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    Publishing content

    Let's say that you built a new website, and you have 50 articles ready to be published. How would you publish them? Would you publish them all at once? One by one (time interval?)? Is it better to "strike" and hit the search engines with a huge amount of content at once, or take it easy and publish content constantly over a certain period of time?

    You are welcome to share your thoughts.

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    I feel that better to publish two articles a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmi View Post
    Let's say that you built a new website, and you have 50 articles ready to be published. How would you publish them? Would you publish them all at once? One by one (time interval?)? Is it better to "strike" and hit the search engines with a huge amount of content at once, or take it easy and publish content constantly over a certain period of time?

    You are welcome to share your thoughts.
    If you have 50 articles ready to be published, you could pretty much run that blog nonstop for a few months. There's no reason to post everyday, unless you want to build up that kind of reputation and momentum.

    You can post just a couple of times a week. So basically you might only need 8-10 articles a month. That means you could have consistent content on your website for just about 5 months

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    If you are using wordpress or Joomla. It is possible to set publishing date for each article

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    What niche is it in? What I would do is the following:
    - Starting with 1 article per day
    When the blog is listed in Google
    - Doing 2 articles per day
    After a few days or weeks
    - Doing 1 article per day again
    After you've written a lot already
    - Doing 1 article every 2 days

    Though this variates a lot from blog to blog
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    I am very impatient. I'd like to publish it all right away, but somehow I restrain myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sturat View Post
    If you are using wordpress or Joomla. It is possible to set publishing date for each article
    I agree with this strategy to set dates, so the site is continously updating. We offer this feature with phpLD articles as well.
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    Some believe to make it more like freshly written, one should not put exact posting-interval, so try to set 2 - 3 days interval between articles, it also gives you an opportunity to add new articles in between...

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    Publish 2 per day and build 20 backlinks to each today and five per day for a week.

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    I would post one a day.

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