alika - 10:22 pm on Aug 8, 2013 (gmt 0)
How does one define an "in depth" article?
Research think tanks can easily produce 20-50 page long pages when printed. But since Google mentioned that the in-depth articles can include blogs, how long should the article be to be considered in-depth? Is it 10,000 words? Is it 25,000 words?
It would be interesting to see whether a New Yorker publication with 10,000 words on the topic will still manage to snag a spot in the in-depth box, compared to a no-name blog post on the topic with 25,000 words. I'm sure the brand strength will be a huge factor in this.
Also, would it be better to have the article all in one page, rather than break it to different pages? Instead of having 5 pages of 5,000 words each, put them in a 25,000-word long single page?