As we've discussed in previous posts, bite sized content is an excellent way to engage and delight your readers. It's small, digestible, and extremely prolific. But, bite sized content was not always everywhere we turned. This infographic can help you understand how this evolution happened.
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! We won't take your time up with a rambling post about food that will keep you from your meal. So in honor of Thanksgiving we want to know what your favorite part is, the turkey or sides?
What do you think of when you hear bite sized? Personally, my stomach starts to growl and I start think about all of the tiny foods I could be eating. Recently it has taken on a new meaning for people in the digital media industry, no longer is this term just for culinary enthusiasts but is a type of reader engagement tool. Bite sized content comes in many different forms and just like bite sized food, when done right, you can't have just one.
No matter what side of the aisle you fall on I think we can all agree that this election has been exhausting. The votes kept pouring in until the wee hours of Wednesday morning and America woke up to a delimma it has faced before. The popular vote and electoral college results were different, with Hillary Clinton narrowly squeaking out more votes than Donald Trump. Nonetheless, Donald Trump had more electoral college votes, earning him the presidency. This left many Americans wondering how the popular vote and electoral college vote could differ.
It's another big year for baseball. As the Cubs aim to end the hex of the billy goat and clinch the World Series title for the first time since 1908, Cleveland is also vying for the title they haven't held since 1948. As this historic series leaves Cleveland tied 1-1 and heads to Chicago for game one, the battle of the underdogs is shaping up to be a big one.
We all know that sponsored content is an effective website monetization strategy. Instead of marketers throwing up unnatural and obstructive advertisements that either re-direct readers or interrupt their experience on your site, sponsored content can create an environment of trust.
It's finally over, the debates have ended and the nation has let out a collective sigh of relief. Which means that the debate hangover is hitting people full force. Companies like Excedrin are taking advantage of the madness by starting #DebateHeadache.
The Vice Presidential debate lacked the hype that was surrounding the Presidential debate just one week ago. Are we in the midst of a political hangover or do people just not care as much?