Or how content isn’t always about food…
It’s pretty simple really:
There are two definitions:
If you feel content, you’re satisfied and happy. The content of a book, movie, or song is what it’s about: the topic.
This word has two main meanings. The first has to do with being pleased and satisfied (feeling content) or making someone else feel happy and at peace with things (contenting them). The other meaning has to do with subject matter: the content of a history class might be American history. The content of a math class might be geometry. As long as there’s a topic or subject, there’s content.
We’re only interested in the latter definition…
Content is everything we consume except food:
TV, Film, News, YouTube, Search results, Sports day, Website content (well some of it), Football matches, Newspapers, Magazines, Travel writing, Vlogs and Reviews, the list goes on and on and on.
I create the kind of content that’s written: blog posts, long form articles, case studies, Interviews and anything else that requires putting pen to paper.
And to be more specific, I write content that is very attractive to search engines, plus I have a formula that works every time enabling the content I write to get great traction in Google search results.