This is one of the myths which many webmasters wish could turn out to be true. But is it? The logic behind that argument is: each new article posted on a blog, website, etc will draw in more traffic. Theoretically, depending on good you are at promoting your content each time you post a new article, video, etc you'll get lots of site visitors some of whom will get to be regular visitors. And they in turn will tell there friends about your site. Traffic to your site keeps growing exponentially each time you post new content, huh? Am I the only who thinks this strategy wouldn't work that well? Does anyone here believe that posting more and more content [regardless of its quality] will get your site tons of traffic and as a result make a lot of money?