Recently many high-output online article authors have been condemned by top-notch copywriters and editor type authors. These copywriter type authors and writers believe that many high-output authors do not take the time to carefully edit their work before submitting them and thus detract from the Internet and affect the over all content available on free online article submission sites. Whereas this maybe the case in many regards is it justified considering the low reading levels of the average person?
What I am saying is that the average readership and their searches on the Internet are lacking of any potential intellectual capability. Some say we should write articles, which give at least some new or interesting information to the viewer, which makes sense otherwise why read the article in the first place? Yet; If we are to suggest that you give the reader only one tidbit of new information in each article, then sure you can do that. It is probably all the reader can handle anyway, yet in doing so aren't we driving down the society? Or could you say that most information on the Internet is completely worthless and has no worthy information and thus one tidbit is better than none, so we are driving it upward, albeit in a very small increment? In which case why bother?
Additionally if I write an article on the Mars Rover, which is a high-hit Google search for 2005, but it gets buried in the Search Engine and no one reads it and in 8-months gets 97 article views. But if I write an article of ridiculous nature such as 2006 Paris Hilton Hair Cut and it gets 158 hits the very first day, before it even hits the search engines, then quickly climbs to 900 in three weeks. If this is the case then what we have is problem with humanity. So if I give one 'secret tip? on Paris Hilton's hair is the reader really served and what could you possibly write about Paris Hiltons public or private hair, which is not already on the Internet in full-motion video? I would encourage dialogue on this issue. Because from what I see quality articles is completely subjective and has a lot to do with what the people want, rather than one's writing ability to deliver real quality. Think this in 2006.