At first it might sound naive but after several years and specially today, the web, traffic and income behave in surprising ways. We have too many cases where traffic increases don't exactly hit the earnings, sometimes the earnings might even go down.
The usual advice is to keep posting, publishing fresh and original stuff and it works in several ways around diff goals. BUT given that traffic seems steady in some cases no matter what, given that sometimes the traffic spikes don't increase the earnings and that many of us had or still have an ugly duck bringing money (that ugly site you never update)... then this question keeps comming back to my head (around Adsense Earnings):
- What's your experience on one site with no updates, and then you begin to post weekly, or daily (sure, fresh and original quality content).
- What's your experience on one site with weekly updates and then you begin posting daily or even more than once per day?
- On the short term?
- Long term?
I played with this in the past with not much luck. I got more traffic lon term... earnings went slightly up. Then got back to regular posts. Today I have LOTS of fresh new quality content ready to be posted (automatic posts) but I wonder if it's worth posting all of that on a daily basis. I'm talking about 60+ quality articles with original pictures, it's even enough to create a new website from scratc (yes it's that good). I'm fearful of creating a wave and then no posts for a while.
** Note: I know many post around here about "thousands" or new articles per day, some talk about 10,000 pages but still after all these years I can't really figure out how to write all that much of "good" content. I agree that there is always a new view on something but I also agree with some members who say 10,000 in a matter of months is nothing but poor content or essays, no offense, just please if you think 60+ great articles is just too little to talk about (without a clue on what I wrote)... then this is not the thread for you.
Thanks and please share your opinion