A new mathematical formula for Blogging

Yes I discovered a new formula for blogging. Let me put in mathematical terms.

Posting Frequency Traffic Received at Blog

For those who don’t know or forgot their mathematics is symbol of proportionality. That means Posting Frequency at any blog is directly proportional to traffic received at the blog. Here is a screenshot of the proof of above statement:

NSpeaks Statistics

Compare this to the dates on which I posted: 1, 3, 4, 5, 9 and 12. As you can see directly traffic around 4th and 9th august were greater than 100 while on other days it was way less.

But this does not mean that you should post daily but maintain the frequency at which you started blogging. Do keep some advance posts written in draft as handy so that you can publish them on days when nothing strikes you. So move towards better blogging and greater traffic. :cool:

4 Comments


  1. I agree. Sometime loyal reader will come back to your blog. But its hard to get the loyal reader without good content.


  2. Don’t freak out! I believe your loyal readers won’t leave you even if you post once a week.


  3. I agree that traffic does come a lot from search engines but a visitor when visits the blog and finds no new content for few days, he stops coming back resulting in traffic drop. This test applies to loyal readers of blogs.


  4. I have 2 points to your formula. But first, well done, I like this idea.
    1) I follow a blog schedule. This makes posting so much easier as I already have a set theme for the day and topic for the week. This also keeps me from gettign stuck without anything to write.
    2) There is a flaw in the posting frequency test. Or at least some missing data. Where did this traffic come from? I say this because I have found that there frequency is less important than title. I found that using the right words in my post titles helps drive traffic up. My traffic source is Google searches, so I can match without a doubt what I am doing to the traffic increase.

    BeachBum

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