E N Brown
said 7 months, 1 week ago:
Hi Albert @albertmora
Because I have multiple blogs and manage blogs for clients this is a tough question to answer.
At the Prairieland Food blog I make one entry per month for the food package and try to write one or two articles or post a couple of recipes per month. This does not always happen. This past summer we had a crisis at our house (2 hospital stays and subsequent inpatient rehab – starting in June and took until this month to get all that completed) and so I had to catch up this month with the offered packages and articles for that particular blog.
At my own blogs I’ve fallen behind but don’t worry about that much – see, we have websites with good search engine position so the blogs are there to enhance our online presence so are not necessarily crucial to our business efforts online.
Articles for my own blogs run from 300 to 1,000 words – when they run up to 650 – 1000 I break them down into segments or page views.
Here’s the thing – a nice 200-400 word article can really be a great enhancement when it is based on a client or customer recommendation. Those “stories” really can boost a potential clients confidence. Even when simply giving advice a short article can be found and lead to your flagship website – so can be a traffic booster too.
I’m not sure what you are looking for but this — just off the top of my head.