Overloaded, oversaturated and overwhelmed.
When it comes to content marketing, choose quality over quantity. Your customers aren’t looking for more content; they want timely, relevant content. Content that stands out like a lion in a barrel full of monkeys.
According to Kapost, 27,000,000[!] pieces of content are shared each day. That’s 27,000,000 pieces of content that your infographic, blog post, eBook, etc. has to compete with. Give your content a fighting chance.
Don’t create more content. Create better, more strategic content.
Why would you produce content that will never reach your audience or drive traffic to your site? You wouldn’t, it’s a waste of time and resources.
Slow down and focus on creating valuable content with clear objectives, and make sure everything you produce ties back to your overarching business goals.
Figure out what resonates with your audience. Identify what their needs are. Locate where your audience is online. Then weave all of that information into your content, and take the time to do it well.
This strategy lets you target your audience with information they actually care about and want to engage with, where and how they want to engage with it.
Less content can mean greater value. Strange but true.
We all struggle with the need to produce content often enough to keep our audience engaged. Diluting your powerful content with inferior content in order to post more often isn’t the answer. Weak content diminishes the strength of your message as well as your audience’s perception of your content’s value.
By making a commitment to produce only high-quality, goal-oriented content, you may sacrifice the amount of content you generate but you will see a higher return.