Quality vs. Quantity Article Debate: Over the past year, I’ve been encouraging you to increase or double your article inventory. It seems like every time that I discuss QUANTITY, someone will blast back at me and say, yeah, quantity is nice… but QUALITY will suffer, right?
While the definition of QUALITY is somewhat subjective when it comes to reviewing articles, I really believe it is possible to quantify quality.
Example: My article will be a minimum of 325 words, with 3-5 paragraphs that are each 3-5 sentences in length. I will include either 3-5 bullet points of fact or a numbered list to strengthen the value of my article. I will research at least 3 sources to be certain that I cover the various angles to support my arguments.
Sometimes, QUALITY can be easily remedied by increasing the quality of your sentence structure…while other times, you must go more in depth or give at least (1) solid secret or tangible data to serve your reader responsibly.
How do you define article QUALITY?