Written by Vineet Sethi
What makes good content?
Is it the infographics, the GIFs, or the social media posts? Does the content which gets the most clicks qualifies as good content?
How do I differentiate good content from not-so-good one?
Let’s find out.
Recall some of your favorite movies or web series. Think about what caught your attention. In most cases, it will be a good story. Packaged well.
The core content of the main storyline is accentuated by good photography, sets, locations, action sequences, and so on. No matter how good the packaging is, the movie does not catch your fancy without an attention-grabbing storyline.
The art of storytelling needs a good story to tell.
Content is the story.
A good story has certain essential elements – a beginning (setup), a middle (complications), and an end (resolution). A good story is also relatable, emotive, and has a powerful message.
Good content must have these properties to be successful. It doesn’t matter if it is an article, blog post, video, or even an infographic. It will not be successful if the it does not have a strong storyline or message.
So, what makes good content?
A good story that is well told. Content that is powerful, emotive, and relatable. Content that has a strong message that resonates with the audience.
This is what makes the content king.
(Picture credits: Pexels)
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