I don't know about you, but I can't recall reading a blog post which I can claim it's too short or long.
You'd think, then I'm truly fortunate to come across only quality content and fantastic authors. Yeah, I did. But I've come across terrible writings I given up halfway too. Yet I failed to find a clue how the length of a blog post could gain or ruin the value. If you ask me, I don't consider word count in my writing unless it's a prerequisite.
What's the Fuss?
However, what's common I realized was that they were discussing the ratio between traffic over word count, not the quality over word count.
I know we have to go with what's measurable. But I was like,
"Once you were implying that quality content matters the most in blogging and again, suggesting we might need to compromise the quality considering the relationship between word count and traffic. Are bloggers suppose to write or count?".
I was wondering if they knew majority of Internet traffic is non-human. Is blogging just turning into a sole marketing tool, with the coated quality content?
On to EXPERTS
Now, You are the EXPERT I count on here! ;)