Content Overload: Myths, Truths, & Mysteries About A Saturated World

What you need to know about content, from how it rose to how it fell…and why it’s at the beginning of a golden age.

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A Brief Word On Content Itself. You Know, That…Stuff Everyone Talks About.

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The Issue With Content Marketing — A.K.A. “Those Darn Capitalists Are At It Again!”

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It Turns Out People Don’t Like Being Flooded With Vapid BS. An Age-Old Lesson In Quantity vs. Quality.

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Thus Came The Reckoning. Or, Alternatively, “The Great Super-Soaker Battle Of The Internet.”

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Don’t Forget The Mother Niche: There’s Always Room For GOOD Content.

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In Conclusion… The Perennial Question: Where Do We Go From Here?

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Emily Sinclair Montague is a professional writer, author, and content strategist. Connect with her at www.wordsofafeather.net or on Twitter (@EmilytheMontag1)!

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