According to the definition given to us by doing a Google search, a myth is defined as “a widely held but false belief or idea.”
Myths can permeate every aspect of our lives, including what we do or don’t believe in, the things we read on the internet, and even our jobs. In this case, we will be taking a look at specifically content marketing myths in the “jobs” category.
Lately, content marketing has gotten more and more popular. And like with many things, the more popular something is, or the more a topic is spoken about, the more myths will pop up and surround it. Content marketing is no different. There is a number of myths surrounding content marketing, and it’s all because when people get into it, they begin coming up with their own ideas and notions about when everybody should be doing.
In an article written by Neil Patel on Search Engine Journal, he has listed seven popular content marketing myths that everybody should stop buying into. It does get pretty silly when stuff that doesn’t have a bit of truth to it persists. You can check out Neil’s post by following the link below.
Search Engine Land: 7 Popular Content Marketing Myths You Need to Stop Following