Clients will often ask our advice on the subject of online communications. Nothing really surprising in that as we offer consultancy on a variety of business solutions and online communication platforms.
Questions such as, ‘What is the optimum length of a meta-tag title I should include in our web page coding?‘ or ‘We are planning to put our company video on YouTube. How long should it be?‘
They are but two of the key questions that frequently arise. Fortunately, a recent article from Social media Today has collated statistical evidence which provides a good guide.
Being an astute reader you will already have noted that the headline for this post is eight words rather than the recommended six and that the content is less than 1,600 words. Neither meets the ‘ideals’ above. However, it is wise to remember that ‘ideals’ are not ‘absolutes’; they are simply statistical advice that offers you the best chance of success.
For more consultancy advice about online communications, social media, and web development we recommend you call our Web Synergies team to discuss your requirements. Email us at email@example.com.
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