David Armano of Logic + Emotion, a blog about 'insights, ideas and interactions,' created a post Thursday about sharing - actually, shareability. We all hope for high shareability when we write our blogs and post on twitter, but do any of us really know how to create shareable posts?
Armano's post aims to help you with that. He begins by saying, "If content were king, then great posts wouldn't go undiscovered every single day." I don't agree with him there - truth is, a lot of greatness gets passed by or ignored on a daily basis. Greatness is not dependent upon crowd-sourcing. If it were, we'd have a No Kill Nation by now, wouldn't we?
However, Armano makes a good point - that bad content gets shared almost as much as good content, depending on your definition of 'good' and 'bad'.