If you run a business and have been persuaded by everything you see on social media and the Internet generally that your marketing efforts should include “content”, then please sit down and think again.
The question to consider: what does “content” actually mean?
The Oxford dictionary definition (in my premium version) has four possibilities:
The things that are held or included in something (ie the contents of a glass jar)
A list of the chapters or sections given at the front of a book or periodical (the table of contents)
The material dealt with in a speech, literary work, etc. as distinct from its form or style
Information made available by a website or other electronic medium
At the time, my website had had no new content for three-and-a-half months. Continue reading
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