Why You Don’t Have to Write 2,000-Word Articles

by Neil Patel
I write long articles. Most of the time, I’m in the 1k-2k range. I’ve written a few humdingers that clock in at over 4k words. That’s a lot of writing. I do it for a reason. My number-crunching, data-loving self has come to the conclusion that search engines and people are really into long content. It converts better, shares better, looks better, and just is better. But only to a point.Read the full article


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