Without content, the internet would be nothing. The scary thing is that the amount of content on the internet is growing faster than anyone can imagine. Based off a recent internet stats report, there are currently over 1 billion active sites on the internet today — with another 2 billion active users across social media… all of which are creating content.
The most important thing about content is making sure it provides value and knowing how to promote it to your audience once it goes live. Without a proper content creation and marketing plan in place, you are simply going to get lost in the mix.
Through the “A Science- Backed Guide to Creating More Content in Less Time” infographic below, you are going to see some of the best ways to create content for your site, while also better managing your time in the process. Also be sure to check out the end of the post for bullet points and actionable tips.
The Science of Creating More Content in Less Time Infographic Summary
No matter what type of online marketer, brand or business you might be — content is a crucial part of your business and marketing efforts. At the same time, if you spend too much time on your content creation, then you can miss out on the opportunity at hand and let your competition continue to move ahead. To discover more about content creation and how to get more done in less time, be sure to implement the following methods into your business.
- It was reported that Contently found 41 out of 100 businesses are currently struggling with not being able to create enough content.
- 77 out of 100 marketers report they have a plan in place to increase content production over the next year.
- To increase content production, stick with a maximum of 40 hours of work per week. After 40 hours, productivity decreases by 50%.
- Using modest ambient background noise of about 70 decibels stimulates creativity of the brain and helps with content creation.
- An odd statement, but apparently true, is that drinking beer in specified amounts can also boost your creative thinking.
Infographic provided by BloggingWizard.com