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Top 10 Most Commented On Words

Top 10 Commented On Words Cloud

Top 10 Commented On Words Cloud

Have you been looking for ways to increase conversations on your content?  There are plenty of ways to do that, including asking questions and participating in the conversation that develops in response.  But how do you get that conversation started in the first place?

A smart way to increase the likelihood of spontaneous commenting is to include words that inspire people to put in their 2¢.  Placing relevant words that are often commented on in the proper context can give your comments a boost.  I recommend using them judiciously, since not all comments are positive ones, and you will want to create a positive buzz and not a firestorm of criticism.  Some of the following words work best in conjunction with an offer or campaign; giveaway is only really effective if there is something being given away, after all.

Top 10 Most Commented On Words:

Top 10 Most Commented On Words

Top 10 Most Commented On Words

1. Giveaway

2. Recap

3. Review

4. Jobs

5. Recruiting

6. Events

7. Gift

8. Money

9. Interview

10. Comments

Used in conjunction with the Top 10 Most Viewed Words, you’ll be on your way to getting a good conversation going.  Conversely, avoid using the Least Commented On Words and Least Viewed Words whenever possible, especially in the title of a post or tweet.

HubSpot recently released data complied from a variety of sources, including analysis of their 3,700 business customers, surveys with hundreds of businesses responding, analysis of the data in their free tools like Website Grader, Twitter Grader and Facebook Grader.  Their tools are fantastic; I use them and I suggest that you do, too! The results are both interesting and useful if applied properly; this is the second article in a series highlighting ways to make use of this information.

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Laura Pence Atencio

As Founder and CEO of Social Savvy Geek, LLC., Laura Pence Atencio is passionate about helping entrepreneurs and business owners meet and exceed their goals. She is committed to providing the most engaging and effective strategies in online marketing by combining traditional business networking and marketing fundamentals and best practices with current and engaging online marketing methods and tactics. Laura has worked with some of the top names in Internet Marketing and has consulted with entrepreneurs, businesses, and nonprofits in the US and abroad. She is the author of the popular article, 10 Tips to Build Your Twitter List Now, which has been published both online and in print in the US, Australia, and New Zealand. A lifetime student herself, Laura has achieved certification as a Computer Administrative Specialist at Beta Tech and has studied Art Education, History, Art History, and Criminal Justice at Virginia Commonwealth University. She is fascinated by learning, sharing and growing, not just in business, but in life. She participates in US Masters Swimming and has ranked in the top 25 nationally in her age group in both the 50 and 100-yard backstroke. She served in the VA Army National Guard as a Combat Engineer in the 229th Engineer Battalion. She never meets strangers, only friends not yet made– an attitude that serves her extremely well in the networking world, both online and off. She currently lives in Denver, CO with her husband, 3-year-old daughter, and German Shephard.

  • Joe says:

    An interesting use for statistical data. I’m busy trying to fit all ten into a sentence. (just kidding)

    • I’m glad that you liked it; I also considered trying to work all the words into a good sentence or title, but it wasn’t very practical. LOL. Including them in the post and keywords was sufficient.

  • Susie says:

    Interesting recap regarding the importance of words when networking for employment.

    • I always try to use good grammar and appropriate language and tone, but I hadn’t spent quite as much time strategically using words to boost certain results. After taking in the results of this survey, I won’t be taking these words for granted any more!

  • Eliza says:

    Thanks for sharing! It’s interesting to see what affect word choice has on what people choose to read, share, and comment on. Food for thought the next time I’m writing. I need to remember who my target demographic is.

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