Does posting new article everyday a good idea?

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Hi warriors,

I created new blog (less than 1 month). I have can write 500-1000 words of article a day. I have a great resource for my niche.

and does posting new unique article per day is a great idea? Or is there any negative effects to it somehow in what way.. let say does google sees this a spam?

Hope that someone here can give me some views and thoughts. Thanks

Sorry for my bad english. I'm not a native speaker.
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  • Profile picture of the author Slade556
    Your blog is still very new, only 1 month. So, I would say posting 1 article per day is a good idea!
    Each time I started a new website, I always posted as often as I could, sometimes even 2 or 3 times a day, to give the website a head start. But 1 post /day seems perfect, it will help you "prove" you're serious about it to both Google and your readers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    Here it is...

    Where most newcomers go wrong is posting killer content, but not getting eyeballs on that content. They spend hours adding content, and it's sometimes exceptional material, and hope that Google will do the rest of the work. Seriously now, this never ends well. Depending on your niche, Google is more concerned with your competition. You're competing with folks who not only know how to game Google, but how to play the game Google wants to play. And these folks do it well. I'm not saying to avoid SEO and SEM. I'm saying get eyeballs on your content. Consider how to start building traffic and fire that traffic in the direction of your content. In fact, feed it to your traffic platforms. Targeted pools of people like nothing more than to eat up their favourite meal. Serve it to them in the form of articles, videos, courses, you name it.

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    • Profile picture of the author tdhorton
      Yeah I agree with Tom , get a few good quality posts on your blog then maybe get some cheap traffic sent to it. This traffic won't (or may not) convert on your offers but it will kick start your blogs exposure
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      • Profile picture of the author EmieltenHoor
        Originally Posted by tdhorton View Post

        Yeah I agree with Tom , get a few good quality posts on your blog then maybe get some cheap traffic sent to it. This traffic won't (or may not) convert on your offers but it will kick start your blogs exposure
        Consider bringing the content to the Traffic (Audience) instead of Traffic to the content.
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  • Profile picture of the author BlueBridge
    I agree with everyone. I just want to add that focus on quality than quantity. Give each article opportunities to stay on your latest post for at least 48 hours so they don't just go into the archive too quickly.

    Make sure your categories are well spelt out and your contents link to the right categories.

    Have an archive widget on your blog so as to give reading opportunities to older contents

    Have a recent posts widget as well so you can give enough exposure to those contents.

    If you have all these in place, no matter how frequent you decide to post, each of your contents will have a fair share of being read.

    But do not compromise quality for quantity. I'd rather do a detailed and informative 1000 words posted 2 days apart than post just any 500 words content daily.
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  • Profile picture of the author masterqif
    So Tom, based on your comments, what I understand is that it is okay for me to post regularly, as long as I get traffics or readers to my content.. is that right?
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
      Originally Posted by masterqif View Post

      So Tom, based on your comments, what I understand is that it is okay for me to post regularly, as long as I get traffics or readers to my content.. is that right?
      Of course.

      What you're hoping to achieve is an actionable response from your audience. It could be signing up to a newsletter or buying a new BWM. The trick is knowing what your audience wants and either giving them content that is monetized with what they want or giving them content that isn't monetized but appears on an appropriately monetized platform (your blog, in this case). Like I say, most newcomers work hard, deliver good content, but they don't know how to get eyeballs on all that good work. Google won't do you - or them - any favours. You need to actively build traffic platforms (pools of your target audience) and feed them your content, and you need to setup strategies that involve non-platform areas of generating traffic: offline, viral, and many, many more. At this stage, I advise you to concentrate less on making more content, and more on building traffic. I can write an article in 10 minutes, distribute it, and earn 3 figures. And this would be in a brand new niche, on a brand new website, and all within 24 hours. That's what you need to shoot for at this stage.

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      • Profile picture of the author masterqif
        Originally Posted by BlueBridge View Post

        I agree with everyone. I just want to add that focus on quality than quantity. Give each article opportunities to stay on your latest post for at least 48 hours so they don't just go into the archive too quickly.
        Originally Posted by sherifazmy View Post

        What I'd say is focus on the quality of your content more than the number of posts you add to your website daily or monthly, Google needs quality content now for your website to get a head start.

        Good luck with your website.
        Thank you, I'll keep that in mind.. I'm already planning on creating quality blog post..

        Originally Posted by Get Rich Methods View Post

        Like I say, most newcomers work hard, deliver good content, but they don't know how to get eyeballs on all that good work. Google won't do you - or them - any favours. You need to actively build traffic platforms (pools of your target audience) and feed them your content, and you need to setup strategies that involve non-platform areas of generating traffic: offline, viral, and many, many more. At this stage, I advise you to concentrate less on making more content, and more on building traffic.
        Tom
        Thanks a lot Tom. I'll try to get more exposure for my website after this..
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      • Profile picture of the author alex93
        Originally Posted by Get Rich Methods View Post

        I can write an article in 10 minutes, distribute it, and earn 3 figures. And this would be in a brand new niche, on a brand new website, and all within 24 hours. That's what you need to shoot for at this stage.

        Tom
        Hi Tom, how would you go about doing this, where do you tend to post your articles, what sort of sites do you tend to focus on after drafting up the article to syndicate it, post it?

        Thanks

        Alex
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  • Profile picture of the author sherifazmy
    What I'd say is focus on the quality of your content more than the number of posts you add to your website daily or monthly, Google needs quality content now for your website to get a head start.

    Good luck with your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Originally Posted by masterqif View Post

    Hi warriors,

    I created new blog (less than 1 month). I have can write 500-1000 words of article a day. I have a great resource for my niche.

    and does posting new unique article per day is a great idea? Or is there any negative effects to it somehow in what way.. let say does google sees this a spam?

    Hope that someone here can give me some views and thoughts. Thanks

    Sorry for my bad english. I'm not a native speaker.
    Definitely posting everyday is nothing but a good thing as long as it is good stuff and not rehashed drivel.
    I will have to say Blogging today is different than it was 7 years ago.

    I could Post a Article of my own back then , go and Ping it, and later that day see a nice surge of SE traffic come in.

    I made a lot of money that way.

    It is not like that today. It will help SE traffic but as Tom says you have to do more than that


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  • Profile picture of the author QueenMelanie
    It is fine to post every day, but don't do it if your are sacrificing quality.. If you published an article every 2 days then you could spend twice the amount of time polishing and getting it perfect.. Only do it if you are actually creating top quality each time.
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    • Profile picture of the author masterqif
      Originally Posted by Jeff Schuman View Post

      You may find this article by Neil Patel to be interesting. Going for longer articles and then focusing on promoting the post before adding another new post is a good idea.

      However, adding 500 word articles with fresh content will have seo benefits and is great for social media marketing if you are promoting them into your various social accounts including Google Plus.
      Thanks Jeff for the link. I have read it, very helpful.

      Originally Posted by Liarspoker View Post

      Also I read that Paula and Wanda, two Aussie internet gurus who make, or made, $10,000 per month from Amazon went through a period of posting 8 articles per day. They did this for 3 months and they said that after the three months the money really started to come in.

      However they also mention that after that period they went back and deleted a few posts and improved others as a few were fairly low quality articles.
      Do Paula and Wanda has a blog? Where can I follow their updates? Thanks

      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      If your goal is to make money with the affiliate programs that you are promoting, 1 article per day is not going to guarantee your success.
      Actually I'm working on Adsense right now, not affiliate program, well at least not yet..

      Originally Posted by jfalxr View Post

      But I do have a blog in my local niche and was scheduling around 5 articles/day...

      The traffic comes steady after around 2-3 months (around more than 250+ articles) and got some growing followers using GooglePlus community..

      So yes, I guess posting new articles everyday is a good deal..

      If your articles are good, you just need to wait until it bring some traffic
      5 articles per day.. how many words you written for each post?

      Originally Posted by QueenMelanie View Post

      It is fine to post every day, but don't do it if your are sacrificing quality.. If you published an article every 2 days then you could spend twice the amount of time polishing and getting it perfect.. Only do it if you are actually creating top quality each time.
      Thanks for the great ideal. I;m already set my mind in creating high quality, unique content in my mind, so I guess I'm pretty cool with that. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author jfalxr
    I'm not an expert in blogging..

    But I do have a blog in my local niche and was scheduling around 5 articles/day...

    The traffic comes steady after around 2-3 months (around more than 250+ articles) and got some growing followers using GooglePlus community..

    So yes, I guess posting new articles everyday is a good deal..

    If your articles are good, you just need to wait until it bring some traffic
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    If your goal is to make money with the affiliate programs that you are promoting, 1 article per day is not going to guarantee your success.

    What I would suggest you do is to look into paid ads.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeMizOne
      Originally Posted by talfighel View Post

      If your goal is to make money with the affiliate programs that you are promoting, 1 article per day is not going to guarantee your success.

      What I would suggest you do is to look into paid ads.
      Are you using paid ads to promote your site or are you using them to link straight to the affiliate product?
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  • Profile picture of the author Liarspoker
    I also have a new site that I started at the start of January and currently I am writing one article per day. It will take a while before these articles rank, or rather start to rank, so it's more of a longer term approach. I am ok with this as I want to develop the site over 9 months to be ready for the Q4 shopping season. Hopefully by then my keywords will be ranking (some are already) and I will have generated lots of organic traffic.

    With my daily articles I find that they are a great excuse to post on social media sites. I generally post the article, then in the next session I interact with the people on the social media and in the following session I follow, or add, a few more people. This way my social media list is growing all the time and should be fairly large after 9 months.

    Also I read that Paula and Wanda, two Aussie internet gurus who make, or made, $10,000 per month from Amazon went through a period of posting 8 articles per day. They did this for 3 months and they said that after the three months the money really started to come in.

    However they also mention that after that period they went back and deleted a few posts and improved others as a few were fairly low quality articles.

    We will see where I am after 9 months.

    Since I am here I might as well ask a question: Apart from social media sites (FB, G+, Twitter) where else should I place my articles (in the UK)?
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  • Profile picture of the author MarkAse
    I haven't seen it mentioned from scanning here, but the internal links you'd generate on a post a day would be incredibly helpful as well
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeff Schuman
      You may find this article by Neil Patel to be interesting. Going for longer articles and then focusing on promoting the post before adding another new post is a good idea.

      However, adding 500 word articles with fresh content will have seo benefits and is great for social media marketing if you are promoting them into your various social accounts including Google Plus.
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  • Profile picture of the author pluto1
    Lot of great advise above. Make sure you are writing high quality contents, rather than high quantity. It takes time to become authority in your niche, but once you do, nothing can stop you from making significantly high amount of money.
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  • Profile picture of the author DonConrad
    [quote=masterqif;9874903]Hi warriors,

    look at it this way, take the title of this post (Does posting new article everyday a good idea?) and google it. out of 224,000,000 results this post is number 1 out of 21 post to this thread.

    I also implement rss feeds from my colleagues who write good content about our business so I might have three or four post everydayI also share my blogs with my business partners so within 24 hours I might have 500 hits to it.

    So bottom line I don't see any problem in posting one time a day just use the social networks to get the blog out and you should see yourself rising on Google for your particular keyword or keyword phrase.
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  • Profile picture of the author gdccashflow
    it is absolutely a must, or a must NOT.

    Why bother writing article per day if you have no readers? If I were you, try to market your website or blog first, try to make it popular after 10 articles. And then when you have a steady traffic or readers, it's time to write articles per day or 3 times a week, do not forget quality.
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    • Profile picture of the author Cashone
      I believe if you have quality content that viewer are looking for it doesn't hurt to write article or blogs once or even twice a day if you have the traffic going to your page.
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  • Profile picture of the author jamesperez
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    Yes, writing articles everyday is a really good habit. You can get good visitors by a informative blog.
    It will increase your SEO performance as well as your Page Rank also.
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  • Profile picture of the author bagful
    yes it is, you can post brief articles 3- 4 no of times a day. that is the better one than posting long article once. Actually both are good way until your content is fresh and unique.
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  • Profile picture of the author agoda73
    I have now started blogging once a day and they seem to be getting plenty of views, so something must be working. I have also included them in RSS Feeds, which I think helps them get noticed and certainly indexed a lot faster.

    Appreciate all the advice here, always good to hear from members that have been through the process beforehand.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steven Cavan
    Originally Posted by masterqif View Post

    Hi warriors,

    I created new blog (less than 1 month). I have can write 500-1000 words of article a day. I have a great resource for my niche.

    and does posting new unique article per day is a great idea? Or is there any negative effects to it somehow in what way.. let say does google sees this a spam?

    Hope that someone here can give me some views and thoughts. Thanks

    Sorry for my bad english. I'm not a native speaker.
    If your content is original in nature giving valuable information to your readers, then there should be no issue especially if you are hosting your blog on your own domain. I would stay far away from blogger.com. Posting once a day is perfect until you find your own writing style. Once that is developed, you can start writing bigger articles and posting once a week. I try to to sit down and slowly right long articles with great information within my niche to be posted once per week. Just be yourself and write as if you are sharing information with a friend. You do this and your blog will go far. There is no secret code to SEO and blogging. Just be original and post however many times you would like a day or week. the more original content being fed to your blog the better! Just keep writing and stay committed.
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