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By Muhammad Saqib

If you’re a writer on Medium, you may be wondering whether or not you should post daily. Many people will tell you not to, but the answer is not so simple. In fact, it’s a bit complicated.

Firstly, it’s important to understand that Medium’s algorithm is not your enemy. It’s designed to support both new and old writers, but it’s slightly biased towards new ones. This is because the platform relies on fresh content to keep readers engaged and prevent the platform from becoming stagnant.

If you’re a new writer, this should give you hope that the platform will give you a chance to shine. However, there’s so much negativity surrounding Medium’s algorithm that it can make you feel sad and depressed. So, it’s important to stay positive and keep working hard.

For old writers, Medium’s algorithm is still your friend. While it may be biased towards new writers, it still provides support to older writers through following and inspiration icons, as well as paid viewership. As a paying member on Medium, you can support your favourite writers and help uplift their profiles.

So, what’s the answer to the question in the title? If you want to make money from every post, then posting daily may not be the best strategy. However, if you want to grow your following, then posting daily can help. The algorithm will reward you by showing your content to more readers.

To conclude, it’s important to stay positive and keep working hard on Medium. The platform can provide you with a chance to shine, but it’s up to you to take advantage of it. Post frequently and engage with your readers, and success will follow.

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By Muhammad Saqib

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