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“ Blogging isn’t about publishing as much as you can. It’s about publishing as smart as you can.” — Jan Morrow
Generally speaking, blogging is publishing whatever a blogger feels like. Because a blog is a site that is owned by the blogger and they have the freedom to post whatever and how much ever they want.
Now that is out of the way, I’ll discuss my blogging strategy. I post 3-5 times a day but on average, there are three posts a day, 2 hours apart. I follow many prompts, mostly weekly ones. And I like to challenge myself by writing something meaningful on them.
Previously I would write a fourth post, combining 4-5 daily Prompts. I stopped doing this because I realized that I was mostly writing to write and the posts written in response to so many diverse words usually were not of good quality.
The point I’m trying to make here is that I try to write smart. I try to write a post with a message behind it. I also write mostly shorter posts. And I have curtailed the number of daily posts from 5 to 3 because I want my readers to :
• Not feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of posts
• Be able to read and understand my writing in a short time.
In conclusion, I’d say that it is the choice of individual bloggers to write more or less, meaningful or frivolous posts. The reader chooses what they want to read.
It is about the choice of the writer and the reader both!