Content overload: we have a problem

Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the sheer amount of content available out there?

It’s content overload.

Only 50 years ago, information was limited to books or journals.

Now, creators, makers, experts, professionals or not, are all going in the same direction, producing nonstop and fighting to win attention.

As people shout louder, standing out is challenging.

The battle for the first positions is getting tighter and tighter, and growing a traffic source is tiresome.

Human’s unmeasurable wisdom astonishes me, but where will it lead us?

Content is endless, and time is fleeting.

Information overload calls us to countless choices every day. It’s impossible to keep up with every notion out there, let alone put them into practice.

We can’t consume everything that looks interesting, and our check-it-later lists keep growing.

We have a content overload problem.

Filtering out only content that matters is the most valuable skill to avoid drowning in a sea of information.

It’s exhausting.

If you work on the net, you might have noticed.

And social media don’t make it easier.

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