Google: Content Publishing Frequency Not A Ranking Signal

Mar 8, 2018 - 8:28 am 20 by

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John Mueller from Google said Google's algorithms doesn't give a benefit to a site that produces more content, more frequently than other sites. He said on Twitter, "a site isn't a machine that pumps out content at a fixed rate. Well, it shouldn't be :-)."

Yea, having more unique and quality content gives you more opportunities to rank well in search. But just because you publish 10 new pages per day and your competitor does 1 new page per week, it doesn't mean you will rank better for the same keywords because you publish more.

Here are the tweets:

I hope that makes sense?

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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