Optimal Length of a Blog Post | #QualityVsQuantity- Expert Roundup


In the bloging world, we always came to know many more statement of experts. There are some myths about the ideal length of the blogpost because an article matter a lot for a blogger  and his blog. Some people say that

#Some say,Brief post are good.
#Some say, Google give importance to longer posts/
But the realty is something different. So I decide to make an Expert Round-up for to combine the views of all on my place so it can benefit my reader. So without wasting your time here, I am sharing the expert replies. I had asked three question as listed in the post.

Over to experts:

Erik Emanuelli
Erik Emanuelli is a Blogger and enterprenure form Garda Lake – Italy with having more than 5 year experience in Blogging. He blog at www.nopassiveincome.comHe write about how to build a passive income, together with blogging, SEO, social media and internet marketing tips. Here are his answers:
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Q1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?

I think there’s not a magic formula on the ideal length of a blog post.
I believe content should have a real added value for readers, with mention of useful resources or based on problem solving.
From experience, I use to write 300-400 words posts back in time when I started blogging in 2010, 600-700 a couple of years ago, and 1200-1500 words articles in the last year.
Back in December 2013, Medium reported that the ideal blog post is seven minutes long (around 1,500 words).

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

Of course the first one.
Basically, I want the content I find on a specific web page must satisfy my needs.
Whether the post length, you want to solve the needs or problems of your audience.

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.

Itdepends on the niche, asyoustated.
On yourexample, with a fashion blog (less text and more images) more factors come into game, like social signals, click-through rate, number of backlinks, etc.
Also, here‘s an image for the top SEO ranking factor: pleasenoticethat text lengthisat 20th place, based on importance!

 

Atish Ranjan

Atish Ranjan is a Sr. SEO in a IT Company in India and he is also a blogger blog at his personal blog www.atishranjan.com. He has vast experience in SEO, SEM and Affiliates so he always love to write about Internet marketing stuff. Here is his answers: 

 

Q1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?
There is no ideal length of an article in my opinion because it depends on the topic. If a topic requires only 400 words to define then it’s well enough. On the contrary, few topics might need 1000 words to define then its fine as well.
Moreover, minimum 600 words article is good enough.

Q2.If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

If it comes to content, I would prefer quality over quantity, no matter if it has only 800 or 400 words because people want solutions quickly.
Suppose I am finding a solution for something and I get 2 articles one with 350 words and one with 1000 words then I will more likely to read the shorter one first to make sure that if it has the correct solution then I won’t need to read that long article.
This means people tend take smaller articles into consideration when they are searching for some quick solutions.
No use if you are just writing 3000 words to increase the count of words. The important thing is to present the required information in a straight forward and clear way.
So the answer is 800-900 words article will have more importance than a 3000 words article (which is full of unnecessary things) because it is straight forward and filled with enough information about the subject.

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.

Images based websites always keep Image optimization in their mind so that their images can rank well in Google Image search and if it comes to web search then even they have few content on the pages but they are enough for this kind of website. They also, put well written Meta title, Meta Description and keep good URL structure in order to make their site rank.
Apart from these things, building some quality links always help them rank well in Google and other search engines.

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Q1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?

The min. length of the content should be 300+ words according to Google as I have read and experienced too. 

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

Quality matters a lot. If you don’t have quality then Google will not consider your post. Google respects quality. I have seen many times that most of the people use keyword stuffing to rank in the top position. It works too but, not for a long time. I have seen many blogs have been penalized by doing this. So, I always focus on quality, and no.of words don’t matter to me.

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.

Yes, we can get ranked by images too. If you use proper alt tag to your images then it may rank well. and regarding fashion blogs, they mostly get searched by images. This is because people like to see fashion and entertainment pictures/video than textual content. So, it works like that. Similarly, we can rank infographics post having just 250+ words of quality description.
 
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Q1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?
I think the ideal length of an article or blog post varies depending on the niche and topic, and other factors.
Till now, an article of more than 1500 words, but preferably between 2000 to 2500 words was considered as optimum for SEO purposes. Of course, the post has to have value and not just be filled with fluff words! Lengthy posts are good for longtail keywords.
Having said, now that we are going to have a separate mobile search Index, I guess shorter but succinct articles will rank better there. The reason being that the mobile readers are more comfortable reading quick posts.

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

I think the shorter 800 to 900 word articles will be optimum for the mobile index. When you write posts, you should not see the count of words,rather pay emphasis on the essence and value of the post. If you feel that you achieved your post objective within 1000 words, so let that be.Unnecessarily stretching a post for the sake of increasing its word count is an insensible thing to do.

Remember that guides rank high and are sought most, and they are at least 3000 to 4000 words in length. The length of the post depends on your objective, whether you want to slightly touch upon one topic or go to its depths and make a comprehensive post.

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.

Ranking depends on the value and demand of a post. Even if the post mostly comprises of photos but it is very popular and conveys good meaning or a great message, I think that serves your cause and purpose. Some niches like fashion, cooking, travel, etc ought to have photos else they would appear quite bland. 

There are many factors for ranking, but I’ve searched for topics on Google and came across posts on Page 1 that mostly comprised of pics in slideshows. So, it means that works. Infographics are good example of posts with less words. 
Wrapping it up, more than the length of the post its the quality that matters. The posts have to be helpful, meaningful, and useful.
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Q1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?

An ideal post must be comprehensive and not the detailed. There is a big difference between these two terms. Detail may be unnecessary but comprehensiveness can never be. So regardless of word count a post should serve all the info or solution needs of your most of the readers.
If you still insist the word count of an ideal post so I would say generally it should be between 700 words to 2,500 words. But again quality matters a lot and quantity is just a formality.

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

To me importance is of a post with quality, quality and quality.

As a case study I would refer a post of CopyBlogger 10 Steps to Becoming a Better Writer. Its word count is only 39, yes THIRTY NINE.
So far it has gottn  total 5,598 reshares and likes; including 2,200 Tweets, 1,100 Linkedin reshare, 1,800 FB reshares, 492 G+ reshares and 6 at Pinterest.

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.

Alt text is a big source to let the search engines know of the topic of an image. If a blog post has several high-quality and free-of-copyrights-issue images then obviously they will attract more readers and more engagement that will surely be noted by the search engines.

This is an era of contents diversity so all types of genuine contents have equal level of power to get higher ranks if they are used appropriately and grab more attention of readers. 

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Q1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?

I don’t think there should be an actual yardstick to measure an article’s optimum length. It should depend on the niche and the post topic. Still, I suggest not having any of your blog post below 800-1000 words, because I don’t think any topic is so small that it could be explained (with value) to  a reader with less than 800 words. 
If you have a multimedia site or a podcast or a vlog, you are free to use fewer words since the multimedia can help you express yourself. For example, my post on marketing tips to boost Facebook organic reach is more than 2200 words while my article on how to increase domain authority is just 200 words as it has a well detailed infographics.

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

As I said in the previous topic, I would say an article with 3000 useless stuffed words stand nowhere as compared to a post with 800 words filled with substance. While a research shows that the articles ranking for the first page of Google are on an average more than 2000 words. 

Having said this I would say, do not stuff write up to the point.  You should even recheck every draft of your posts before you publish in order to cut all the words and phrases that do not add value to the post.
Google ultimately gives advantages to the articles that “readers” prefer hence don’t try to fool around readers with more words when you know you can say that with a short post.

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.

Naveen, Google considers more than 200 factors for ranking, so it’s not the length that rules. If that was the case then how wallpaper sites would sites rank? There is a LOT more on page and off page SEO involved in writing.

Having said this, Google bots are still inefficient to decipher images and the content they have in them, so to rank an image you have to optimize the title tag and alt tag etc. of the image. 
Thank you Naveen for including me in this excellent round-up by you. I hope my words add some value to the conversation.
 

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Q1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?
For a news article, the ideal length is 250+ words, for a general article it is 500+ words, and for a detailed guide, it can go anywhere above that – 1000, 2000 or even more.

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

If your article is properly detailed and well optimized, then there are many more factors which decide which one will can be said to be “better” like Bounce rate, Social shares on that post, Average time spent by visitor etc.. So the article has to be catchy & awesome, instead of trying to stretch the word count.

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.

The blogs with more images rank on the basis of their overall authority, on basis of social signals (if images go viral, they attract lots of social love) and the titbits of well optimized content they have in titles, meta description, etc.. 

All in all, write for your audience and not for search engine. Embed the different keywords related to a post naturally in the article (I use tools.seochat.com/tools/related-keywords-tool/ to find out long tail keywords easily) and make an awesome blog which everyone would love to visit.
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Q.1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?

I feel that the people have shorter attention spans now days. So it would be good to write the good quality in-depth blog posts with the length of 1200 words. There is no specific rule to follow in creating the blog posts with an ideal length.
However, the bloggers should keep in mind that their content would reflect who they are and brand of their blog.
What I would like to say is, No matter how long the blog posts are, but make sure that they fulfil the requirement of your readers.
Few days back, I’ve read a great post on Neli Patel’s blog where he mentioned that the blog posts with more than 1500 words would be better for SEO and get more social shares. So, I’m keeping the blog posts length with greater than 1200 word count.

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

There is no doubt that the first one will be considered as important both to the readers and search engines. I have few posts on the word count below 800, but they are ranking top in Google searches. 

So, quality matters a lot than quantity. Bloggers should not include unessential stuff just to fill the blogs post as it wouldn’t please the readers and search engines as well. 

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.

Search engines become very smart and give more preference to “Relevancy”.  I don’t believe that the content alone will help to get SERPs. 

Search engines consider a lot of factors like backlinks, heading of the post, domain name and age, social cues and yes, quality content as well. Images and infographics come under the content part. So, if they are exceptional and relevant, it is more likely to get a good place in search engines for the blog posts even with low word count. 
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Q.1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?

People who read on Internet usually have shorter attentions spans (proven fact). Readers have a constant hunger to get quick-to-read information. Not all would read every post word to word but that doesn’t mean that shorter the content better the visitor’s response. We need to impress the search engines too (Don’t we all strive for that?). Also some might also prefer reading longer content that the short ones.

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

I am not an SEO expert but as a blogger/reader’s point of view, I personally love lengthy posts. Some might enjoy reading shorter posts while some love reading longer ones. 

For my blog, 1000 words posts work the best but I have written guest post (for Aha!NOW) which was of 3200+ words with a Slideshare presentation (embedded in the post) plus lots of images (containing quotes). And I was amazed with the response we received. 
I don’t think there is a specific standard which works for all, its all about experimenting and finding out what works best for our blogs. 
If longer posts works for Neil Patel that doesn’t mean you need apply the same strategy from your blog. 

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.

This is an interesting question. Naveen, I have been closely following some blogs with lots of visual content and I do find them ranking well thanks to the Image SEO techniques. 

Connecting through the audience via images and videos can turn out to be the most awesome technique ever. Let me list bloggers who are smart with videos in their blog posts – Ramit Sethi and Marie Forleo. Not only blogs with lots of images but also those with lots of videos embedded in them get huge traffic. 
How better it would be to listen to a Podcast or watch a video instead of scrolling the web pages and straining the eyes reading every sentence? 
Deciding whether the blog contents should be in textual form or visual format can be a strategic decision but in my opinion both can do well. Its all about finding what works through experimenting, trial, errors and feedback. 
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Q.1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?

An ideal length of the blog post can be of minimum 300 words to infinity maximum. It should depend on the issue discussed and depth the topic is taken to. Sometimes it is enough to end up a post with 300 words and it takes more than 2000 words in some other situations. Also, it depends on the niche that you have chosen. Niche’s like short news updates and photography don’t need more words. So, the ideal length depends of the kind of the niche, type of the topic and quality of information that you want to broadcast.

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

Your question is the answer itself. Word count without the quality of information is for nothing. Readers generally scan the articles though you provide 100% quality information in it. You might use some reader interested elements to engage them for more time on it, but adding unnecessary information will drive them right away.
For example, if you are writing about net neutrality, there is no need of writing how the internet was born and who invented it. You can specify the reference in a crow-sparrow short story in it to make the topic even more understandable.
Word count without quality is not the best practice.

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.

This is an interesting question for which every other SEO newbie would like to know the answer for. Content refers to both texts, media and sound here. Search engine algorithms are designed to filter the quality of the content from all perspectives. That’s why we have a separate image search for every search engine. That’s why sites getting warned when placed the copyrighted information like songs and videos.
Technically speaking, Google or any other search engine will test it against every SEO metric that a textual content website is tested. The load time, design quality, navigation are also matters here. Specifically for photography blogs, the image processing algorithms will take the quality assessment of the content. The TITLE and ALT tags of the image will also be considered.
Interestingly, the reputation of the names of the models, photographers and places with respect to their image quality and perspective will help a photography blog rank in a search engine. For example, you and I have taken a shot of Taj Mahal from the same perspective. The image processing algorithm will give equal marks in case of uniqueness for the perspective. The quality of the shot and its social media and site wide visitor engagement will raise the juice level for it just like textual content. As I said earlier, the name of the models and places in the title and ALT tags will earn a level up priority in search engines.
Hope you got my point on this one.

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Q.1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?
Length of an article depends on which topic you will write. For some topics, short articles work well while sometimes in other topics, insanely long articles seem less. So it would be the best if we can replace our viewpoint for writing in-depth articles. I think, people love in-depth articles, so are the search engines. The ideal length should be that what is required to write an in-depth article in your niche.
My niche is inbound marketing and I found the best average length of articles is around 2000-3000 words. That’s my focus but please note that I’ve posts as low as 1000 words to as high as 5000 words. So it depends on what you need.
Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

I would obviously go for the article that has value, not the one padded with unnecessary words. Whether you’re are concerned about seo or not, the main intention of blogging is getting reads and responses. So if I can’t provide value by my writing, I will not expect anything from the readers in return.

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.
Search engine loves textual contents, but not all niches are able to serve that as you mentioned. In fashion blogs, there are more images, less texts. So I’m pretty sure the basis of ranking will be domain age and authority.
If someone has a site with less content, I will advise him to try earning Google’s trust by increasing domain authority and age. They will potentially help you to rank well. Besides that, other remaining factors except content will contribute too.
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Q.1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?

The ideal length depends on what you’re audience is looking for and what search engines would consider quality. From my own experience, the bare minimum length would be 1,000 words per post on average. But the one thing you really want to focus on is quality. What is quality? This depends on the niche market you’re focused on, and based on this is how the search engine is going to rank your site.

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

In this case the one that going to be more important is the quality. Quality is key because quality posts are more likely to get fully read, gets comments, and gets more shares. Again these are key indicators to search engines on how they’ll rank your site. On the flip side, it also depends on how many connections you have with other bloggers. Especially if these bloggers are in your niche. If all of you are constantly going to each others blogs to comment, engage, and share then this is a great indicator. But one thing you still have to keep in mind is that quality is still key. They’re trying to build a good reputations as well as you are, and they want to be known as someone that shares quality content too. So still, quality is key.

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.

This will be based on the niche market. If fashion is your niche, you’re going to be marketing to people that’s interested in fashion. Once you find this audience, they are more likely to comment and share your post. Also you can still do SEO within the post as far as the headline, meta description keyword within the headline and first sentence, as well as within the images. These are the basic steps to implement. Please share your experience with my blog reader so they can also clear this confusion. From my own experience there are a few things you want to focus on. Your Niche Market Connecting with other bloggers of the same niche Comment and share on those blogs that have a great rank Writing and publishing blog posts towards your niche market interests Implement basic SEO When it’s all said and done I end up writing between 1500 to 2500 words because now they’re more detailed as opposed to the ones I’ve written in past years. I want to give my readers just enough information to pique their interest for them to comment, share and come back to my blog for more quality posts.

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Q.1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?

For reading, I would say anywhere between 600 to 1,000. Google (and many influencers been saying about longer posts but to be honest, most people don’t read that much. So, you are losing a huge chunk of traffic there.

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

I would go for quality articles over non quality. Even with 3,000 words post, you won’t get readership for that. Even those who found it will not even bother reading the whole post. Always focus on quality over number of words.

Q.3 There are some blogs  that contains few content but they have quality images in their blogpost. For example a Fashion blog has more pics than the content. Then on what basis it will rank.
Well this is the tricky part. People doesn’t really search on fashion on Google. Even if they do, they lose out to big guns. Smaller ones go with paid advertising. Those site try to rank using massive metatags. By embedding each page with related meta tags, they stand a higher chance in ranking. Also, if they have enough traffic, ranking automatically shoots up temporary. So, their ranking is based on their traffic and number of shares.
This topic is a little huge so, hopefully the explanation above makes some sense.


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Q.1. What should be an Ideal length of an article/blogpost?

It depends on the topic being shared.
I’ve seen articles that say very long blog posts are proven to be viewed as more valuable, get more results with regards to rankings and social sharing. That’s fine.
Yes, we have to keep the end in mind, but ultimately, I write for my readers, my target audience, not a search engine or to prop myself up with more social shares. If I can help one person with a concise article where actionable tips are shared in a succinct manner, which is more appropriate for that topic, then I will do that. Most definitely. I’m providing rich content by way of articles, videos and infographics, so it varies, and I think people like a variety.

Q2. If an article has only 800 to 900 words, and it is filled with quality but on the another hand the same article has written in 3000 words with no value by adding unnecessary things to just increase word count. Which one has the more importance?

Quality and accuracy is always more important than length, every time.
Hope to help. 🙂

Final Words:

Thanks a lot for all the expert to contribute here and sharing your tips.
After reading all expert’s views, we can say that quality matters a lot. If you provide quality with your content, you provide some informative post then it matters a lot rather than increasing the word count unnecessary.
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