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    Standard Blog Post

    What is standard word count for a blog post ?

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    In fact, many topics can be adequately covered with just under 900 – 1,000 words. However, if you're using a lot of original research and covering a unique area of recruiting, you'll probably want to go longer and be closer to 1,200 words.

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    In fact, many topics can be adequately covered with just under 900 – 1,000 words. However, if you're using a lot of original research and covering a unique area of recruiting, you'll probably want to go longer and be closer to 1,200 words.

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    For SEO, the ideal blog post length should be 2,100-2,400 words, according to HubSpot data. We averaged the length of our 50 most-read blog posts in 2019, which yielded an average word count of 2,330. Individual blog post lengths ranged from 333 to 5,581 words, with a median length of 2,164 words.

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    Content with over 1,000 words do better on average in terms of ranking in search for highly relevant keywords. A good benchmark is to write content that's around 1,000 to 1,500 words. At a minimum, blog posts should have at least 300+ words so that they won't be labelled as having 'thin content'.

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    According to our research, in every region of the world, most marketers spend 1-2 hours writing a 500-word blog post. Asia-Pacific (APAC) is the only region where roughly an equal number of marketers are spending either 1-2 hours, 2-3 hours, or 4+ hours on a single blog post.

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    It depends on the topic and how far in depth you want to go in writing about it. The shortest it should be is around 300 words according to conventional wisdom, although I'd probably up that to at least 500 words at this point. Some can run well over 1,000. Basically, if it's not long enough, or filled with enough information to satisfy the reader, then it won't be helpful to them or your search results.

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    Generally a blog or a truncation of the expression weblog is a discussion or informational site published on the World Wide Web consisting of discrete entries or posts typically displayed in reverse chronological order and the most recent post appears first. The blog post is different from the articles, pages, press release and the essays. Many blogs provide commentary on a particular subject; others function as more personal online diaries; others function more as online brand advertising of a particular individual or company. A typical blog combines text, images, and links to other blogs, Web pages, and other media related to its topic. And also sometimes there may be a difference between the blog and blog posts. But that is not considerable.

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    According to HubSpot data, the ideal blog post*****length should be 2,100-2,400 words.
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