Mar 27 Posted 1 year ago
I've read quite a lot of books, posts, articles, etc. on blogging over the past several years. There are those who would agree with your post and those who would not; however, my comment isn't to be one of the distractors. I agree with you about finding that middle ground.
A properly targeted and well written post of a mere 400-500 words can have more impact than a poorly targeted and badly crafted one of 1,400-1,500. To futher play with the dual meaning carried with the post's title, it isn't how many words you have but how you use them.
Thanks for the info.
Mar 26 Posted 1 year ago
Great insight Sarah!
How often do you find yourself updating your blog?
Mar 25 Posted 1 year ago
This was a great post. I’m a person who looks at the title then scrolls down to see how long a blog post is. If it is to long for my liking I tend to read the first and last paragraph along with headings. I also find that I write a blog first sticking to what I want/need to say and then make it long if I feel it is needed.
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