Similar to an all-you-can-eat buffet, more is not necessarily better in terms of content creation. One of the most pervasive myths is that a successful marketing campaign is all about volume; that generating swathes of text will automatically lead to success within the digital domain. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. Mediocre, incorrectly targeted and otherwise generic material will inevitably fall through the cracks of even the most well-intentioned marketing strategies. Furthermore, a great deal of time can be wasted only to experience disappointing results.
“Do not submit copied content, even if you wrote the original.”
If Moses descended from the Textbroker mountain, this would certainly have been one of the ten commandments. Indeed, writing duplicate content is a cardinal sin for many reasons. Not only are we referring to issues such as copyrights and plagiarism, but how can an author expect to grow if he or she never pushes the boundaries of innovation and creativity?
“Every moment of one’s existence, one is growing into more or retreating into less.”
– Norman Mailer
One of the secrets to success within the online writing community is to possess the ability to adapt to highly diverse subjects while ensuring that quality is never compromised. Of course, Textbroker authors are known for their dedicated work ethic and dependability when the “going gets tough”. There may still be times when a certain subject proves to be entirely overwhelming; resulting in the production of substandard material. Technical articles are arguably some of the most challenging pieces to create and yet, they should always represent one of your faculties as a writer.
Imagine for a moment walking into a bookstore, only to notice that all of its contents have been rearranged to the point where it is impossible to find what you are looking for. Categorisation, alphabetical order and similar practices have been abandoned in favour of sheer chaos theory. How many customers would take the time to shop for their favourite novel?