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Discussion: Making Ten Posts a Day

Hello all,

In researching how to grow content I came across usual tips such as write more and post often but one caught me off guard.

Make ten posts a day.

A day.

Ten.

I’ve been in a hiatus the last year, and going from nothing to ten posts a day seems rather… excessive.

Granted, sure, you’d generate content but would it be good content? I like making one post per day before the hiatus and I try for quality rather than quantity. I want my blog not only to look nice but to showcase my work well!

I can’t begin to imagine making ten posts a day. Would y’all like me making ten posts a day? Or just one to three posts every few days?

What do y’all think? Be sure to tell me in the comments because I genuinely want to know your thoughts on this!

Until next time,

-Pass Me That Book

3 thoughts on “Discussion: Making Ten Posts a Day

  1. I disagree with this advice! Followers don’t want to be spammed! In fact, just yesterday I unfollowed a blogger who posted several posts in a row…like every 5 minutes. I wonder if this person was following the 10 posts a day suggestion?! It just annoyed me! I think one post a day is plenty!

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    1. See that’s what I thought in that it’s spamming! I wasn’t clear on it though so glad someone agrees! I can see two or three of your catching up on things but ten seemed excessive! I’m planning on three max for when I’m seriously behind-of which I am after my hiatus, lol.

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