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Jan 26, 201502:04 PMIt's All About Content

with Thomas Marks

How much website content should your business create?

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Just how much is enough?

That’s a really good question. I’d say eat until you’re comfortable, but don’t overeat and don’t think it’s okay to stand up at the table, unbutton your Sansabelts, and get ready for round 2. But hey, I’m not a dietician; I’m a website writer and strategist. So an even better question is, how much content should I produce to be an effective content marketer?

First of all, you can produce all the content you want, but if it’s not being published, syndicated, shared, and discussed, then all you’re doing is writing to the choir, and that’s not going to be productive. The reason I know this is a great question is because it’s asked of me every week.

Although we’ll never know for certain how much it takes to fulfill the carnivorous needs of Google’s algorithm, which is content-dependent, it doesn’t hurt to create as much content as you can. But — and it’s a very important but — it needs to be relevant to your customers and prospects. If all I did was write about sports in all my blogs, because it interests me, then my content would only be shared by sports fans and not marketers, and that’s not my content objective.


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Thomas Marks brings years of marketing experience to his blog "It's All About Content" as the President and Managing Partner of TMA+Peritus.  Prior to starting the agency in 1983, Tom was the VP of Marketing and Advertising for Bally Corporation in Chicago. He was also President of Bally's multi-million dollar in-house ad agency FFC Advertising.

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