Quit Creating Content Without a Conscious

Quit Creating Content Without a Conscious Avatar Posted by CIKMarketing under Online Marketing
From http://www.inklyo.com 1304 days ago
Made Hot by: NolanGreen on March 7, 2013 1:06 am
While content volume is important, especially in the B2B marketing world, churning out low quality content that no one will link to, like, comment on, or (in all actuality) even read is just a waste of time. Sure, this kind of content is cheap and easy to come by. But at what cost to your business?





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Written by IanDSmith
1297 days ago

Remarkable content is key. The main issue with flat line sales rests in story telling not sales. Taking your story to market is done so badly as evidenced by 99% of web sites. Remarkable means worthy of remarks! So few pass that test. Great post.



Written by saragsw
1298 days ago

Good quality content is key. It builds your audience and that is really what you want, because you rely on that for your business to succeed.



Written by shellykramer
1301 days ago

I think you really mean "content without a conscience" don't you?



Written by Sian Phillips
1304 days ago

Wow those are some interesting stats. Stunning that 2 million blog posts are written daily. And I completely agree that if the content isn't very good then it is pointless so I'm sure a lot of those 2 million are wasted. Thanks for sharing on Bizsugar.com



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