Under site manager area, "view details" shows 'Publishing Frequency'. Regarding my sites, four of them is at 0%. and one is at 40% I tried getting them up to at least, 80%, but can't keep them up at a higher percentage at the same time.

Putting together & completing full webpages for Each url (H1, H2, H3, keyword placement, content, images, video, internal & external links, CTA) can be hard, very time consuming and gives me a complete 'burnout'.

Just checking to see how everyone else handle their 'publishing frequency?' Are there any shortcuts to getting it up to 80%, or 100%?

Ron

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JeannineC Premium
Yup, it can be a challenge for sure.

For starters, I think you are correct to focus on a single site at a time.

One thing that always helps me is having the idea for my topic already in mind. I make lists all the time of ideas for posts, and it saves a lot of time. Once I've got the topic in mind, I start thinking about it, growing ideas about content in my brain. Then when it's actually time to write the post, it's pretty easy to do; the content just flows.

It also takes time to build up writing skills to the point of being able to easily, quickly write GOOD copy. Remember, just putting words on a page to meet an arbitrary goal may make the reporting system happy, but it won't mean the copy is good enough to entice someone to buy what you are writing about. That needs to be your primary focus here.
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rjkennedy Premium
Thank you for your input JeannineC. Do you still make all copy 1500 words in length or short copy regarding publishing frequency? Do it still need to be indexed & followed? (This 'publishing frequency' have me a little confused)
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JeannineC Premium
I'll usually shoot for anywhere from 800-1200 words; more than that tires the reader and they honestly rarely finish it. Always keep in mind that it's more important to write for the reader than for Google. Sure, Google may rank you, but Google will never buy anything from you, and if your article ranks but has a high bounce rate, you won't keep that rank anyway. However, if your article doesn't have a high bounce rate because readers stay on it and read the whole thing, you'll rank much higher naturally anyway!
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richardgb Premium
Hi Ronald
I have similar challenges. I started with 2 sites and then said yes once too often to supporting my wife’s offline business for a while.

So first I focused on productivity. I created a production line (workflow system) for my posts using notion.os software (free). This means I can develop any number of ideas from idea through to publishing in a controlled way, whether working online or offline, and whenever I have spare time with phone or pc.

I considered dropping a site, and after some thought I combined them instead.
:-)
Richard
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rjkennedy Premium
Thanks Richard. Combining sites is one way to go. I have so many.
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GeoffreyC1 Premium
You should pick one website to concentrate on. Otherwise you will have several low quality websites that Google won't rank.
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rjkennedy Premium
Thank you GeoffreyC1. That's something I was thinking about. I have 5 url's. Only one is 'product based.' The other four are 'article based.'
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Mikess Premium
I do it every day, it's a habit, and my business is growing. I'm not going to pay someone to write for me. After almost a year of doing it, I've come to love it.

If you don't like doing it or find it difficult to find the time, perhaps it's not for you.
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rjkennedy Premium
Mikess, the writing doesn't bother me, it's just keeping the pace up without my percentages falling too low (I run 5 sites)
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Mikess Premium
You've overextended yourself to the point of burnout. Drop to one site so you can maintain good mental health.
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Aussiemuso Premium
Hi Ron, I understand how you feel and I was having the same challenge as we all do. So in January I started using a copywriter to write 3 articles a week on one of my websites. This is working out fantastic.

This is just another option if you want to really build the consistency on one website. Unless you love writing or can write very fast yourself you will probably need to find a writer to help.

Regards
Lily 😁🎶
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rjkennedy Premium
Thank you for your input. So you have only one website?
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Aussiemuso Premium
No 3 but I'm only really focused on the one.

Lily 😁🎶
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