When you’re creating a content strategy for your business or personal projects, there are a lot of things that you have to take into account. A few of those things are the topics that you handle, the keywords that you choose, the content promotion you’ll apply and the post frequency you want to stay loyal to. Nevertheless, choosing between short-form or long-form articles is a thought that’ll keep you busy as well. In this post, we’re going to explain the difference between short-form and long-form articles. Besides that, we’re also going to show you why long-form content is more useful when we’re talking about articles as one of the types of content you produce. Difference Between Short-Form & Long-Form Articles Image by vladwel / shutterstock.com Short-Form Short-form articles are obviously easier to create. To create short-form articles, you’ll have to invest less time and energy. The minimum number of words that short-form articles should have (if you want them to rank well in search engines) is 300. Although that might sound like a big number at first sight, 300 words are usually too little to talk about a certain topic in an as readable
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