New Blog-Obsessed with creating content....@what point is it too much too soon?

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So Im just setting up a micro niche physical product blog in a new but moderately competitive market. I am obsessed with content creation right now. Just trying to knock out as many quality post as possible.

But I'd like to know if I throw up like 25-30 SEO'ed posts a day for the next week will this hurt me? Will google deem this unnatural?


Just curious cuz I am a IM blogging virgin & being this is my 1st time and all, I really dont want to get 'ºå£ed by google.
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  • Profile picture of the author Valuable Solos
    If the content is unique, it will be fine. Its backlinks to those pages that you need to worry about. Too fast, too many, bad sources and similar anchor text leads to getting ƒºå£edby the G-miester.
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  • Profile picture of the author mandark
    The content shouldn't be a problem Google-wise.

    But I would be cautious doing this - you don't want to burn yourself out! Say you write 25 entries a day for even four days.. after 100 entries are you going to have enough unique stuff left to say on the topic?
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    • Profile picture of the author Highkick
      Originally Posted by mandark View Post

      The content shouldn't be a problem Google-wise.

      But I would be cautious doing this - you don't want to burn yourself out! Say you write 25 entries a day for even four days.. after 100 entries are you going to have enough unique stuff left to say on the topic?

      Oh trust me! Even If I went on a 10day bender with nothing but speed and coffee I'd still have a ton to write about!

      New products into the market regularly. Partly the reason why I chose it in the 1st place
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  • Profile picture of the author John Alves
    It's not going to hurt you to put up a lot of quality posts. Put up as many as you want. However, you do need to realize that the traffic is not going to come by just putting up content. You are eventually going to need to promote it through some sort of advertising.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jillycakes
    Like the others have said, it's not a bad idea to create to your heart's content. One thing that might be useful for you though is to write up posts, but set them up to publish later. That way you have plenty of content ready for later, in case you get busy/sick/lazy in the future. If you're still feeling energetic after making a crapton of posts, start backlinking or create another blog and go nuts on that one
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  • Profile picture of the author Coby
    I don't think it will hurt you, but I wouldn't do it personally . . .

    Here's what I do instead. Create as many post as you can/want to each day. If you can creat 25, great! But instead of posting all of them immediately, I would schedule it so that 3 to 5 are being posted daily. . .

    You can then spend time bookmarking these and building backlinks and pinging your blog.

    You should also use some of this obsession to submit articles that point to your posts.

    If you schedule it so that only 3 to 5 (I personally only schedule one a day for most niches, some one every other day) posts are being posted each day you can essentially put your blog on "auto-pilot" for a little bit while you spend time promoting it.

    Just an idea. Good Luck
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