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  How many blog posts should you write per month? 

 Everyone says that content marketing works, but how much content should you make? One of the questions I`m asked regularly is how many blog posts per month is the ideal ratio in terms of SEO, for anyone to publish on their blog. So let's discuss how many times you should blog, after all.

Now, can you guess how many pieces of material I write every month? Do you think it's one, do you think it's three? Do you think it's 20?

I write four a month. It is about a week.

And some months I write five because there are five weeks in a month.

But in reality it is so.

I only write one material each week.

And you're probably thinking, wait, if Neil writes a piece of content, I should write only one material.

Well, that is not the case.

What works for me may not work for you.

So let's go to know how much content you should write every single week because it varies per blog and per industry.

The first thing I want you to do is hand over to Ubersuggest and type in your opponent's domain.

When you type in your opponent's domain, you will see this domain overview report.

Click on the top pages and it will show you all the top pages that your competitors have.

Some of them will be blog posts, some will not do them.

It will also show you the keywords they are ranking for each blog post.

And it will also show the backlinks you show.

What I want you to do is take all the blog posts that are ranking for your contestant and make a big long list, not only for one contestant, but for everyone, whether it's three, five, 10 , Be 20, just get a laundry list.

This will give you a good sense of overlap, which articles are the same for all your competitors?

What are unique that they do not have?

And there can be only one or two?

And this will give you an idea of ​​how much content is in your space.

It works for almost every location because you have to consider that there are over a billion blogs, which means that there is content on everything.

The next thing I need to do is how competitive your competitors are.

How many backlinks do they have?

How much traffic do they have?

What is their domain score?

The higher the number, the harder it will be to compete with them.

I want you to go to Ubersuggest and then look at the domain score, your competitors' traffic, the higher the number means the more competitive it is, the lower the number, the better your competition It is as easy to make.

Now you have the domain score number, backlink count, traffic number of your competition, this will tell you how much content you should create.

If your competition usually has a domain score of less than 40, it means that if you have all the content, over time you can remove them quickly.

This means that you should produce a lot of material, whether it is seven ingredients a week, whether it is 20 days old, but you can produce as you wish.

The main reason is that, your place is not as competitive and it is not as tough to get ahead of your competition.

But on the other hand, if your competition has high domain scores, above 65, it will take too much time to defeat them.

And if that's the case, I don't want you to produce 10, 20, 30 articles a week, a month, or even a day.

What I want you to do is watch for content gaps.

Consider all the things they discuss and topics that are not discussed by a lot of people, but still get a lot of traffic?

'Cause you'll find that if you look at 10 contestants, there's probably one contestant who gets a lot of traffic from one blog post, but none of the other contestants considered writing an article on it.

If I want you to write content that is not taking advantage of others in your location, if your location is competitive.

In other words, you are looking for content gaps.

You are seeing what people are not really covering, and then you are covering them, even if your competitors have higher domain scores than you, they have higher authority, you can still perform well Are because they are not trying to rank for the conditions when they should be.

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