Today I created an article that had the ‘phrase’ - long tail phrases – in the title. This article has 1819 words in it, and if I say so myself is a high quality article.
I also created an entry on my blog (on blogger.com) that current gets about 5 visits a day to it with – long tail phrases – in the title. This article has 340 words in it and is essentially a unique article that covers similar points and then provides a backlink to my hub.
When I do a Google search for ‘long tail phrases’ my blogger article is listed at position 6 out of 1.2 million – can’t find my hub being indexed yet.
So Blogger gets instant indexing and great ranking – perhaps I should just write on my little old blog! It'll be interesting to see if I get any clickthroughs to my hub! I'll keep ya posted.
What makes you think that quality has anything to do with getting any sort of ranking on Google?
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