I’m not sure about the meaning of post data. For me, it is simply the number of posts that have been up since a certain date. I’m not sure if others consider it a measure of success or a measure of influence.
I do find it interesting that people tend to use the post data as the primary measure of success, as opposed to the number of likes, comments, shares, etc. that can help with traffic and SEO. I would, however, consider it to be a measure of influence/impact. If you post five times a day, your chances of getting a lot of traffic to your website is probably quite good.
This is where I think we are as bloggers. We have no idea how many people are reading this, so we can’t really tell if we are making a difference or not. But it’s very possible that our influence is so small that it has little effect on traffic and SEO. However, I think if you post frequently enough, you can be able to have a significant impact on traffic and SEO.
This is where the number of blog posts is a good indicator of how much traffic your site is attracting. The more often you post, the better your chances of attracting traffic to your site. But, you may also have a big impact on your own SEO by posting often enough. It’s not just the regular visitors that you’re attracting. Most of the people visiting your site will probably be more interested in seeing what you have to say than in reading what you have to say.
I have always felt that the more I post, the better I am at giving my visitors a good experience. As a matter of fact, there is a direct correlation between how many blog posts I do and how much traffic my site gets. The more things I post on a blog, the more traffic I will get. And what is more, I do this because it makes me happy.
The reason I do this is because it makes me feel good, and it is a lot easier than trying to get traffic to my website. It also makes me feel that I am contributing to a greater cause, by helping my readers find out about new things that I am interested in.
The main reason I do this is because I have more followers on my site than I did on the main page.
People visit my site because the information they need is right in front of them, and that is what makes my site worth visiting. It is what makes my page worthwhile. In some ways, this is the perfect application for Google’s ranking algorithm. We think that our blog posts are the only way that people can truly get to know our site, so we don’t care if Google likes it.
In terms of what Google likes about your site, we think the posts are worth more attention. We think that people are more likely to click on a post if they are interested in what is going on. In some sense, your blog posts are the most authoritative sources of information on your site.
My advice is to use links. If you get a link to your site from somewhere, make sure that you take the time to click and examine it, and then click on the link. To get the best search engine rankings, keep in mind that you also need to take some of the time to get the content out of the page, even if it comes in two minutes.