I think it's important to understand that anyone responding is likely doing so based upon their own experience in their own conditions - so it may-, or may not apply to you and your conditions. I will use Carolla's response as an example:
In sphagnum moss, or a densely-packed medium, I would agree with her 100% if growing in a typical home environment with moderate temperatures and humidity. If that same plant was growing in semi-hydroponics, watering every day - while totally unnecessary - would actually be good for the plant.
The key is making sure the plant has a pretty constant supply of moisture, but also with plenty of air flow to the roots. Your choice of potting medium components, the pot, and your watering preferences all can be used to find the right combination for you. You might want to read this article about choosing media, and its companion article on pots.