By Alan E. YoungIn a digital age in which the majority (70% to be exact) of consumers prefer to learn about products or offerings via content versus traditional advertisements, the value of content marketing is undeniable. However, within the modern content marketing landscape, cracking the code of evolving algorithms across each social platform can, at times, feel like an impossible task. It's not just a matter of putting out content at a frequent cadence nor is it good enough, at times, to produce great content. That's only one piece of the larger puzzle that is content marketing in a digital age. Rather, truly reaping the rewards from the creation and distribution of social content requires a robust understanding of which platforms your content can be seen, and engaged with, most.