Can You Grow Your Organic Traffic Without Generating Content?

content marketing

Did you know that the average web page that ranks on page 1 of Google has at least 2,000 words of text?

That means if you want more organic traffic, you have to create tons of content, right?

What if you don’t have a content bone in your body—does that mean that you’re out of luck when it comes to your rankings?

There has to be another solution…

Luckily for you, there is. Before we get into that, let’s first dispel the myth that you have to generate more content to grow your organic traffic.

Does more content mean more organic traffic?

When you think of the best ranking sites on the web, which ones come to mind? Sites like Wikipedia, The New York Times, Huffington Post, and Mashable, right?

The reason all of these sites rank so well is because they have thousands—if not millions—of pages with unique content. In general, if you create more content, you’re giving search engines more keywords that will help them rank your site.

word count

If you look at the image above by SerpIQ, you’ll see that the average web page that ranks on page 1 of Google contains at least 2,032 words. And when you look at the top three positions, you’ll notice that those web pages have at least 2,400 words.

When you start dissecting the keywords that most of these content-rich sites rank for, the majority tend to be long-tail keywords. Just look at Quick Sprout: 91% of my organic traffic is generated through long-tail terms due to the fact that I write content on anything related to marketing.

long tail traffic

But that doesn’t mean you can’t get rankings if you don’t produce content. Take UpWorthy as an example: they get millions of visitors from search engines when they rarely write more than 100 words of content on a page.

If you search for the phrase “unrealistic bodies,” you’ll see UpWorthy with the first spot on Google.

upworthy rankings

What’s even more impressive is that the body of the post contains only 55 keywords.

You may say that “unrealistic bodies” isn’t a popular search term. And it isn’t. But UpWorthy is competing with 19 million other web pages that also rank for that term. Which means they must be doing something right…

Plus, it’s not the only search term they rank for. They rank for 17,112 more popular terms according to SEMrush. And some of these terms are indeed popular… such as “Rosa Parks” or “Robin Williams.”

But UpWorthy still generates content

I know what you are thinking… UpWorthy only gets organic traffic because they generate content. And sure, they may not create as much content as Wikipedia, but to some extent they still create text-based content.

Airbnb, on the other hand, also generates millions of organic visitors a month, and they rank for competitive terms like “vacation rentals.”

If you look at Airbnb’s home page, what don’t you see? You don’t see much content.

airbnb homepage

Even when you look at listing pages, the only content you see is short descriptions and reviews, both provided by users. The user-generated content might be helping them rank, but it doesn’t perform as well as it would if it were Airbnb-generated content.

Just look at this warning I got from Google last year

google warning

It shows that Google knows the difference between user-generated content and content created by the website owner. Still, Airbnb ranks for long-tail terms like “Brookstone apartment by Central Park.”

airbnb rankings

And if you want to see a site that ranks well but contains little to no content, check out WhitePages. Just perform a search, and you’ll see that their listing pages contain little to no content, yet they rank for competitive terms like “people search.”

So, what’s the secret to ranking high if you don’t want to focus on content generation? It’s backlinks.

Do backlinks help with rankings?

What Upworthy, Airbnb, and WhitePages have in common is they have a lot of natural backlinks pointing to their websites. When I compared them to using my analyzer tool, I saw that both sites have more organic traffic than Quick Sprout even though Quick Sprout contains web pages with more in-depth and longer content—over 2000 words per page.


If that doesn’t help convince you that links are important, consider this: Moz asked 120 search marketers what they felt impacts a site’s ranking on Google. Can you guess which factor they listed as most important?

rankings analysis

As you can see from the chart above, links are the most important factor. Twelve out of the top 15 ranking factors were all link-related.

When you look at these popular sites that contain thousands of backlinks and little to no content per page, you’ll also notice that they have something else in common…

They have a lot of web pages indexed. Airbnb has around 45 million pages indexed; Upworthy has close to 10,000; and WhitePages has 105 million.

So, how can you grow your organic traffic without generating more content?

How to grow your organic traffic

Just like Airbnb, Upworthy, and WhitePages, you can get hundreds of thousands—if not millions—of organic visitors per month as long as you do the following:

  • Build more pages – whether your pages are content-rich or not, you need more web pages. The more pages you have, the higher your probability of ranking for more long-tail terms.
  • Make your pages count – if Google doesn’t like the content quality on your web pages, you will get slapped with a Panda penalty. To avoid this, you want to utilize technology that helps you create valuable web pages, like White Pages has done. Or you can choose to focus on creating user-generated content such as reviews, like Yelp and Airbnb have done.
  • Press builds links – UpWorthy, Yelp, and Airbnb all did a wonderful job getting media exposure. By getting mentioned on sites like The New York Times, not only were they gaining traffic but they were also building up their backlink profiles, which helped their search engine traffic. To get media exposure, you can either hire a PR agency or use a free service like HARO.
  • Be proactive – there are dozens of ways to build links if you are willing to put in the time. This article I wrote recently breaks down seven tactics such as leveraging Quora or using broken link building. And if you find yourself with more free time, check out this guide on link building.
  • Be patient – if you aren’t writing in-depth articles, your search traffic won’t grow that quickly. In the long run, you can still gain organic traffic, but don’t expect miracles overnight. I remember when I first started checking out Airbnb, they were getting over 100,000 visitors a month from search, and most of the organic traffic came from people searching their brand name. Things are different now, but it took time.


You can grow your organic traffic without generating content. It won’t be as easy as leveraging content marketing, but it is still possible.

Just look at companies like Apple, Microsoft, IBM, and Amazon. They all receive millions of organic visitors a month, and none of them truly focus on blogging. Instead, they focus on creating great products or services.

If you want to grow your organic traffic and you don’t want to create content, focus on building backlinks. It’s the best way to generate more search traffic, even though it is hard work.

How many backlinks does your site have?

P.S. If you are looking for more ways to grow your traffic without leveraging content marketing you should check this out.


  1. I have used your tool big bro 🙂 its awesome. Thank you for this post 🙂

    • Manish, glad you found it helpful.

      • Thanks Neil for this great post and my blog get benefited from that.

        As always enjoyed reading at “Quicksprout”.

        More importantly I want to thank you for the engagement with all your readers and lovers.

        • Here’s how to get more traffic from search engines without posting new content. “Perform keyword research”.

          Perhaps finding golden keywords is the only way to increase your search traffic. Without keywords, posting content is useless in my opinion.

          Great share Neil!

          • Airbnb they work on an algorithm which takes in many factors. Please add my house listing to your WISH LIST on Airbnb, when you are in London, U.K then you will know where to stay.

  2. Build more pages is something New to me. Earlier I have read out at Quicksprout as Page Total words(more than 2000) should be important for ranking. So Now the thought is to build more pages.

    So you need to build more pages with Quality articles. If You built more pages(Focusing on quantity and not on quality) Means you cant rank well on SERP. Nice article.

    With Regards

  3. Good article Neil. It’s definitely possible to grow your organic traffic without producing content, but it just takes longer and you have to be more creative.

    • Yes, I thought without content it’s near impossible but I have hope

    • Laura ~ Raise Your Garden :

      I’m going to ask Olaf to give you a nice warm hug for me Neil because I loved this post that much! Pithy and short is how I like writing a post ~ I’m just not up for writing ridiculously long posts and find that I don’t read most post that are too long either [insert short attention span issues here].

      Backlinks are exciting and they are the #1 way I’m growing my organic traffic on my Home & Garden Blog !! It’s totally where I’m focusing and it’s working. I’m calling up every garden and nursery center from here to kingdom come asking for a backlink (and I’ll happily give them one in return) and we can work in collaboration. Win Win. Unlike the Super Bowl and Tom Brady = Losers!

  4. another great post as always. Looking at the moz chart in number two is numbers of Google+ ones? I don’t’ believe that for a second.

  5. Tyler, Easy Agent Pro :

    I used to focus on backlinks and recently scrapped the idea to follow your “Double your traffic in 30 days” post.

    Went from 5k uniques a month to over 30k in under 3 months…

    I think organic traffic and SEO can be impacted by links and content. But it’s kind of more than that isn’t it?

    It’s hard to un-organically build every signal Google looks for when sending traffic to sites. But it’s easy to get that traffic if you have a huge site that people naturally go too.

    Lately, I’ve been focused on building ‘bowling ball’ sites that are just so big that Google can’t ignore them.

    It’s not backlinks or content. It’s just being so good that everything works. People comment on posts. I’m all over social. And even Google sends some traffic my way.


    • Tyler, awesome to hear. Sounds like you have tackled a niche that works. It’s all about having the right audience at the end of the day.

  6. I have personally used Quora,and trust me my posts and comments still generate traffic for my site(even small amount, since I stopped doing it). So I can vouch for Quora. Great Post Neil, Keep them coming 🙂

  7. Most of the top pages in Google are Wikipedia entries. These always have 2000+ words.

  8. Randy Kauffman :

    Great Post Neil. I need more creativity! LOL.

  9. Palash Kumar Daw :

    This article would be a counter attack, who doesn’t support backlinks 🙂

    • Palash, can you elaborate?

      • Palash Kumar Daw :

        There have many guys who don’t care backlink strategy. They are thought creating backlinks a naughty work.

        If any new business lunch, however they will be reach their customer. At 1st they are need analyze where their targeted customer is coming. In those place they must be add their website directly or indirectly.

  10. Nice read! Thanks for this awesome post Niel. Quicksprout helps me grow my (yet weak) content bone day by day 🙂

  11. Thanks Neil,
    Before i read this post, i was worried about my shorter articles. But now i know that quality is important.

  12. Great post Neil.

  13. Praveen pandey :

    Back links are soul of any swo strategy. What will be an ideal do follow and no follow back link ratio. And according to you how much this affect your rankings.

    I’m sure you will reply. Thanks in advance.

  14. Good Advice, Neil. Backlinks matter, and so does content. AND, getting media coverage is a great way to get some backlinks.


  15. Hey Neil

    Super like for this post as you know I am launching an Amazon Affiliate site and was confused about its 2000 + pages ( products) content . Now got the solutions. It should be review based having lesser number of words 🙂

  16. Steve Estimable :

    Neil, informative post.

    Great to know twelve out of the top 15 ranking factors were all link-related.

    Q:How many backlinks does your site have?

    A: 1, haha not yet launched!

    Have a wonderful productive day!

  17. This is amazing as ever Neil. Though it’s more of a headache to me., but it’s worth the try – writing longer words posts.

    Thanks once again, boss.

  18. Hey Neil,

    Number of backlinks is surely an important factor in search ranking. But anyone needs to understand a strategy and risks he or she follows.

    For example, building backlinks in some way may be considered as ranking manipulation by Google and be presented with a penalty.

    Also, I’ve seen that as blogging becomes more and more competitive, there’s a tendency to put more focus on building more quality content rather than building more backlinks (kind of pure SEO projects).

    I believe that a good quality content strategy in a long-term can bring really great results in the world where there is a mediocre content overcrowding.

    It’s funny to see though that established websites with a lot of poor content overrank really quality pages.

    Another aspect of backlinking is that naturally very few people may want to link to you unless you have a strong brand. Even a super great content does not help to get backlinks as much as a strong brand does.

    So, as a resume, backlinks are good but it’s only a part of a game. And if you want to survive and thrive in a long-term, one of the sure ways to success is to invest your time/money in a high-quality content. But it depends on whether you have a long-term strategy for your blog.

  19. Jaan Kanellis :

    I manage SEO for HUGE forums, with 1000’s of great backlinks, but they have been smacked by Google in the past few years. They have little or no UGC spam and have good engagement. So why do they rank worse now according to your article?

  20. JMichaelWarner :

    Great info as always Neil! I build storage sheds, cabins, kits and related products. I am trying to grow beyond being a construction company and into manufacturing company. I am in the middle of putting buy in now buttons on my products. Right now for each style of kit I have 19 sizes and variations on each of those sizes. Given the info in this article it seems like I should have one page with all the product info on it. On that page, links to the buy in now page for each product variation.

  21. Guess what writing content for your website does? Create backlinks 🙂

    It’s all part of the same plan in the long run. Your site needs to be popular and respected – content or no…

  22. Backlinks from high PR pages boosts our organic traffic to some extent. I have personally experienced it for one of site. But the PR should be high and should not be spammer.

  23. SEO gurus have no clue what they are talking about. I break every single one of these rules and still rank really well.

    Its all about posting content like a human being and not for a machine. Forget the rules just post. Thats it. No magic formula will get you ranking. Backlinks. Ha! I have like 3.

    My content is really thin. But its timely. So it ranks. Even content that is months old still ranks. Just post like a human.

  24. Great article i will implement all these on my website.

  25. 17 Backlinks from one article with no other link building efforts.

  26. Building rich content can be applied even though I create the content for a backlink for my primarly site? Also, if it is a description for a product on an online shop I can not create content with more than 2.000 word, only if it is generated by user reviews. In this regard I can not create rich content.

  27. Those studies on 2000 words you point to were done in 2012. How accurate is that still?

  28. Dr. 'Malik Haruna King :

    Thanks Neil for this.

    I get it. Quantity is important; so is quality. Great content is vital. Quality backlinks are needed.

    Noted. Taken. Thanks.

  29. Great stuff as always Neil, truly a thought leader and expert in your field!!

  30. Eric competing with the big guys can be a headache in the beginning. So the question you should ask yourself is am I focusing or local or international. If its local then it becomes easier to rank once you include keywords pertaining to your locality. You can even take it a step further by including the keyword of your state.
    Other strategy include creating detailed article such as the top 50 spas in your state or locality. This article i can promise you will make you the top 5 for spas to visit in your state. Why? because its a detailed post. Secondly its a link magnet. Have difficulty creating such a post outsource its creation. Am available for that anyway. You can also do are guest post. So couple these strategy together with working together with partners not direct competitors. I.e. Your guest post should go to sites complement your service. For example you can post a guest post on a site into manage, or a blog on healthy living. Not a blog that are into spas. Hope it helps

    • Wanted to say post to sites that is focussed on massage as therapy

      • Hey Peter, thanks for the info! We do focus on local and have implemented most of the strategies that you suggested and that is a great idea for a detailed post, thanks!

  31. Hey Neil,
    I agree with you quality content and backlink still works.thanks for this useful post.

  32. Steven Schmeltzle :

    Wow, 2000 words. I never really paid attention but I was told that 500-700 words was the norm. Thanks for the tip Neil.

  33. After reading many of your articles i got from your newsletter I found that I must read all your news letter. hoping to be some one like the owner of upworthy.

  34. Akshay Mangla :

    Great Post

    & Quicksprout Analyzer Tool Is Really Awesome

  35. Hi Neil,
    I am completely agree with this article, because there are many guys out there who’s site has not much content but they want to rank in search engine. I am sure it this particular post will motivate to them.

    I always know that without building quality backlink content can not stand out alone. Thanks for the sharing this post. 🙂

  36. Gerald Chavez :

    I’ve tried everything from surfing traffic exchanges to buying advertising…but I use google analytic and it’s not showing much organic traffic. This tips could truly help me. Thanks!

  37. Good post Neil!

  38. Hi Neil,
    This post is that Something I was looking for. Thanks.

  39. Hi Neil,

    I have learnt a lot of things from this post. This post can really encourage those who don’t believe in creating high quality backlinks and just focusing on churning out post after post.

    I just had a look at an SEO analyzer tool that you’ve provided, It’s really awesome and I will definitely use to analyze our client’s website in future.

  40. I think this is now clear to me that I can rank my sites in different ways, even if I am not generating a lot of text content. For that I have to wait, use my creativity and try to make my content viral.

  41. To gain backlinks is also a long procedure, but by getting fresh content on website and sharing it regularly can change site visibility. Both are important factors for organic position.

  42. Quicksprout is really a nice place for learning.

  43. Neil, every time I read your articles, I end up with many tabs open as I find your content extremely useful. Sometimes it’s hard to follow everything, if you’re not a professional blogger (yet), but I believe it is not impossible.

    Thanks again for all the lovely advices you provide!

  44. Hey Neil,

    I am learning your blog from long time but making my first ever comment here! Because this post forced me to do so!

    Thanks for the wonderful article once again! Very useful references I got from this post!

    You’ll see me here more often! 🙂


  45. Hey Neil,

    I would like to ask one question. Creating 2000 words or 100 backlinks? Which one would work better?

  46. Thank you for your valuable post Neil.

    What I have learned from this post is, creating short and qualified articles are much better than creating long but boring content. Am I right?

  47. I do agree with you. Always i check my mail there is an Email coming up from Quicksprout. This helps in building relationship with the users. Sharing content is helps in gaining more traffic & visitors..

    • Yup ! I do believe that there is a good team behind this. It is not the work of a single person. And by the way he has his own good analytic tool.

  48. Thanks Neil for the valuable posts you share with us. This helps in optimization and trends going on in the marketplace.

  49. Nice read! There was a confusion whether to concentrate more on back-link, page or content, but now after reading this post everything is clear. All three steps are important at their places for ranking. They work differently but we have to work on all three of them for fast and quality result.
    Thanks Neil.

  50. Awesome article neil

    thanks for the share

  51. Exactly, I previous had a blog were I used to post only videos, pictures and links to whatever things I found interesting and it really performed well, it was even ranked well but now that I have sold that site and started a content heavy site I surely don’t get that kind of organic traffic.
    I guess social popularity plays a major role here.

  52. I still remember in early stage with just under 200 words article containing links approximately 10, ranked 1st on google for a keyword that most companies copied my strategy later on. I made $ 200 within 4 months doing nothing. Just 3 pages on my site.

    You know what I did?

    I just created a “Perfect title” with Keyword combinations. People used that phrase usually. I worked hard to find that alone,once I got the phrases I use it on my title that’s it.

    But nowadays things changed. Need to take care of other things in addition to Page/post title.

    Bottom line – “Create pages with title matching with user query in search engine.”

    Toggle yourself as a user who is looking for the information – You will get the title.

    Just my experience 🙂

  53. Hi Neil,

    A long time reader first time commentor. I really enjoyed your article. It just happens that I was researching how sites like Buzzfeed and Upworthy get so many visits and yet don’t have a lot of written content apart from videos and photos.

    But from reading your article they have load of pages. So my idea can still be explored. Now that I know I can can leverage the number of pages, by using photos and getting user involved. I still love seo and the power keywords have, so I will have to share a few paragraphs of content as well 🙂

    Thanks for the share

    Blessings Janet

  54. Sean Morrison :

    Great article, Neil, as always. Big fan of your work. I love how everything goes back and forth, though. You read something on one blog and they say do this, read another and they tell you otherwise. It’s definitely a fun industry to be involved with, as you always need to stay on top of your game.

    Here’s to ever-changing SEO!

  55. Because the companies you mentioned are big big brands

  56. matthias, kaffeevollautomat test :

    Dear Neil. Thank you for the great post on content versus backlinking impact on serp rankimgs. Thanks to your Information I really did well in a short time with my first niche site project. And things start judt to flow. Best regards.Matthias

  57. Great post Neil… Really loved it.. So many important things to learn here…

    Just one question.. Could you tell me an approx figure of backlinks that can rank a site in Google…


  58. Wow on 2000 words! We definitely need to try creating longer, in-depth content to see how it works.

  59. Manish Rauthan :

    Hi Neil,

    Yesterday I had posted a comment and ask a query. But I think you had removed my comment. My query is still pending.

    Well nice post and thanks for this information.

    Thanks Again.

    • Manish, what was the question. It may have went to spam if it was filled with links or questionable words? Would be glad to answer it here 🙂

  60. Thank you for this analysis, Neil.

    I’ve always loved getting inspiration from your posts, and this is yet another great one. Getting exposure is one of the best (and sustainable) ways to get backlinks because today’s digital marketing is all about long-lasting connections. Social media and even physical methods will play crucial roles.

    We’re currently putting several of your suggestions into practice, and I’m hoping they will generate positive results for us.

  61. Hello Neil,

    Thanks for the great tips you always share.I was wondering if building a forum or adding one to an existing blog/site increase backlinks to the site?

  62. You are write Neil.
    Content is the most necessary part for ranking a website and most of the beginners fail to realize that.
    Great post .

  63. Hey Neil

    Truthfully I am pretty skeptical about backlinks because I have seen many niche websites crumble after getting slapped by Google. But what you have shown in this post seems to show that backlinks still work. Maybe I should read up more about it and try out a strategy or 2. Thanks! 😉


  64. Hi Neil,

    I am following from the last two months. I always learn something new from your articles. Great site to learn SEO tactics.. Thanks Neil…

  65. Really sir great article. I asked many bloggers that how can I get organic traffic some says do more post and some says create dofollow backlinks. I was confused beacause don’t know the reason and ranking factors.
    Now fully understand. .. thanx

  66. Emma Strzeleki :

    Hi Neil, thanks for any informative post – This site is a goldmine of information, I could spend hours on it!

  67. Spot on with this write-up, I really believe that this website needs
    a lot more attention. I’ll probably be returning to
    read through more, thanks for the advice!

  68. Thanks Neil for the VG post. I think although the length of post is an important factor of Google ranking but it should not be always the fact. sometimes I search Google for keywords like for example “drop shipping” or any other keywords and find posts with fewer words count at the top. and some time I find posts with higher words count at the top. so it is vary. and i think there are many other ranking factors other than words count. this is what I want to comment about. thanks indeed again for your cool blog Neil.

  69. :

    there is a solution granted within the ARC

  70. Very useful article Neil..

    Yes I used to build some natural backlinks to one of my blog rather than focusing only on high-quality content..

    And, ranked for nearly 100K long-tail keywords in Google.

    Got some great ideas from your post, let me try this with bunch of content related site.

    Thanks 🙂

  71. Great post,, I learned a lot from it 🙂

  72. Nilesh Pujara :

    Helllo Neil,

    Your always rocking, thanks for wonderful posting…

  73. Cedric Markwatson :

    Most of the small and big companies, think organic traffic can’t be increased without posting content on a daily basis. Some experienced and newbies SEOs also depend on content for posting, but it is not true. If you have little bit experienced about organic traffic and zeal to achieve your target, then without having content you can generate good amount of traffic for your business.

    Neil, after lots of deep researched on organic traffic, some incredible advise you have shared with us. Such a great job. Thanks for this meaning stuff for making our next strategies.

  74. Thanks Neil, You cleared all the confusion related to quality content and backlinks of a website. Now, I’m going to apply all of these things on my blog.

  75. thanks for this useful is really helpful for i am not confuse at all…i understand now that what should i do

  76. nice article admin..keep posting articles like this one..

  77. Ayesha Sarfaraaz :

    i really got amazing information..other blogger publish only fake information..but i feel that i am really lucky to find information which is very useful for me and my site 🙂

  78. enterprise chat app :

    Wonderful article, After reading your article, I can easily improve my website organic traffic. I will share this article for my friends also. Please share more article like how to get more traffic with social media. Thanks

  79. Hello Neil,

    I must say this is a helpful post for any one who is starting off a new website or a Blog. For me personally, this is really helpful, I stumbled upon to this post searching on ways to Improve organic traffic to my blog, It takes a lot of hard work producing quality content consistently and then if you get on a few page views …it’s heartbreaking. I am sure I can use a few of the above strategies listed above, getting more pages indexed, getting more backlinks are a few which I can immediately start working upon.

    Thanks a ton : )

  80. great post 🙂 keep it up…

  81. HuffingtonPost is always use google’s news snippet to grow web traffic more than 200%.

  82. I got the solution for organic traffic. Thanks for your nice post.

  83. Dear Neil Patel,

    Thanks for the great helpful suggestion on organic traffic, i am a big fan of you i always read your SEO articles i reached my target by applying your tips and suggestion. Thank a lot.

  84. Hi Neil Patel, I have read so many post from you at quicksprout and other websites. I know you name since 2012 hearing it everywhere. Thank you, I enjoy reading you posts and they are very helpful.

    • You’re welcome Yaseer. I hope you’ve been able to learn and apply all things you’ve learned over the years 🙂

  85. Abdul Razzaq :

    Neil no doubt your post are helpful those who have blog or website. This is very good opportunity to learn from you. Thanks you because i find the solution how to get web organic traffic for my blog. Overall wonder full post/article.

  86. This is great to read. Thanks a lot, Neil.

  87. Hi Neil! My site is getting around 100,000 page views per month right now & I was seriously looking for guidance to take it to the next level. Your article has provided me with an immensely helpful advice. Thanks a lot. From now onwards, building backlinks will be my top priority.

  88. Hey
    Thanks for such a great helpful content.
    My website is made with WordPress platform.
    so please help me for growing organic traffic.
    are there any plugins available for it?
    Thanks for your support.

    • Check out this post Nimish

  89. BoxingOnlineStream :

    Thanks for sharing interesting post Neil Patel. Makes a lot of sense to reuse the content specially if it’s already a worthwhile content. Will apply this strategy in the future. Thanks

  90. Another great article Neil! Thanks for your valuable information. I can’t confirm that my rankings increased since I’ve started following your guides. Keep it up

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  93. they say no-follow links do not count but guess what! Wikipedia refers to one of my articles and now it ranks well by google. (google sends visitors to that exact page).

  94. This is amazing as ever Neil. Always followed your content for my website:

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