Does Writing About A Controversial Topic Encourage Comments And Back Links? This is the question I answer in this article and I also answer a lot more important questions in some other articles which I shall now list.
Does a really long title increase your chances of competing on Google? This one talks about how if you write a really long title, it can sometimes help you compete for broad match keyword phrases that nobody else is going after.
You just have to write a lot in the article, and in the title, ask a question, or encourage some dialogue in the comments, and make a few back links like this, and you should be doing fairly well.
Back links aren’t all there is to ranking on Google, sometimes it’s all about going after searches that nobody else thinks about, and writing a long, high quality article.
This is a simple blog post that I am using to increase the SEO rank of my articles on Factoidz, but I will also use it to make a back link to my site, which sells Affordable Social Media Marketing Services.
I might also link to another page that I am trying to get to rank as well, which leads back to my site. I think there was a blog post I wanted to link to, no it was a press release.
Different ways to add HTML elements to a Facebook welcome page. That’s a good one on prlog.org which is a good site for making back links, as I also explain in my article on Factoidz: best article writing sites to make back links from.
I know I’m making a lot of links to random sites, but they aren’t really random, they’re all mine. I’m trying to increase the ranking of my Factoidz articles, but I’m also trying to increase the ranking of my site, by linking to it directly, and through secondary links in a link pyramid.
Back links are still important on Google, they just have to appear natural, and there’s nothing too unnatural about making a couple of links a day here and there.
Back to the main question about a controversial topic, and writing about it to encourage comments, I’m not really trying to encourage comments on this one, but if you’re reading it, you can comment if you want.