Optimal Length Of Blog Posts and Other Content Online [Infographic]

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Optimal Length Of Blog Posts and Other Content Online [Infographic]

Have you ever asked yourself, “How long should my blog post be?” Well, this handy infographic from the guys at BufferSocial has all the answers.

From the optimal length of blog posts, to the length of your LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube content, you’ll find this information pretty invaluable as you start creating a social content posting schedule for your business.

Tip: With blog posts nowadays, longer is better. According to the infographic below, 1600 is the optimal post length (Whew!). That’s going to keep us content marketers busy as hell!

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2 Comments

  1. Deepak Gera

    Hey Priya, I was going through this post and its really good to have lengthy post of 1600 words but there is one important aspect is how we draft these 1600 words. I mean here is with readability. May be 1600 words are not going to give you the actual worth if written poorly or without proper breaks.

    Eye friendly spacing, line breaks, paragraphs play very important role not only for visitors but also for SEO. Search engine uses readability with Flesch Kincaid Grade Level readability formula.

    1. I totally agree, Deepak. Proper formatting is essential to enhance user experience and make it easy for your visitors to navigate your blog.

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