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Also, with the ad model a majority of people know that you are trying to get something out of them - a purchase, a signup etc - so there is a lesser level of trust there but if they find you through organic whilst they are in the research stage and you provide good info and value, then there is trust built and you get more sales.
[edited by: Robert_Charlton at 7:07 pm (utc) on Jun 1, 2019]
[edit reason] Cleanup after thread split to new thread [/edit]
"It's pay to play, you have to pay to rank"
25 BEST.......! With literally one or two sentences below each product. Yup... That is "quality" now.
most by big names like Houzz and their ilk
I'm being outranked by Reddit shares of my own blog post.
Solution? Be Known.
Get a brick and mortar, next will be fingerprints and iris scan and legal documents, just like PayPal has demanded recently.
Once known, they might trust you as a person, not just the site (trust rank ring a bell?) and perhaps that is where this is all going...but so far it's a mess.
Is there comments at Reedit? Because if so, and as I mentioned several times before, Google might value the comments about an article, more than the article itself. The comments being from several individuals might be more representative... who knows.
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@skaterpunk - When I said 10 best type articles I also include Buying Guides…
I logged into the Play Store today and it asked me by default if I wanted to also download other search engines and browsers alongside Google. I believe this is because of the power that be are pushing on them,
[edited by: Robert_Charlton at 6:37 am (utc) on Jun 26, 2019]
[edit reason] following a TOS edit with my comments [/edit]
[edited by: phranque at 6:15 am (utc) on Jun 26, 2019]
[edit reason] TOS [/edit]
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