The demise of quality content on the web


This a great blog post from Rian van der Merwe , describing the noise you can find on the web now, and especially content just created for SEO purposes or advertisers. As many, Rian is tired of it.
“I used to believe that if you write with passion and clarity about a topic you know well (or want to know more about), you will find and build an audience. I believed that maybe, if you’re smart about it, you could find a way for some part of that audience to pay you money to sustain whatever obsession drove you to self-publishing”
The Scoop.it team can’t agree more with this vision…
Via www.elezea.com

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I believed that maybe, if you’re smart about it, you could find a way
for some part of that audience to pay you money to sustain whatever
obsession drove you to self-publishing”.

patelanjali
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I believed that maybe, if you’re smart about it, you could find a way
for some part of that audience to pay you money to sustain whatever
obsession drove you to self-publishing”.

Danielmaureau@orange.fr
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Danielmaureau@orange.fr

i want read in french ! thank you.

Danielmaureau@orange.fr
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Danielmaureau@orange.fr

i want read in french ! thank you.

CMS Development
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I do agree with you. Content is king for online marketing.

CMS Development
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I do agree with you. Content is king for online marketing.

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