Blogging Posts: Quality or Quantity?
One of the hardest parts to running a successful blog is always having something relevant and worth while to write about. Guy Kawasaki has said many times that he now has problems writing new content on his blog, simply because he has already written so much on what he knows. On the other hand, bloggers like John Chow average over 2 new posts per day, while continually grows in reader size and revenue. As a reader, what do you prefer seeing from the blogs you visit often? Do you want new posts daily, or more high value and relevant posts a few times a weeks.
Personally, I would like to post every day on the blog. However,Â if I don’t have something great to write about, I’d rather write nothing then something I didn’t feel was worthy of a post. I asked the same question above to my Twitter followers, and here were their responses.
NeilsWeb @moneyreign def once in a while with great posts 🙂
|ClintLenard @moneyreign once in a while… Too many blogs out there with regurgitated (sp?) posts.|
So now I ask you the same question. What are your favorite types of blog posts and how often do you find relevant posts across the network of blogs you currently read?
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