PSFK: Headlines, Chinese Links & The Volume Of Content

PSFK: Headlines, Chinese Links & The Volume Of Content
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A response to comments about the increase in volume of content from PSFK.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 6 april 2011

I received an email today saying that the PSFK feed had got “rather spammy of late.” Since our new site launch there has been an increase of regular posts, an addition of ‘headline’ links plus we have been posting links in Chinese. The volume of links in our RSS and Twitter feeds is increasing but I’d argue that rather than being “spammy” we’re evolving into an essential daily read for our audience. I acknowledge that there there may be a little bit of getting used to as we move from what some might see as a ‘marketing blog’ to a ‘go-to resource for creative professionals’.

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