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FEATURED ARTICLE — October 23rd, 2014

Does Your Content Stink? 10 Key Ways to Make Sure It Doesn’t

Phew, what’s that smell? It certainly can’t be content, can it? Does content start to stink or is all content perfect? Honestly, there is quite a bit of rank-smelling content out there, which is unfortunately drowning writers (and companies) quickly. “Yikes, does this mean my content stinks?” It might not be a stinky mess yet, but it will be a great idea to double-check. Let’s look at 10 key questions you can ask yourself to make sure your content’s smell doesn’t rival that of the elephant house.

1. Did You Write Only One Draft?

If you are simply publishing your very first draft of content, this could cause it to be stinky. Yes, there are probably those people who can write something in one single draft, but many times you will need to
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