It’s a sad truth: if you stop blogging, people will eventually forget about you.
Just like the actors in our favorite movies or athletes once they retire, we soon forget the big names and find new ones to idolize.
Even if your blog enjoys the spotlight now with revolutionary posts that go totally Justin -Beiber-viral the moment you hit Publish, it won’t last forever. That’s where your output comes in. Reach an appropriate, consistent level of output and you’ll get returning readers while keeping Google happy too.
But how do we reach a “good” level of output, and what amount is it? How much do you have to write to stay popular? Let’s take a look.
The “one post a day” model
The one post a day model is pretty popular, probably because it’s easy to visualize. You wake up, brew the coffee, and sit down at the computer. As your heads spins with thoughts from the previous night and new ideas on the future, you write them down.