Most Prolific Blogger

I received an email from a reader which asked me if I knew of other bloggers who are more prolific than I am in posting content.

Off the top of my head I would list the following blogs as being pretty darn prolific:

Israel Matzav
Smooth Stone

This is an incomplete list, but there you have it.

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  1. Jack's Shack says

    Better to be symbiotic than idiotic.

  2. Daled Amos says


    I appreciate the mention, but the other bloggers post all their own material–these days, the bulk of what I post is linking to other bloggers.

    That’s symbiotic at best.

  3. Jack's Shack says


    Oh, so you’ve slowed down. You are still good for around 100 posts a month, or more than a 1000 a year.




    My lips are sealed.


    Any time.


    You are being too kind. There are many others out there who are better than I.

  4. Yours, Jack, is, for my money, the best in the world.

  5. Jack, thank you for the mention. I really appreciate it.

  6. Aussie Dave says


    Thanks for the secret formula.

    Unfortunately, I need my sleep!

  7. Carl in Jerusalem says


    Please do not tell my wife you put me on this list.

    Aussie Dave,

    The secret is sleeplessness except for Shabbat and Chag.

    I also have many days that I don’t do more than 4-5 posts. And then there are other days….

  8. Daled Amos is in that league as well.

  9. Aussie Dave says

    Jack, thanks for the mention but I don’t think I’m even close 🙂 I’ve been around for a while in blog years, but I’m now down to 1-4 posts a day (except Shabbat and Chagim, of course).

    Out of your list, I would say the blogger at Israel Matzav is likely the most prolific. On the few occasions I have visited his blog, he seems to be churning out the posts. If I recall correctly he is a lawyer, so I’m surprised he finds the time to post so much. (I want to know his secret!)

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