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Why you should not write more than 1 blog post a day

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I don’t know about you, but I read blogs through Google Reader. When I load it, I see a list of RSS feeds on the left and next to each one in brackets is the number of new posts in it. And this is what I noticed – I automatically reach out to read those channels where the minimum number of posts have appeared. I always start with the ones with only 1 post added, and then move upwards.
Why you should not write more than 1 blog post a day
The problem is that I don’t have much time to read the news. And I almost never read everything that has been added to my reader for the day. So, I ALWAYS read those feeds that have 1 post added per day and almost NEVER read those that have 5-6 posts added per day. Because tomorrow there will be 10, the day after tomorrow 15 … and I’ll never get to them.
I’ve been trying to figure out how I feel – why do I start reading with single post channels? And I came to this conclusion: my reader is the quintessence of interesting and useful information for me. I make and maintain my own subscription list. Every post in every channel is potentially interesting to me. There is no water. And I don’t physically have time to read everything. So when I start reading, I subconsciously try to REDUCE the list of unread feeds. It makes me feel more comfortable. It makes me feel like I’m reading more and keeping up with life. And the easiest way to do this is to read channels with single posts – then the list quickly shrinks vertically.
Conclusions :
1. For bloggers, it’s best to write 1 post a day. It has a much better chance of being read. That’s what the ones I read do. Dmitry Davydov , Vitaly Kolesnik and a few others.
2. Alternatively, you can write 2-3-4 very small posts, literally of 3-5 lines. That’s the way it’s usually done. Alex Moskalyuk – And there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t read it.
I have to fight with myself and periodically delete from my subscription channels, the number of unread posts in which Google Reader marks as (100+). It’s not my fate to read them anyway, so at least they don’t make me think…
How’s that working out for you? Doesn’t the RSS make you nervous?

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