Quality Vs. Quantity: The Inbound Marketing Balancing Act

February 7, 2017 Mike Lieberman, Chief Inbound Scientist

It’s Not As Clear As Other Inbound Marketing Experts Make It Sound

You’d think it’s straightforward, right? Most experts agree that you shouldn’t create a ton of content simply because more means better. They’re right, for the most part. But the answer isn’t as simple and straightforward as they’d make it appear.

Yes, quality content marketing is going to trump poor-quality content, and if you continually generate poor-quality content simply to produce, you’ll end up with an audience of unhappy fans. That means fewer clicks, fewer visits, fewer conversions and diminishing inbound marketing results. But how do you measure quality? It’s in the eye of the reader and you can’t measure quality based on size. Having short copy doesn’t always mean it’s of lesser quality than something longer or more in-depth.

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