Seth Godin said in a recent interview about blogging that when he began to write shorter posts and to post more often, the quality of the responses he received improved. Not the quantity, but the quality
Getting lots of click-throughs, likes, comments, etc. is nice. It seems to validate your content. But wouldn’t it be better to get fewer responses that were more productive, that more quickly and more frequently converted to sales?
When you have fewer responses to manage, you might also save on a very valuable asset: time.