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Social Bookmarking Done Right...

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by ThopHayt, Dec 28, 2012.

  1. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I'd like to discuss about how to make bookmarking posts better. I know that the old rule for content used to be to keep them at about 50 words in length... but is that really true anymore? Hmm, I for one am not so sure. I also believe that too many people use 2nd rate quality writing in bookmarks because they're shorter than articles. And in general people treat them very lazy.

    How many of you believe you are actually doing a "good job" with your own bookmarks? I'm going to do a mini study this next month using ultra-high-quality content and upper-PR links in my bookmarking and see if they do indeed "still have the juice" anymore.

    Before I begin, however, I am still wondering on what a reasonable content length for them is... perhaps 75-150 words? I'm open to suggesting before this begins, so post in if you have requests for me to experiment with!!!

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  2. amoore9900

    amoore9900 Regular Member

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    We have our own "bookrmark" sites. I will admit they don't look like the pligg sites etc. I started off doing 50 - 100 words and then changed to doing posts that were longer in some cases 500 words I think it made a difference I know you can't do that with a lot of bookmark sites but I think it helped.
     
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  3. ThopHayt

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    I'm considering starting this off with around 100 words per posting and seeing if that's enough. If it gets enough successful submissions I'll ramp it up to 200 and keep going from there.