When it comes to content marketing: quality or quantity? Should we be holding content to a higher quality standard, in true perfectionist fashion, only publishing what we know kicks ass... or produce mass amounts of answers to consumers' insatiable and never-ending questions? I'm curious what you all think.
My response to the first one before reading the second one is here: goo.gl/zknm2
Then I read the second one by . Loved it. I especially liked how he compares current state of content marketing to the state of "papyrus and cave carvings" from the past. That's a great one and is fundamental in understanding the state of content marketing today.
In regards to your question, my response is this: neither quality nor quantity_and_ quality and quantity. As evident from my response to , quality and quantity cannot be treated separately. Both of them require decent amount of time. My personal focus lies somewhere at 70% quality and 30% quantity. But then again, there are people on the other end of it. One just needs to find what balance feels most comfortable or inspirational. I am almost positive, my balance will be shifting back and forth as time goes by.
I can't thank the SEO's who got involved in my latest post enough for spending the time helping me put together what is already the most viewed post in a single day and the most shared post I've ever had!
It's a really great way to sign off for 2012 and it really means a lot to me personally that these guys and gals put so much effort into their responses.
Special mention to for putting together the images to make the post all pretty!
Here are a few of my "best bits" from the post:
"you can screw Google, Bing or my uncle Tom because you create a real bond with the user"
"I believe we will still be hugging up on furry animal tracking next year"
"Someone’s going to get themselves in a hot mess using the Disavow tool"
"No more crappy backlinks from the dirty depths of the Internet"
"Crap still works. So what will Google do now?"
"Anchor text – still getting spammed – some people just don’t quit"
" will tell the world he believes links will have no value in 2013"
"I realize there are still shysters selling ’3,000 links for $50′ but their target audience is getting smarter, fast"
"2013 will be the year in which AuthorRank becomes Google’s most important algorithm."
Here's the full article: http://stokedseo.co.uk/2012/12/05/seo-2013/
"Narcissists are more popular than others, literally at first sight".
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