Top 10 Most Commented On Words
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:
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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