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Jennifer Slegg 26 Apr 16
The same applies to comments on blog posts, correct? Esp since we do see content in comments ranking (and helps show authority).
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Gary "鯨理" Illyes
yep. In general if we see that there's a healthy, thriving community on a site, that can help a lot
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Jennifer Slegg 26 Apr 16
Replying to @methode
Are there any other SEO ranking benefits for comments / thriving community beyond "quality content" aspect?
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Gary "鯨理" Illyes 26 Apr 16
Replying to @jenstar
it feeds into general quality. Say, there's good content, 5 points, great links from great pages, 2 points, thriving community, 1pt
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Jennifer Slegg 26 Apr 16
Replying to @methode
Thank you :D
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Ammon Johns♞ 27 Apr 16
Replying to @methode @jenstar
So, what we've said about USG still being content on a page, to be judged as content, is still the short version?
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Gary "鯨理" Illyes 27 Apr 16
Replying to @Ammon_Johns @jenstar
it is content, but a healthy community is also an indicator for quality (add yes, spam comments are still not good)
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Ammon Johns♞ 27 Apr 16
Replying to @methode @jenstar
and 50 comments of "Great post" will add to perceived quality, or simply make the filesize bigger? :)
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🍌 John 🍌 27 Apr 16
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Jennifer Slegg 27 Apr 16
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Richard🦜 27 Apr 16
Replying to @methode @jenstar
Is there a negative impact to site pushing content without any community involvement?
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Gary "鯨理" Illyes 27 Apr 16
Replying to @Rick_BarK @jenstar
nothing I can think of
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Trey Collier 26 Apr 16
Replying to @methode @jenstar
And Sir Gary answered my beliefs
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