7 Types of Content for When You’re Bored With Writing

Derek Bryan's SuperPop Content (and SEO)

Burnout happens to the best of us. While on an upswing in your content marketing momentum, or as I like to call it, Tuesday, it seems like you could write articles on an indefinitely ending course—basically, writing until your fingers fall off. And while the quality of content is always more important than the quantity, it’s also no secret that more content is almost always a good thing.

Keeping up with the demands of your company and your audience can take its toll on you, but you can’t just stop producing content—otherwise, your momentum will essentially crash. Instead, try one of these seven types of content, which serve either as alternatives or interesting ways to spice up your ordinary content routine:

  1. First, I want to mention the power of interviews in regard to content marketing. You get to show off your own authority, borrow from the authority of someone else…

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