We all ask during the creation of our blog, what could be the right frequency of publication of articles.
To this question, there are as many answers as bloggers.
Roughly, there are those who prefer to leave the field open to inspiration, and publish from time to time without specific frequency.
Those who have simply decided to publish a little, but steadily, forcing themselves to be distilled over several days for the articles they wrote during a moment of inspiration.
And there are bloggers who does not post below the 5 or 6 articles per day. If not more.
It is commonly accepted that the number of published posts is proportional to the audience of a blog. For the simple reason that the readers who subscribe to the RSS feeds come more often visit the blog. There of course other sources of visitors (engines, links on websites…) which are more likely to be involved when a blogger publishes frequently.
But the crux of the remaining subscribers to the RSS feed.
These are very labile and can easily transfer their blog aggregator. Especially if it is overloaded. No need to go very far to notice it, just look at how you, you manage your subscriptions.
And what are the first blogs that are left out when we want to make room? Those that do not read, or more. And what are blogs that we tend to neglect? Those that did not have time to read. That is the problem, the (good) blogs have proliferated, but the time allocated for their reading has remained the same.
So if you want to keep its subscribers under control, it is best to limit the quota of articles published per day. 2 or 3 posts per day seems to be the upper limit which is not too much.
Finally, the urge to read up to something in no time advantage to those that offer little to read. Which is quite logical.