Long-Form Content

  • 6 tips for creating content to capture short attention spans

    …. In 2016 the average blog post length was 1054 words – up from 887 words in 2015. This is a good reminder for all of us that there’s no need to be afraid of longer content. All you need is to focus on relevance and a good user experience to keep people engaged on the site. Involve different types of content If you want to appeal to a wider…

    Search Engine Watchin Content- 11 readers -
  • An 8-Step Formula for Blogging Success

    Millions of people start new blogs every month but not many of them achieve success. And while some elements of blogging can be complicated, the overall strategy is not that hard. If you look at almost any successful blog you’ll notice the same few elements. The trick is to work consistently and cleverly on those elements while not getting distracted.

    Blog Tyrant- 44 readers -
  • Rumors Of Long-Form Content Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated!

    … It’s all too easy to ignore long-form content. With services like Twitter and Vine attracting millions of users every day, with GIFs and memes running rampant across the internet, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the art of long-form writing is dying out. I’ve been working as an SEO copywriter for a couple of years now, and when I first…

    SEO Hacker Blogin SEO Content- 24 readers -
  • Content Uberization: Sharing Economy Meets Content

    … these drawbacks: Need to supply fresh content. You pay for the content. If you plan ahead, you can create unique content as a spinoff of your content creation efforts in line with Jay Baer’s content atomization. Build your own following. As with any social media platform, it works best if you have your own followers. This takes work. Works best…

    Heidi Cohen/ Heidi Cohenin Content Blogging- 29 readers -
  • Content Marketing Tactics: Long-Form Content on Social Media Pros, Cons, Examples & Best Practices

    For many marketers, “long-form content” often refers to creating an eBook, drafting a 1,500-word blog post or developing a white paper—certainly not a concept associated with shorter-the-better social media posts. Well, that’s definitely changing. As the digital space gets more cluttered, marketers are embracing new ways to stand out from competitors and engage with their audience.

    TopRank®- 18 readers -
  • A Complete Guide to Facebook’s Q3 2015 Financial Results

    … than 200 million, almost 250 million people who have either an Xbox, a PlayStation or a Wii, and we think that that audience is going to the type of people who are going to be very excited about the type of experiences initially that you can have with virtual reality. And the advantage of that is also that some of those can be single-player…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 38 readers -
  • Why Being Awkwardly Thorough Always Wins the Internet

    … fun and new. Exhaust the topic, but not fully This is something I used to write a lot. When you want to get the attention of the web you need to exhaust the topic but not so completely that there is nothing left to discuss. Long form content works. And the odd (and annoying) thing is that often the big numbers and long lists will trump a high…

    Blog Tyrantin SEO YouTube- 23 readers -
  • The Biggest Myth in Blogging: Why Content is Not King

    We’ve heard it a thousand times: content is king. This is the mantra the the biggest marketing blogs (including this one) have been telling us for years. But it’s simply not true. Or to be more accurate, it’s not the whole story. In this post I’m going to talk about why my thoughts on this have changed, and why I think it’s time this blogging myth disappeared forever – it ...

    Blog Tyrant- 31 readers -
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