Best posts so far

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  1. says

    How to get Darren Rowse to read your blog has to be one if not the best post on this blog, and any blog for a very long time. Though I have to ask does he still read your blog? The next best I think is squeezing juice out of Digg and not just because we got a mention, big thanks for that by the way, but it was I think a great resource list, for anyone trying viral marketing.

  2. Lyndoman says

    I don’t think Darren has been back since, but then I don’t think the information I have published lately is within his remit.
    My best post with regards to backlinks and traffic was the “Is this the thing that will destroy Digg”.

    It’s funny, the stuff I think is really clever and will be popular turn out to be duds, then the stuff that is easy and just me spouting off seems to get traction.

    I will be posting more resource stuff. Particularly in the area of linkbait, as I’m quite interested in this area.

  3. says

    I think thats always the way, I have a very good idea of what will do well and what won’t on the blogs I write on yet, am always surprised when the most innocent post becomes popular, Our make a site like Digg tutorial was done more as a log, for us as we were working on a new site, but its by far the most popular series we have run.
    But well done on your first few months, and you never know Darren may be an avid feed reader :)

  4. says

    Best posts as youve picked up on, are a very subjective thing. You might well turn on a light in someones head whilst making another reading the very same yell noooooooo and have them run away screaming to the back button ;)

    My fave thus far is ‘why linkbait is a waste of time’ I loved the headline for its antagonistry value and it wasa pretty good read, that inpsired me to comment and engage, so yeah, on that basis, my fave so far.

    P.s I hear that apoo is hiring over at Springfield…;)

  5. Lyndoman says

    Possible I should have called it most popular posts. My favourite post is the Linkbait kid, but it did nothing really.

    It tells me to stop trying to be clever and give people what they want and like.

    It’s hard when you’re a smart arse.

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