Less Content Is More Content
The biggest lie someone can make about content is that the more, the better. The more content your produce and put out, the more watered down your content is by continuous posting, the less your content will be seen. If your content list is too loud, then what you want your readers to see, won’t be seen.
When marketing your business online and pushing content, you must realize that quality is more important than quantity all day. A lot of blogs and social marketers believe that posting all day every day will do something and get more traction, but that isn’t how these social media platform algorithms are set up. The more you post, the less exposure for impressions you will get.
Put strategic thought into your content creation. Think about the demographic you are trying to hook and then create the content and take your time on it. When the focus is narrowed and tailored to the demographics, the user is more likely to interact.
If a user is flooded with content by you, they will look at it like it’s too much and probably won’t interact. Make the content intriguing and appealing, and the person on the other end will come to it and repost, comment, like, and share.