5 Benefits Of Writing More Than One Article Daily

Abstract

Currently, there are lots of bloggers who write more than one article on a daily basis.

Are you one of those bloggers?

If you answer happens to be “Yes,” you deserve a standing ovation.

And, if your answer is “No,” that is alright, because not every blogger is in the position to produce more than one article on a daily basis.

Short articles (those that are around 500 words) are much easier to write.

Most bloggers are capable of writing more than one short article on a daily basis.

Long-form content (articles that are around 1200 words and over) can be a bit challenging for a blogger.

Believe it or not, there are bloggers who produce articles that are 2000 words and over; I like to refer to them as, “The champions of long-form content.”

Some bloggers are quite capable of writing more than one of those articles that fall within the category of “Long-form content.”

However, only a small percentage of bloggers would choose to write long-form content.

And, why is it that a small percentage of bloggers would choose to write long-form content?

Because, writing long-form content actually involves more work (So, picture in your mind’s eye what it would be like to write more than one of those articles).

Writing more than one article on a daily basis has its benefits and I am going to tell you what those benefits are.

1.) You Can Schedule Them

Yes, my friend, you can schedule them.

One of the nice features of the WordPress Editor is that you can set your blog post to be published at a future date (It is not mandatory for you to stare at the clock and wait patiently to press the “Publish” button at a particular time).

I have scheduled my blog posts on numerous occasions (And, it is quite easy to do).

By the way, if you do not know how to schedule your blog posts and you would like to learn how to actually do it, I highly recommend that you read Schedule A Post by the WordPress Support Team.

Scheduling blog posts will ensure that you never miss your deadline.

And, once you have established the habit of scheduling your blog posts, you will ask yourself, “Why is it that I never thought about doing that before?”

I remembered the time when I had a power outage in my area (I had no electricity for almost half of the day).

My blog did not suffer, because my blog post was scheduled.

When the electricity returned, I did the following things:

  • I responded to the comments that were made in the comments section of my blog.
  • I visited the blogs from a portion of my fellow bloggers.
  • I commented on the blogs of some of my fellow bloggers.
  • I pressed the “Like” button on the blog posts that I read from some of my fellow bloggers on WordPress.

The list might appear to be a very short one for some people, but I would like to mention that the things that I highlighted takes up a lot of time (I view it as a necessary sacrifice).

Now, if I did not schedule my blog post, the power outage would have delayed my content creation process.

So, the next time that you write more than one article, you can schedule one of those articles of yours.

2.) You Can Post Them On The Same Day

Okay, I am fully aware of the fact, that there are bloggers who are not into scheduling their blog posts; they would prefer to publish them on the same day that they were created.

There are bloggers on WordPress.com who publish blog posts at least three times a day (And, in order for them to do that, they would need to have numerous blog posts in their arsenal — blog posts that they can share with their viewing audience at various times of the day).

Posting at least three articles daily will increase the incoming traffic to your blog (But, do see to it that those articles of yours are of a high-quality, because if they are not, you will end up sabotaging your blog).

Also, your blog will be indexed by Google at a faster rate if you published more than one blog post daily.

If you are one of those bloggers with numerous blog posts in their drafts section, you can polish them up nicely and publish three of them daily.

Now, in my case, I will stick to publishing one article on a daily basis.

I do not want anyone to grow tired of seeing my blog posts in their WordPress.com Reader (After all, my articles are of a beefy nature).

3.) It Could Get You Into The Habit Of Writing Daily

Another wonderful benefit of writing more than one article daily is that it has the potential of becoming a full-blown habit.

Now, that type of habit would work in your favour, because as a blogger, you would always have content at your disposal.

You can schedule them to be published at a future date, or you can publish those articles of yours right away (The choice is yours).

I would also like to point out that it is not necessary for a blogger to publish everything that they write.

The important thing is that they develop the habit of writing on a daily basis.

Would you like to develop the habit of writing more than one article on a daily basis?

4.) You Can Submit Guest Posts For Websites

If you intend on submitting guest posts to websites, you will need to have more than one aricle; you will need to have at least one for your own blog and another for someone else’s blog.

People who are interested in that sort of thing will have to be focused on always creating content.

Besides, it would not make much sense if you submitted numerous guest posts to other people’s blogs and you neglected your own.

There is an old adage that states, “Charity begins at home.”

Therefore, your main priority would be to produce content for your blog before handling the guest posting affairs on someone else’s blog.

Guest posting is a great option for someone who has grown into the habit of writing more than one article on a daily basis.

In most instances, people who do guest posting for others tend to receive a lot of incoming traffic to their own blog.

5.) You Can Post The Additional Article On Your Other Blog

If you have adopted the habit of composing more than one article on a daily basis, you can publish one of them on your other blog.

Bloggers with more than one blog are always in need of articles.

There are lots of bloggers who manage both of their blogs well.

These bloggers always see to it that they have sufficient content for both blogs.

If you are a lean, mean writing machine, there is a high chance of you managing two blogs with ease.

Final Thoughts

Writing more than one article daily has its perks.

So, my friend, if you have a natural talent for writing, you might as well put it to good use by writing more than one article on a daily basis.

And, if you are not a natural-born writer, you can still practice with the intentions of writing more than than one article daily.

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24 thoughts on “5 Benefits Of Writing More Than One Article Daily

  1. I typically post 3-5 times a day, but my average word is only 230 (so far this year). I can’t imagine posting more than one post a day if I averaged 500 words per post, much less 1,000 words or more.

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  2. Dear Renard. I just want to say ‘Thank you’ for your posts. Normally, I cannot stay fixated on a lengthy post, but yours are a joy to read. The way you have it formatted is easy on the eyes, and you speak with a good heart. Have a beautiful day. xxx

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  3. Sometimes I feel I blog too much. But if I have my creative bursts; I can sometimes write 2-3 times a day; short or long blogs. But I am one that loves to share my writing and gain as much of an audience as possible. I feel if my writing can make a difference in someon’s life then I am happy.

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  4. Hi Renard,
    Great and informative post you have here. The points you presented are true, I honestly agree with. However, one of the best reasons to write more everyday is that it will help you improve your writing skills significantly.
    It is logical to say that, the more you write, the more you understand your topic and niche, and the more your writing will improve.

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  5. I agree, writing every day is good for all of us, Renrad. However, we must be very careful not to overwhelm our readers with publishing too many posts in one day. That’s where scheduling your posts works best.
    Try and have a big enough gap (at least six hours) between publishing posts. Many readers have told me that they will unfollow the blogs of bloggers who publish too many posts a day. I tend to delete posts without reading them if a blogger publishes too many posts close together. I know of many bloggers who do the same. As ‘Miracles Happens’ mentioned in their comment, the quality of posts should always take priority over the number of posts.

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    1. 🙂 Well, Hugh, I did mention the importance of those articles being of a high-quality and if they are not, bloggers would end up sabotaging their blogs.

      Bloggers can safely post content at least three times a day if they are spaced out many hours apart from each other.

      Your suggestion of spacing multiple blog posts six hours apart is a good one.

      I will not discourage anyone from posting more than one article daily.

      For the record, if a blog specialises in news, it can be updated multiple times a day.

      Also, WordPress is famous for their Daily Prompts (Which is carried out by various bloggers many times a day).

      From a realistic point of view, it would be ridiculous to post numerous articles daily if one truly has nothing good to say.

      Personally, I would prefer to publish one article on a daily basis.

      Also, I always try to schedule as many blog posts as I can (Which are set to be published once a day).

      Thank you for sharing your point of view!

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      1. Thank goodness I don’t follow any news blogs, Renard. I don’t think I could cope with new posts multiple times a day.
        It’s a shame that WordPress discontinued their daily word prompts. I know these prompts helped many bloggers, especially those who struggled in coming up with ideas for posts. Still, there are, thankfully, many bloggers who have taken over from WordPress and now publish weekly and daily writing prompts.

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