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Old 03-03-2013, 09:02 AM
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To me, "Great Content" is subjective and it entirely depends on the audience's perception. Trust me, you will know if it's "great content" if you get a lot of people re-posting your articles. You don't necessarily have to be a good writer (take the website Cracked.com for example, the writing is terrible and yet they have great SEO and "great content" assuming you're into that kind of stuff).

If you are writing about a specific topic, make sure you know what you're saying and not just talking out of your ass - that's also "great content". Great content is also SEO friendly without being too keyword spammy. Even if you have the best content in the world you will still need to promote your content otherwise no one will have a clue where to find you.
 

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Content giving unique value to the reader is important, only by just checking the plagiarism is not effective.
 
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Old 04-03-2013, 06:19 AM
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The answer is quite intuitive - post what you would like to read. Like going through the paper when you find someting written well, you will delayed and read. I think that goes for every product we buy in life, if you eat a great meal at the restaurant you will keep coming back, if you read various of good articles on a site you will return. Simple as that.
 
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I think a website with useful content and good researches is good enough for increasing its quality.
 
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A content that gets its reader to read all through it, is a great content. You can never keep everyone happy, but if you can keep a larger percentage of your readers happy, you have done a good job in writing.
 
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A content that gets its reader to read all through it, is a great content. You can never keep everyone happy, but if you can keep a larger percentage of your readers happy, you have done a good job in writing.
I totally agree. Also if you want to have great content, you must be passionate on whatever topic you chose. That way you won't get bored and create a great content where people will surely love to read.
 
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Old 04-14-2013, 06:02 AM
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just focus on a topic and write as short as possible, and explanatory
 
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Old 04-14-2013, 06:04 AM
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just focus on a topic and write as short as possible, and explanatory
I prefer long articles/blog posts to get the point accross more clearly. You suggesting that short is better?
 
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I prefer long articles/blog posts to get the point accross more clearly. You suggesting that short is better?

I think it really depends on what topics you chose. Don't write articles that is short as in "Really Short" but if you do, make it concise and direct to the point.
 
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