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There’s one thing we always want to make clear regarding word count.
It only matters if the content is good.
Word count is not a standalone ranking factor. Word count only has merit if the content quality is high!
You can produce a 10,000-word article. But if the content and quality suck, then the article doesn’t deserve to get ranked. You lose.
Content is king when it comes to SEO.
You can’t have an SEO campaign without content; it’s the fuel that makes SEO work.
what makes that content “good”?
You can point to the writing style, the target audience, the practicality, and various other subjective factors, but today I want to focus on one specific, objective factor; is the length of your content a predictor of its SEO performance? And if so, what’s the ideal length of content to earn a high ranking in organic search results?
Page Content Minimums
Obviously, different types of content should be considered differently; for example, the core pages of your website don’t need as much content as your blog articles, since they won’t be addressing specific questions and instead will serve as anchor points for your brand. Still, every page of your site needs to have a certain “minimum” amount of content, or else it will be perceived as “thin.”
Blog Article Research
So beyond that 300 word absolute minimum, is there a benefit to having longer content? Let’s take a look at the data.
In 2015, Moz and BuzzSumo paired up to produce a content study I still find fascinating and relevant. They collaborated to analyze the number of social shares and links earned by more than one million pieces of content available on the web. One critical insight here is the disproportional distribution of shares and links
Almost in line with this effect, more than 85 percent of written content contains fewer than 1,000 words. However, consistently, content with 1,000 words or more tends to attract significantly more links and shares.