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OFF-TOPIC Blogging: Recommended Post Lengths

Discussion in 'Off Topic: Sports, Funnies, Pop-Culture' started by potvinp, Aug 3, 2018.

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    Hello all,

    I have a personal blog, in which I post details about my top interests: Canadian IT, Canadian Paramedicine, and Severe Weather in Canada. I would like to get everyone’s opinion on how long my posts should be, on average.

    I have hired someone in the past to create SEO-optimized blog posts for me at 750 words each, but I’m beginning to think that the number of words per post is too small compared to the posts of more-established blogs.

    Does anyone have any suggestions/advice to give me on how many words each post should have, on average?
     
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    As long enough to get your point across and provide value.

    Some blogs have excruciating post lenghts, but they deliver tremendous value.
    Others are "short and sweet."

    It shouldn't matter if you're providing value. Are you?

    Does the market have any interest in this? If not, post whatever you want -- you said yourself it was a "personal blog."
     
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