WordPress.com – An Interesting Use
I try not to generate useless information. I know people are busy and the internet is full of babble already. It often seems like people think that the road to greatness depends primarily on their ability to just make more noise than their competition. But… when I find something that I think is unusual but perhaps overlooked I like to share it.
Such an article was this one which I read tonight. It concerns WordPress.com., a site which I knew about but never really liked much nor felt totally comfortable with. I'll summarize what I thought were some of the salient points and leave you to read the article if you want.
What got my attention was that the writer (of the article) said that he wanted to do an experiment into using an Exact Match Domain (EMD). And he wanted to do it within the subdomain of WordPress.com. WordPress.com, in case you don't know, has good authority on Google and the presumption was that an EMD there would yield high PageRank links.
Also interesting to read in the article was the way he structured his articles (i.e. length, number of keywords, etc.).
His conclusion seems to be that EMDs do still work even though some sources say or imply that they don't. Me…. I don't see how they could not still have a positive effect regardless of where they are. Especially if they are contextual to otherwise good content. And furthermore…if you can get them into the domain name (even as a subdomain/extension as happens on WordPress.com) surely that must be a positive too.
Thus..the value of WordPress.com where you can, in many cases, get blog URL which have a particular EMD in them (like I just did).
The article is a bit long and does get into some detail that might bore some people. But….I thought it was worth passing on if for nothing but the reminder about the easy availability of WordPres.com blogs. For those of us in Markethive, we supposedly can configure our SNAP plugin to syndicate to WordPress.com, can't we?
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