Should You Blog Every Day??

Should You Blog Every Day?

The answer really depends.

Should you blog every day to increase traffic flow to a brand new blog site online? … Yes.

You don’t really have to blog every single day, in order to build a successful blog online. The raw truth is that you should actually work a lot more on the marketing of the blog posts you already have.

But publishing new content and sharing it all over the social networks and the internet, is a way of marketing your blog online.

So, if you really enjoy writing and you want to increase the daily traffic to your blog, I would suggest you to publish one valuable blog post every day.

Publishing fresh new content on a daily basis, can really help your blog become an authority site in front of the search engines and increase the daily traffic flow to the site.

Also. The more people visit your blog every single day, the better Alexa Rankings you will have. Not that an Alexa Ranking is sooo important … but it is nice to know you have built a successful blog online that has great rankings on the internet. πŸ˜€

I actually changed my mind a lot in this topic. I also asked myself many many times; “..should you blog every day in order to build a successful blog online??..”

I did my research through the years.

I took many opinions from many other successful bloggers.

I’ve seen some bloggers build a successful blog one way and others build a successful blog the opposite way.

I’ve seen some bloggers build a successful blog with just 4 – 10 blog posts a month and other bloggers build a successful blog with a new blog post every single day.

Here is an example of two bloggers who have built their blogs very differently:

Matthew Woodward from – it looks like he doesn’t really blog “every day” but he has built an amazing SEO blog. I’ve followed this guy for a while and he knows his stuff. He’s built this blog with zero backlinks and all with quality content.

Matthew Woodward from

Ray Higdon from – if you go to his blog, you will find out that this guy blogs every day. He has built a successful blog by sharing a valuable piece of content on his blog, every day. Very consistently.

Ray Higdon from

Now, if you think about how these two guys built their successful blogs from scratch, you might find out they did it very differently. BUT the only thing that they most likely did the same, was the amount of Marketing they did for their Blog’s Content.

The key to make any blog, a successful blog, is the Marketing you do for the content.

And as I mentioned earlier, publishing a new valuable, unique, and interesting blog post every day – AND sharing it all over the Social Networks Online, IS a way of marketing your blog and the blog’s content.

You just have to work on driving traffic to your blog every single day. Focus a lot on the traffic flow to your blog every single day. If you do this for a while, you are definitely going to earn some money from the revenue to your blog.

Every day, spend one or two hours creating an awesome blog post, then publish it. The next 2 – 3 hours, spend it marketing the heck out of that blog post.

Doing this every day, will of course depend a lot on how much free time you have daily. If you have another job and you only got 2 – 3 hours to work on your blog, then simply work a lot more on your productivity to get this stuff done in that time period. No biggie. πŸ˜€

Don’t over complicate things.

Work your way around things!

If you are going full time blogging online, then this should be your daily routine.

Treat Blogging as a “Real Job”.

Treat it like a 6-Figure Business and get paid like a 6-Figure Earner. πŸ˜‰ … just go ask Ray Higdon! ..


Should you blog every day?? ….

I’ve read a lot of different opinions from many other bloggers online. And to be honest, that just got me a bit more confused about the topic. And a bit harder to find the real answer to this question.

I’ve read somewhere that blogging daily can get overwhelming to the readers and newsletter subscribers, because of “too much” information, “too fast”. And because everyone subscribes to many different blogs online, their email inbox will be cluttered with new blog updates.

I can see how this might seem like a problem to many bloggers online, but the truth of the matter is that YOU are the one who is in control of how many blogs you subscribe to. Not the blog’s owner.

As the blogger, and the one publishing content regularly, I care more about WHAT content I deliver and not HOW often. If I happen to blog every single day, so be it. It is up to you to whether follow the blog and it’s constant new content.

I also thought that blogging daily and sending my subscribers and readers, an email update almost every day, was a bad idea. But I was wrong, and all thanks to the junk I read on the internet sometimes.

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Let’s talk about emailing your subscribers or readers real quick…..

If someone told you that emailing your list every day is dumb or wrong or a bad idea….. then they are the ones who are actually dumb, wrong and have a bad idea. LOL (not offending anyone, just sayin’!)

Emailing your list everyday can be very beneficial to the rapport you have to build with them. You want the people who subscribe to listen to you, to listen to you!

If you don’t email your list very very often, and I’m talking about EVERY DAY often, then they are not going to get used to seeing your emails in their inbox.

Trust me.

I’ve learned a lot from top producers in this industry. I’ve learned what I know today from guys like Daegan Smith, Tracey Walker, Rob Fore, Ray Higdon, David Wood, David Sharpe, Aaron Rashkins, and many other leaders in this industry….

All of the successful internet marketers online say this; “the more often you email your list, the faster you are going to build a relationship”..

And of course, is not as simple as saying it, you have to do the right things. And implement the right knowledge in the art of email marketing.

You need to learn how to build a great relationship with your subscribers through email. It doesn’t matter how often you email them, what matters is what you are emailing them.

How much VALUE are you providing them with?

Are you making your emails all about you and what YOU are doing? ..

…or are your emails all about THEM and what is the benefit of doing business with you and keep opening your emails?..

These are some great questions that can help you improve your email marketing results.

But anyways….. I just went from the blogging topic to email marketing! LOL πŸ˜€

I’ll talk to you a lot more on how to become an email marketing ninja on another post! … so make sure you are subscribe to this blog updates! πŸ˜‰

Bottom line

The bottom line here is that you will never know what works best for you, until you actually implement the strategy and see for yourself what type of results you get.

So, blogging daily is not such a bad idea. And if you don’t really have the time to do it, then just don’t do it. Is that simple. You always can work your way around it.

You just will never know if blogging daily works for your or not, until you do it a lot and get results from doing it.

How often do you blog??…

What are your tips on this subject? …

Leave your comments below and let us know what you think about this post and your thoughts on this topic…. πŸ˜€


This is my blog post for the day. πŸ™‚

Thanks for coming by and reading!! ..

I wish you the best success online!

Love&Harmony!.. ..


-Freddy Gandarilla
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  1. Miracle Ayodele May 5, 2014 at 11:17 pm - Reply

    Hi Freedy, i agree with your points, but it is always good to have a schedule. One has to decide if he or she will be sharing contents on the blog per day or twice a week or one a week and the likes.

    One thing i will add is consistence. When you set a schedule, always be consistent and make sure you deliver the right content. Thanks for sharing.

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera May 5, 2014 at 11:26 pm - Reply

      Hey Miracle!…

      Thanks for coming by and leaving a valuable comment! πŸ˜‰

      I agree with you too. Consistency is Key in the success of a blog online.

      Organizing yourself and setting up a schedule you can follow – is essential! ..

      A strong Self-Discipline is a must, if you want to succeed online.

      Good points man!

      Much success!

      Cheers! πŸ˜€

  2. Ann07 May 6, 2014 at 7:05 am - Reply

    If you can blog every single day, then why won’t you? If you feel this thing to be a light task for you, then do it as what you want it.

    As for my own opinion, everyday blogging is quite a stressful task, even if this will cause you to gain more traffic and leads. But, of course, you need to be considerate. You should know what’s best for you.

    There’s nothing wrong if you try. Consider your time, your ability and your capacity in doing such tasks.

    Thanks for sharing us your insights! πŸ™‚


    By the way, I found this post shared on

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera May 6, 2014 at 9:11 am - Reply

      I agree with you Ann!

      Blogging every single day is definitely not for everyone.

      Thanks for coming by and leaving a valuable comment! …

      Much success!

      Cheers! πŸ˜€

  3. metz May 6, 2014 at 9:40 am - Reply

    There are so many good reasons why daily blogging is advised.

    If you blog daily, it will breed your ideas and creativity, it prevents writer’s block, stops things becoming a big deal, prevents procrastination, makes you more productive and makes it easier to get into work mode.

    And I think the article share a strong reason why you should blog every day. πŸ™‚

    I have shared this comment in the content syndication and social bookmarking and networking website for Internet marketers – where this post was found.

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera May 6, 2014 at 10:37 am - Reply

      I totally agree with you Metz!..

      GREAT Points! πŸ˜‰

      Thanks for passing by and leaving a very valuable comment!

      Cheers!~ πŸ˜€

  4. Sunday May 6, 2014 at 10:37 am - Reply

    I think having a regular update of content is important for blogging success. Should we blog daily? This is subjective. It depends on the owner, and like I have said, blogging is all about providing relevant contents and updates! The readers and search engines should be made to see how consistent the content would be shared!

    I shared this comment in – the content syndication and social marketing website where this post was found.

    Sunday – contributor

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera May 6, 2014 at 11:05 am - Reply

      awesome comment Sunday!!

      Thanks for coming by! …

      I wish you much success! …

      Cheers! πŸ˜€

  5. Arun Kallarackal May 6, 2014 at 12:31 pm - Reply

    Well, this question is an important one. But it also has some dilemmas associated with it. For instance, take my situation. I know very well that publishing new blog posts each day is a good thing for a blog. It will aid in getting more traffic by content marketing on social sites and other means.

    But at the same time, due to my job and other commitments, mainly freelance work ones, I seldom get time to update my blogs regularly.

    But I have a way to tackle this problem. The key is to focus on quality and write blog posts that people search for, but have low competition associated with that key word!

    So far, for me, this strategy has been working for me, getting be decent traffic despite me not updating my blogs each day. πŸ™‚

    I found the link to this article on Kingged.


    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera May 6, 2014 at 1:05 pm - Reply

      Hey Arun! ..
      Thank you for passing by and leaving an interesting comment!

      You got good points. 1000% Focus on the Quality and Value of your Blog Post – is also very important.

      If you want to make it happen, then you must find a time to do the necessary work to be one step closer to your goal online.

      No doubt about that! πŸ˜€

      I wish you the best success online Arun!

      Cheers! πŸ™‚

  6. Ryan Biddulph May 7, 2014 at 12:48 am - Reply

    Whatever makes you feel good Freddy, go with that. Practice does make better, keep in mind. Smart post!

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera May 7, 2014 at 10:04 am - Reply

      THanks for coming by Ryan! ..

      If you want to become good at something (anything) there is no way around practicing the task until you are damn good at it!! lol

      I wish you much success bro!

      Cheers! πŸ˜€

  7. YourFriend May 8, 2014 at 12:49 pm - Reply

    Daily Blogging lets Google know that you have a Blog , not a Website.
    Google loves blogs because they keep updating regularly and contain fresh content.

    I found this post on and kingged it

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera May 8, 2014 at 4:22 pm - Reply

      well said my friend!! πŸ˜€

      Thanks for passing by and leaving a valuable comment!

      Much Success!

      Cheers! πŸ™‚

  8. Mike April 30, 2015 at 1:59 pm - Reply

    Well, in my case, I can say that since I started to write new posts every day, my traffic has been increasing very well.
    The problem is the following, if Google or other search engine is used to index your blog daily due to the fact that you work on it every day, you need to keep this rhythm every day otherwise the traffic could drop suddenly.

    • Freddy G. Cabrera
      Freddy G. Cabrera May 2, 2015 at 2:49 pm - Reply

      Hi Mike!

      That is awesome man! .. blogging very often definitely helps your site boost up the traffic flow!

      Well, there is a good solution for that little problem you are talking about here….. and that is publishing your content in a SMART way! πŸ˜‰

      Here is what I mean; … you need to sprinkle your content with Long Tail Keywords, and find ways to give your posts good backlinks, with time the organic traffic will build up. This is exactly what is happening to my blog here … I do a little bit of keyword research, I gather long tail keywords, and I use them throughout my content.

      This way you can take breaks, and still see your traffic flow increase day by day. You don’t have to keep on publishing content like crazy, once your current posts are being shared by a lot of people – this is why you need to concentrate on creating EPIC content and using long tail keywords, Your posts can get a lot of traffic for a long time!

      Thanks for passing by and leaving a good comment man!

      I wish you the best!

      See you around!

      Cheers! πŸ˜€