeltzer View Post

            It is not nice to make fun of someone because of there grammar or English abilities.

            Smeltzer,

            It's too bad that you read things into my post that were not intended. It's a dangerous practice to assume you know what people are thinking. I had no intent of making fun of or criticizing the OP.

            Given that others were encouraging him, it was my intent to discourage him from writing 300 articles of garbage. His 2nd post was barely readable. It was awful (grammatically). He's not a writer and someone needed to say so. I'm not attacking him personally because I tell him his writing stinks.

            Of course he can outsource his writing - that was the point - not to write articles himself given his skill with the language!

            "Either way judge not." Great closing sentence given that was exactly what your whole post did . . . wrongly.

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            • Profile picture of the author Smeltzer
              Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

              "Either way judge not." Great closing sentence given that was exactly what your whole post did . . . wrongly.

              Steve
              No no man your tone was harsh. It read harsh just like you was making fun of him and that is not cool in my book. What kind of person would I be if I sit back and let someone be made fun of? I will not do it. Specially when his struggles are some of my struggles as well. There is 1 million ways you could have given him advice without it looking like you where ridiculing him.

              Is it soo much to ask for to use tact, sensibility and kindness? You use words like "wreaked" when you could have said hey man before you think about that I would look into getting a partner that could proofread for you and make grammar checks. See how much nicer that sounds?

              Originally Posted by Cali16 View Post

              This is a marketing forum. If someone is pursuing an idea that is going to hurt their business rather than help it, then it's in their best interest to get honest feedback from others. That is exactly what Steve is providing to the OP.
              Honest feedback you say? What he said was not helpful he said something in a way that could have been said with more tact. Do you see me saying that you need to grow up and stand on your own two feet and stop trying to brown nose and act like a white knight? No because that is not nice and it is hurtful. Just like Steve what he said was not said in a nice way and could have been said in a nicer way then what it was.

              I do not care if I am the only person on this board who stands up to bullies. I am going to do it anyway.
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          • Profile picture of the author Cali16
            Originally Posted by Smeltzer View Post

            Never put someone down because there writing skills are not up to par. That just means that they have to work smarter to get ahead.
            This is a marketing forum. If someone is pursuing an idea that is going to hurt their business rather than help it, then it's in their best interest to get honest feedback from others. That is exactly what Steve is providing to the OP.

            People who can't write worth crap aren't going to help their online business by writing terrible articles that no one is going to read. Period. Writing is a skill and an art, and while skills can be learned, the OP would have to invest huge amounts of time to get his writing up to par.

            You mentioned "working smarter" - that's what Steve recommended. Funny how you completely missed that and made yourself look foolish by harshly judging Steve - which is exactly what you were condemning him for doing to the OP...
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      • Profile picture of the author sledget369
        Putting content out on the web is good. But how you go about this is key. First thing I think is that you must find the right people. Your articles has to be what the people need and want. I would post about 4 a week to start and then look at the response that I am getting. How many comments and am I receiving etc.
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        • Profile picture of the author discrat
          This technique may have been effective 6 years ago. But anymore, not so much.

          What typically happens is you get a bunch of people putting out loads of garbage on the Web that is nothing more than glorified Spam.


          Focus on quality and less on quantity.

          That is where we have gravitated to in this business


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  • Profile picture of the author benjamenjuan
    here's something helpful: try uploading 3 high quality per week, but not until you know how to push traffic around. Until then, try one great article and figure out how to get visitors to interact with your content
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    • Profile picture of the author littletoot
      Originally Posted by benjamenjuan View Post

      here's something helpful: try uploading 3 high quality per week, but not until you know how to push traffic around. Until then, try one great article and figure out how to get visitors to interact with your content
      i have so much ideas i just cannot make one and sit around ill make 10-20-30-50
      and start publish and mean while make another 20-30-50 its just me anyways
      dont get to dramatic it just an idea and i asking you guys before
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      • Profile picture of the author onSubie
        Originally Posted by littletoot View Post

        i have so much ideas i just cannot make one and sit around ill make 10-20-30-50
        and start publish and mean while make another 20-30-50 its just me anyways
        dont get to dramatic it just an idea and i asking you guys before
        It depends. Do you want to write articles or make money?

        If you are just going to write articles and not do any engagement with your audience or promote your content then you will find it difficult.

        The advice to publish less content but higher quality that is more actively promoted is sound.

        Don't sit around when an article is done. Learn how to get traffic to the article.

        The time spent writing the second article would be better spent on promotion and traffic for the first article.

        How do you expect to get visitors just by publishing?
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  • Profile picture of the author acheeus
    it can brings you massive traffic but no instant. what i would do if i have 300 ready to publish articles is upload one a day or even two or three and promote it oon reddit for example if it is high quality and original content. And you have better chances for good ranks in google if you update your site regulary.

    but keep in mind that there is no universal solution and it depends on content nature, if i have 300 reviews for amazon products i'll upload this
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  • Profile picture of the author Smeltzer
    Look man honestly there is much much better ways of getting traffic then slaving away 24/7 with articles. If you are writing that much content best to do it for your own site that way you own the traffic.

    Also instead of a lot of small articles write bigger articles. I like 1k to 2.5k word articles on my sites as no one can say my articles will lack info. That is the ones I actually use for articles. Then I also post some pictures and videos as well. TBH what gets the most traffic for me right now is pictures. I had one that received 5k visitors alone just that one picture. Sure the visitors read some of my articles that is what the articles are for but the picture drove them in.

    FYI that is for one of my gaming sites. It was a picture of a crazy high crit. I had an article of about 2k words describing how it was done in another post.
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  • Profile picture of the author san2hnl
    You'll have far better results focusing on quality over quantity. Ask any pro and they'll tell you the same thing. Don't waste your time with crap content.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trey Morgan
    Well, you can write a large amount of "high quality" articles and save them to your computer and upload 1 article per day. If you know how to promote your articles, and do seo, then you could get lots of traffic with 300 high quality seo articles on your blog.
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    • Profile picture of the author littletoot
      Originally Posted by Trey Morgan View Post

      Well, you can write a large amount of "high quality" articles and save them to your computer and upload 1 article per day. If you know how to promote your articles, and do seo, then you could get lots of traffic with 300 high quality seo articles on your blog.
      how can i start learn SEO?
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    • Profile picture of the author astral walker
      Originally Posted by Trey Morgan View Post

      Well, you can write a large amount of "high quality" articles and save them to your computer and upload 1 article per day. If you know how to promote your articles, and do seo, then you could get lots of traffic with 300 high quality seo articles on your blog.
      I second you Trey. Publishing 1 article per day is the way to go. Make sure that the articles are SEO optimized and target long tail keywords.

      Here is a guide from Google that will help you understand SEO basics http://static.googleusercontent.com/...rter-guide.pdf

      Originally Posted by littletoot View Post

      if i upload 300 articles a day will it bring massive traffic?
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      • Profile picture of the author littletoot
        Originally Posted by astral walker View Post

        I second you Trey. Publishing 1 article per day is the way to go. Make sure that the articles are SEO optimized and target long tail keywords.

        Here is a guide from Google that will help you understand SEO basics http://static.googleusercontent.com/...rter-guide.pdf
        yes, thans you
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  • Profile picture of the author guess121
    Quality not quantity... spend time and money on quantity and you will have people in droves!

    However, if you have say 150 niches and you are putting up 2 quality articles... then you may get more traffic, how much depends on niche where you are marketing, etc... is in an open ended question that you have asked!

    Originally Posted by littletoot View Post

    if i upload 300 articles a day will it bring massive traffic?
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    • Profile picture of the author littletoot
      Originally Posted by guess121 View Post

      Quality not quantity... spend time and money on quantity and you will have people in droves!

      However, if you have say 150 niches and you are putting up 2 quality articles... then you may get more traffic, how much depends on niche where you are marketing, etc... is in an open ended question that you have asked!
      ues i ware of that open ended question, just trying to find my lead
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      • Profile picture of the author emmerson
        Im afraid your question is much too general for any of us to assist you with really. But as a rule of thumb assuming you have already researched competition in your niche, high quality articles placed on a well put together site/blog will give you traffic in the long run.
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  • Profile picture of the author PLR Basket
    What audience are we talking about? International or mainly english speaking countries?
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    • Profile picture of the author littletoot
      Originally Posted by PLR Basket View Post

      What audience are we talking about? International or mainly english speaking countries?
      International
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      • Profile picture of the author PLR Basket
        Originally Posted by littletoot View Post

        International
        Then I suggest you work on your writing skills first.
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  • Profile picture of the author MarksWineClub
    Where? Your own site, won't even get 300 indexed-

    If you have unlimited time for writing, try publishing a quality 1000 word post, or more, with corresponding images and video every day.

    I guarantee you'll see better results-
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  • I guess I have to ask since nobody else did. Will all of these articles be relative to a single niche? Will they be "uploaded" to a single or multiple sites covering a range of niches?

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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    Originally Posted by littletoot View Post

    if i upload 300 articles a day will it bring massive traffic?
    Absolutely! You should do it!

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  • Profile picture of the author Justin Tyme
    I would say make and post 300 videos a day on youtube instead of articles.

    After 1 month you'll have 9,000 videos on youtube.

    Even if only every other video got you 1 visitor a day to your website that would be 4500 visitors a day.

    I drive so much traffic from youtube that you would not believe it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jon Crimes
      Hi guys,

      Just playing devils advocate a bit!

      If I had 300 articles, should I release 1 a day for the 300 or lose the lot in one go?

      Just interested that's all.....

      Cheers

      Jon Crimes
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    • Profile picture of the author surenpp
      Originally Posted by Justin Tyme View Post

      I would say make and post 300 videos a day on youtube instead of articles.

      After 1 month you'll have 9,000 videos on youtube.

      Even if only every other video got you 1 visitor a day to your website that would be 4500 visitors a day.

      I drive so much traffic from youtube that you would not believe it.

      Can you upload 300 videos a day on youtube using a single acoount without inviting a ban or somekind of problems to your account
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    Originally Posted by littletoot View Post

    if i upload 300 articles a day will it bring massive traffic?
    Why would you even WANT to do that? What VALUE are you providing to anyone by doing something like that?

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  • Profile picture of the author AndrewAdamSmith
    Originally Posted by littletoot View Post

    if i upload 300 articles a day will it bring massive traffic?
    If you spin them and upload to a high PR article directory it will bring some traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author heroboy
    Originally Posted by littletoot View Post

    if i upload 300 articles a day will it bring massive traffic?
    I don't think you are actually serious about that! Anyways, I think you will do well writing and uploading one good article per day for 300 days. If you can write well, you will end up making some good money, but I see that English is not your strong point.
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  • Profile picture of the author webproishere
    If it's good unique content yeah, you could get traffic but not as much as you think and it will be a very painful and long run.

    Like others are saying, you need to learn how to drive traffic to them to kickstart the hole show or it will not happen.

    If it's rssfeeds or copied content forget about getting search engine traffic. TRUST ME ON THIS ONE
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  • The truth is maybe, it might bring huge amount of traffic and it might bring none. No one can predict that other then doing it then telling after it's done.
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  • Profile picture of the author sonofGod
    I think drip feeding your unique articles is the best way to go because if the google bots always index fresh unique content when they come, it will continue to come to your site and this will help to improve rankings and give you more visitors. Cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Guys are already doing this, why give the TS a hard time? Thanks to outsourcing and crowdsourcing coming up with quality engaging content in HUGE VOLUMES is easier than you think. Think outside the box, brethren.
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  • Profile picture of the author JagSEO
    If you upload 300 articles a day that would be spam lol! If you have a reader they can't follow your 300 articles a day. How about 5 a day, that would be nice.
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  • Profile picture of the author Claire Koch
    there are a half a zillion places online to put articles, if every article was optimized to a different keyword and then promoted do you think that would get eyeballs on your offer ..... heck yeah. but your offer better be pretty darnamazing
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