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January 03, 2012
Blogging: The Useful Post Strategy
By Jim Connolly
I've heard a number of bloggers recently proclaim that they are not going to update their blog as regularly as before. A few well-known bloggers made the announcement and now, others have followed suit. Their reason or excuse? From now on, they say, they are only going to publish posts, which hit it out of the park - Home runs!

In other words: They will only publish posts when they know, in advance, the post will be a smash hit.

A word of warning before you do the same

Before more bloggers decide to follow this approach, I want to explain why this is a really bad move, if you want to grow a commercially successful blog. But first, I'd like to share what I believe is the more likely reason behind many of those Home Run Post announcements.

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