frankleeceo - 6:10 pm on Sep 17, 2013 (gmt 0)
For me I actually think wave plus constant updates if new information comes in work well.
It takes time for Google to fully index and assign the traffic to the posts, unless some of your posts are highly viral and sticky that people go to it all the time.
Because of the time frame that Google can take to fully boost the pages, I usually post all of my content as I finish them. I never hoard them nor do I intentionally post them with certain time frames. I keep it "natural" based on my own writing speed and feel.
But again my most productive day usually only nets about ~10 new articles then I go into a drought of going back to update my "older" contents. I don't spin content nor mash
I use it a gauge for my self, if certain topics are getting more traffic, I make more contents that are related to that content so that I get more views. The content that gets little traffic? No additional work will be put towards it...much.
This strategy has worked well for me.
Because of strategy, I have a few sites where the same content sits forever, while a few sites that continue to get updates. My overall trend is up, aside from the seasonal flux. But then again I only have about 2 years of content making experience with me.