How to Prioritize Quality and Depth

How to Prioritize Quality and Depth

Hey Everyone,

Hope you're having a great week. Here are a few things I've been reading, writing and pondering lately. Enjoy!


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1. Your Blog Is Not a Publication

The best content strategy is the one that prioritizes quality and depth, not volume and breadth. You may think you’re already doing this—but I encourage you to take a closer look.

This is a glaring content strategy problem that I see over and over again. If there's just one post of mine that you read on content strategy, this should be the one.

2. How to Configure Your iPhone to Work for You, Not Against You

This article is....complete. I learned a ton. I won't spoil it, just go check it out for yourself.

3. When the Topic Cluster Model Doesn’t Work

I'm a huge fan of the hub and spoke model to rank for competitive keywords, but this article lays out some scenarios where it doesn't make sense. Good reading for anyone working in content or SEO.

A good sniff test here is if you’re trying to get the page you’re working on to rank for a long-tail keyword, it’s not a pillar page. If the page you’re working on explores a very narrow topic in great depth, it’s not a pillar page. If the page you’re working on touches on many aspects of a broad topic, it’s probably a pillar page.

4. Tweet of the Week

Have a great weekend!


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