Inquisitr case study on Problogger

September 18, 2009 — 5 Comments

Duncan Riley of The Inquisitr Shares a Popular Post Case Study

The questions were set, so the responses to fit the questions.

None the less, doing a Q & A like that forces you to think about what you did right and wrong. I actually enjoy it, and some might actually find value in what we’ve revealed.

5 responses to Inquisitr case study on Problogger

  1. Duncan, nice Q&A – just read it and the takeout from it: it's not always about the short-term. Also, being close to first is still good but original content/commentary wins out always.

    Good stuff.

    Cheers,
    Martin

  2. Just read your Q and A at Problogger.com and it was a nice read very informative, I myself do SEO and its really true that unique and quality article can help you gain traffic.

  3. Just read your Q and A at Problogger.com and it was a nice read very informative, I myself do SEO and its really true that unique and quality article can help you gain traffic.

  4. Duncan,

    I just popped over to Darren Rowses Problogger and read your Q&A. The points you make in reference to Adam Lambert being your most popular post are instrumental. Writing about something topical and controversial will always get readers hooked. Whether this remains your most popular post in 6 months time remains to be seen, heres hoping 🙂

    Stephen

  5. Duncan,

    I just popped over to Darren Rowses Problogger and read your Q&A. The points you make in reference to Adam Lambert being your most popular post are instrumental. Writing about something topical and controversial will always get readers hooked. Whether this remains your most popular post in 6 months time remains to be seen, heres hoping 🙂

    Stephen

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