In episode #976, we discuss how often you should be blogging. Tune in to hear how often we blog.
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TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:
- [00:27] Today’s Topic: What is the Ideal Amount of Blog Posts to Write Each Week?
- [00:35] Eric writes 3-6 posts per week.
- [01:22] Neil only writes 1 post per week.
- [01:52] Eric wants to reach 500,000 unique visits per week, which is why he is heavily pushing content.
- [02:25] Neil feels like the blogosphere is too competitive, so he likes to write on lengthy, meaty post per week.
- [02:51] Take the opposite approach of your competitors’ posts.
- [03:22] Eric’s USC professor friend wrote a blog post about unintended consequences.
- [04:00] Start off slow and steady.
- [04:10] That’s it for today!
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