Sunday, October 9, 2011

The Brisbane Property Market must be VERY interesting.

Throughout the last week or so, basically since this blog post, I've been intently monitoring which of my blog posts are getting the most hits, and basically it comes down to one about the Brisbane property market from mid 2009. So the question is, how come this particular post IS the most commonly hit post, again and again and again? I think I can put it down to a few points:

1. It has the words 'Brisbane Property Market' in it a number of times. This of course must be a keyword worthy of looking at, as my Russian friends attest to, bombarding the comments with junk (which by the way I've left for entertainment purposes). 

2. It also has the words 'Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide' etc. etc., once again, words that must be high hit keywords.

3. This is an earlier post on my blog, basically it's been there for a while, with all those juicy, yummy keywords, sitting pretty. 

So, the dilemma is this; do I keep writing blog posts that are meaningful to me, that, I believe, may actually entertain a few people, or do I switch over and become a keyword robot, making sure that I have words like 'Brisbane' and 'Australia' and 'Sydney' and 'potato', just for the sake of getting hits?

Perhaps I need balance, a bit of Column A and a bit of Column B. Lets see, what other words may score highly? Any suggestions?

Also I am now going to add a little message to the bottom of my posts, similar to the way smonkyou does whn I read the entertaining posts on Google Reader. So...

Can I ask you a small favour? Pretty please? With a cherry? Please put a link on your website to this website. In return, if you notify me, I will back link you, or whatever else you want me to. Cheers...

4 comments:

Matt said...

Or maybe people are just interested in Brisbane property! Happy to help send you research if you want fodder :)

Andrew K said...

You know, THAT could be it...he he he, I've become too "SEO-minded".

That research would be great Matt.

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