How to Create Shareable "Bite-size" Content for Marketing Success

Posted on May 09, 2017
By Suhash

Bite-size or snack-size content refers to content that is short, offers value, and can be easily digested. The bite-size content has gained momentum with the burgeoning use of social media platforms as well as increased Internet consumption via mobile devices. For many Internet users, it’s far easier and convenient to interact with a short Facebook post, tweet, gif or meme on Pinterest rather than read a lengthy article. Therefore, creating sizable bite-size and snackable content has become vital for the success of any content marketing campaign.

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Why does the readability of your content matter? [Infographic]

The concept of readability has been explored numerous times through rigorous scientific testing - the bulk of this has focused on print rather than digital media. With the meteoric rise of content marketing in the recent past, we see marketers and linguists turn to readability once again, this time exploring it with an online lens.

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How Atomic AI Edits All of Your Content in Real-Time

I'd wager you manufacture, send, and publish more than 20 snippets of content daily.

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How Your Content Can Standout Against the Bots In Publishing [Podcast Recap]

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How Atomic AI Measures The Emotion In Your Content

If there is a single feature in our platform that has generated the most interest (but also the most confusion), it is our Emotion measure.

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How Do You Start A Podcast? Our Marketing Coordinator Shares

Time to face the hard truth. You need to give your content marketing strategy a boost, and what you've been seeing a ton of people creating podcasts.

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5 eBook Mistakes You Need To Fix Right Now

There’s a sense of pride when you finally publish an ebook.

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Supercharge Your Content With the New and Improved Emotion Feature!

Another month, another major update!

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Atomic Reach Improves Its Grammar Feature With Rules You May Not Know About

Posted on July 29, 2016
By Summer

It seems like cutesy emojis, short-and-sweet tweets, sarcastic hashtags, and shorthand phrases (i.e. OMG and LOL) have taken over our daily vocabulary, kicking good ol’ grammar to the curb. Does grammar even still matter?

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