What Do We Want To read Online?

In Social Media, Strategy on October 4, 2009 at 3:05 pm

Andrew Davis of Tipping Point Labs writes a great article on Defining Valuable Content in which he thoughtfully goes through the elements of valuable content on the internet. We are all seeing too much mindless ramblings and cheeky quotes. It makes me think that a well written, thought through point of view is the key. Andrew talks about a balance between relevance, quality and frequency. I for one, am far less concerned about frequency if a perspective is well written, informed and thought through. In fact, even points of view I don’t agree with are welcome under these circumstances. If you are passing content on or sending clever quotes, please pay attention to frequency. Less is better. None is perfect.


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