Welcome to the fifteenth day of the May 30 days writing challenge. If you don't know what this challenge is about, please have a look at the introductory post. Also, at the end of each article I will post the links to all the posts in the challenge (if you're joining the challenge, I encourage you to do the same). Also, if you join, don't forget to tag your post with #challenge30days and also leave a comment with the link of your post, so I can evaluate if you're one of the 3 lucky Steemians that will get a full upvote from me.
How Many Posts Per Day Do You Write? Why?
When I first started to analyze my ROI from using Steemit (which was more than a year ago), I realized that frequency of posting plays a much higher role than the so called "quality" of the posts. Back then, there was a huge debate on Steemit regarding the difference between "small stuff" and "quality posts", or posts that you would spend a few hours putting together, doing research, adding pictures, and so on and so forth. My biggest surprise was to realize that there is no correlation whatsoever between what I considered to be "quality" and what other people considered to be "quality". Most of the time, we had very different ideas about that.
If you really think at it, it's not that surprising, though. We're highly subjective individuals, we have different experiences, different tastes and different expectations. So it's very difficult to find value agreement on individual opinions.
But it's way easier to reach agreement on consistency. Consistency makes you recognizable and predictable, and these are two things that are easier to agree on that whatever we may call "opinion value". People want to make sense of their environment, to find their ways in there, so making their environment recognizable and predictable is way more important than making it spectacular (at least in the beginning).
So even if you post just one article per day, but do it consistently, curate your topics with diligence and just be there, your chances at creating a supportive audience are much higher. I guess you now understand my preference for 30 days challenges.
Back to the topic of the day: I'm posting between one and four articles per day. There are days when I'm posting only one and then there are strings of 5-6 days in a row when I'm posting four articles per day. But my average I think it's somewhere between 1 and 2.
So, how many posts do you publish per day on Steemit? Leave a link to your post in the comments so I can check it out.
Previous Posts In The Challenge
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Fourteen: What’s Your Favorite Writing Topic? Why?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Thirteen: Name Top 3 Favorite Cities That You Want To Live In. Why?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Twelve: What Crypto Asset Will Dominate The Market In 5 Years?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Eleven: What’s More Important For Steemit Right Now: Smart Media Tokens or Hivemind?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Ten: What’s Your Favorite Morning Drink: Coffee, Tea, Water, Juice? Why?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Nine: Where Do You See Steemit In 5 Years?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Eight: What’s Your Most Consistent Hobby For The Last 5 Years?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Seven: Name 3 Things That Must Be Done Immediately To Make Steemit.com A Better Experience
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Six: What Is Your Main Reason For Staying On Steemit?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Five: What Are The Top 5 Crypto Assets You’re Investing In Now?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Four: What Are The Top 5 Most Relevant Witnesses On Steemit? Why?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Three: What’s The Best Thing That Happened To You Because Of Steemit?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day Two: If You Will Get 1000 STEEM Tomorrow, What Would You Do With It?
- May 30 Days Writing Challenge - Day One: How Did You Get On Steemit?
- Announcing May 30 Days Writing Challenge: Strengthening The Steemit Community
I'm a serial entrepreneur, blogger and ultrarunner. You can find me mainly on my blog at Dragos Roua where I write about productivity, business, relationships and running. Here on Steemit you may stay updated by following me @dragosroua.
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