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Herd Content Is a Major Reason Content Creators Fail

The sad truth of copy-and-paste content

Herd Content Is a Major Reason Content Creators Fail
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Herd content is a major reason that content creators fail.

Don’t fall into the copy-and-paste content trap (like I did). It’s tempting but rife with long-term risk for you and your content. I should know. Like most creators, I still stumble into it from time to time.

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