Debunking the “Post every day!” Myth

Why Posting Every Day is a Silly Strategy (And What to Do Instead)I don’t post to my blog every day.

And I’m not very apologetic about that either.

In fact, I believe that, especially at the start of a new blogging venture, it’s unwise to post to your blog every day. Why? Let me tell you where you can find your answer…

Last week I had the honor of being featured as the first guest blogger ever on Boost Blog Traffic, Jon Morrow’s new blog. Jon is the widely-recognized master of guest blogging, and one of my personal online business mentors.

So, for me to be featured on his blog is a great honor.

And I really want you to go there and read my post. If you’re going to be a true online entrepreneur who works productively and produces great results, financial and otherwise, you need to heed the advice I give there.

In this post I show you the numerous harmful effects of posting to your blog every day. I also show you exactly what to do instead, and give you a fascinating example of the results that can be achieved if you creatively follow my advice.

Please go there and read it now.

But that’s not all I want to tell you today…

If you’ve been wondering why I’m quiet, rest assured that I have been researching some awesome online-business-boosting advice.

I’m working very hard behind the scenes to bring you a solution to one of your biggest problems…

Most of my coaching clients struggle to grow a decent-sized yet responsive email list, and to effectively sell their products to that list. And doing those two things successfully lies at the core of being a productive online entrepreneur…

Is that enough said for now? I think so.

I’ll be in touch real soon (but definitely not tomorrow!).

Here’s where you need to go next: Why Posting Every Day is a Silly Strategy (And What to Do Instead)






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