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Grabbing attention with snackable content

Grabbing attention with snackable content

Snackable content is a short form of easily digestible content that can be shared on social media. It's often visually engaging and can be posted consistently.

In the year 2000, the average attention span of a human was 12 seconds. Now it is around 8.

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  • The most popular form of snackable content is in the form of bullet-point lists and short videos (videos between 30 seconds and four minutes).
  • Infographics are a great way to share high-value information efficiently.
  • Remember to leave links and ways for people to follow and s...

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