Shatner - 7:14 pm on Jul 9, 2011 (gmt 0)
>>The obvious answer is to create a high quality website. If it's high quality, then people will click its buttons on their own choice, and special "strategies" won't be necessary.
This is a useless, condescending statement. And it's not what this thread is for.
Here's an example of how wrong this is.
I have a page on my site with 40,000 facebook likes. Obviously it's a high quality page then, by your estimate, since people have liked it right? It has 0 Google likes.
>>>High Quality site A has a strategy and High Quality site B hasnt, who is going to have more +1`?
So please, let's have no more of that naive "if your site didn't suck you'd get votes" talk in this thread. Stop derailing the thread.