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The Daily Post Limit Is Not Likely To Be Raised

We see signs of optimism, occasionally, in Blogger Help Forum: Get Help with an Issue.
How do I convince Blogger to let me publish more than 50 posts / day, in my blog?
Blogger Support has repeatedly declined to make any change to the daily post limit.

"50 posts / day" is a soft limit - and is thought to include pages (static pages), and posts (dynamic pages), aggregated.

You are allowed to publish any quantity, daily.

You are actually allowed to publish any volume of pages and posts, that suits you. If you exceed the daily limit, which is thought to be near 50 pages and posts / day, you will simply have to solve a CAPTCHA, for each page / post over the daily limit.

It's possible that the limit is aggregated for all computers in the neighbourhood, similar to blog creation.

Can you actually write a new page / post every 1/2 hour, all day?

50 posts in 24 hours is roughly 1 page / post every 30 minutes. If you, arbitrarily, allow 4 hours / day to eat, sleep, and do everything else, that's 1 page / post every 24 minutes. Can you really write 1 page / post every 24 minutes, for 20 hours? Day after day?

Can you actually write a page / post every 1/2 hour, with acceptable content?

Blogger is a personal web site publishing platform. You're supposed to publish a Blogger blog with informative, interesting, and unique content. Can you really publish as much as 50 pages / posts each day, and stay within the limits of acceptable content?

Publish quality posts, in reasonable quantity.

Let Blogger have a chance to keep the level of spam down, in their content space. Publish good content, in limited quantity. Don't ask for Blogger to make it easier for spammers to operate.

Comments

Noida Property said…
Thank you for the information
rekha raju said…
thanks dude......blogger is adamant and we should write good content posts.......learnt a lesson from you

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