Should You Blog Everyday?

Let’s be honest.

Rules are not that important.

Personally, I’ve never been much of a fan of rules, not because I am some sort of rebel, but because you can always break them. If you look closely, you’ll find examples of folks who ignored some rules and still became successful.

As if rules were meant to be broken.

Take these blogging rules into account:

  • Blog posts should never be over 350 words
  • If you want to post articles, you should move to another format
  • You must post every day

Hey, as a guy who blogs on blogging, I’ve certainly got no problem with blogging advice, but I’d certainly like it to contain the following: it depends.

It depends on your audience, your goals, your resources, and what works… right?

When it comes to blogging advice, I try to stick to fundamentals of solid writing. Ultimately, blogging is just a platform.You’re either writing something compelling that resonates with readers, or you’re not.

Should you blog every single day?

Probably not.

But it depends.

It depends on your time, energy, on your topics, your blog’s format…

It’s also about your level of commitment, what you want out of it, if you want to earn a living from blogging…

But what do you think?

Should one blog everyday? Why?


85 thoughts on “Should You Blog Everyday?

  1. I blog when I have something to say. I try not to exceed 3 blogs per week, however. My blogs are very long, and I try to break them up with photos when I can. I rarely post anything under 2000 words. But that’s just me. I can’t tell a short story. 🙂

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  2. I try to post at least once, every day. I’m not always successful. Life DOES get in the way.

    I don’t like bloggers that post more than twice a day unless it is a news aggregator with many authors. But, it still clogs up my news feed.

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