Sorry But Content Is Not King!


Content is not King Sorry But Content Is Not King!

I bet you gasped when you read the title of this post. The reason why you probably gasped is because you’ve heard everywhere that content is king. But I’m going to share with you today the reason why content is not King per say.

As we all know already that Google doesn’t only just use seo when it comes to ranking a piece of content. There are many other factors that Google uses such as backlinks, content quality, outbound links etc.  So we already know that content alone will not guarantee high rankings in search engines.


I was reading a post the other day of a lady who said that she started her blog at the beginning of this year. She wrote 30 articles and all she received were a handful of hits per day and one or two comments on a few of her articles.

She was devastated and felt very deflated because she thought that if she wrote quality content ,she would somehow get thousands of visitors per day and the search engines would love her. But she found out that this simply was not the case, she found out that content is not King.


What is king then?

Now I’m going to reveal to you what really is king even if you have rubbish content. When it comes to the Internet there are a few Kings that if you can use them individually, you will get far more results.

Traffic and promotion are the real kings of the Internet. If you know how to use these two Kings you don’t even need to play by Google’s rules.

You can have the best content in the world but if you don’t know how to promote it, then you’re dead in the water. A website without traffic is as bad as a piece of content without any traffic.

We all know the analogy of an advert on the moon, there’s no point because no one will see it.  This is the same thing when it comes to content.


What do I do with my content then?

There are a few things you need to consider when writing a new piece of content

  • How you’re going to promote it?
  • How are you going to get your content out there to the masses?

If you cannot answer these two simple questions then you are probably just wasting your time writing the content. Don’t get me wrong, Google will index your content and you may get a few organic visitors to your website but this alone is not good enough.

You need to have a traffic and promotion strategy if you want to get the most out of every piece of content that you write.


Traffic strategy

There are a few things you can do to promote your content for maximum impact and I’m going to share a few with you.

If you have WordPress then it makes promoting your content that much easier but if you haven’t,  it doesn’t matter because you can use the same methods.


1#Ping Your Article

This is easy. You can just use PingGoat or pingomatic or those of you who have WordPress you can go to settings, click on writing at the bottom under “update services”. Then simply open the link then copy and paste the URLs that are in the text file here.

Pinging your article has great benefits because it tells all of the search engines that you have new content which causes them to come over and index it. Google is quick at this but other search engines are slow so in essence, you are telling them you have fresh content for them to spider.



This is an old method to all the old school marketers but do not underestimate its power because every article has the potential to go viral.

The best way to bookmark your article is by using only wire or ping FM or both, that way you can submit your article to over 50 different social media sites with a click of a button. If you have WordPress, only wire has a plug-in that bookmarks your article automatically.


3#Get CommentLuv

This is only going to work if you have a WordPress or BlogSpot blog. What you have to do is comment on high PR websites like and others. I have a massive list of CommentLuv enabled blogs click here.  You can get vast amounts of traffic to your article by using CommentLuv and I recommend buying the premium version.


4#Manual Commenting

This is exactly the same as the previous point; just manually comment on these highly trafficked or high PR blogs. There are two things you must do, one is to have a Gravatar and the other is to make sure your comments are sensible because we all know spamming does not work.


5#Ask people to share your content

Make sure that you ask people to share your content. It does not hurt to ask your visitors to share your content via twitter, Facebook and other social networks. You can also ask them to comment on your article.

Most people do not want to be the first person to leave a comment on your blog post so to encourage your visitors to leave a comment you can write down a few comments yourself. If you do this people will be more likely to leave a comment.


In closing

I have only covered a few traffic generation methods; the reason for this is because I have created some powerful traffic generation articles within this site.  If you would like to read more traffic generation strategies you can click here.

If you found this article useful please share it and leave a comment.  Thank you for your support.

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80 Responses

  1. Well, you made some very valid points. And it is true, for a quality content to receive its well-deserved traffic we have to market it by doing RSS feeds, Social Media, SEO, Article directories etc. Great content alone is not enough to get the traffic that we all so desire, our work doesn’t stop there. At least until we get a very healthy amount of loyal readers that will visit our content no matter what which we develop by marketing our articles. :)
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    • Robert says:

      Loyal readers is the key, If you can get enough of them on your site The promotion becomes so much easier because as soon as you write a new post people read it in and comment on within hours.

  2. Justin from Personal Growth says:

    Hi Robert,
    I have to agree with you that content is not King. I know dozens of really great writers, better than me, yet they barely get any traffic or recognition.

    I use all 5 traffic strategies in your post and that is what it takes to get visitors to our blog and to also share our content with others.
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    • Robert says:

      I have read so many good posts On the various blogs and they have no comments or traffic and as you said They are better writers than me. I have even noticed that when people sell products as long as they can advertise and market the product even though the product is rubbish they still get crazy sales.
      As you are probably aware there are more than just five traffic strategies there must be at least 20.

  3. Jim Calaman says:

    Hi Robert,
    I disagree with you to some degree. With Google now reviewing sites manually, if your content is not good you will lose the rankings and the traffic. Your traffic generation ideas are good and I have had good success commenting on commentLuv sites and made some new friends.
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    • Robert says:

      hi there Jim, I would like to say that content is not King but it is a King basically meaning that it is not the only piece of the puzzle. So many people have great content and poor promotion so that great content never get seen. And you’re so right about Using CommentLuv because I have made some new friends and I have got some great back links that have pulled my site and in the pages up in rankings and PR

  4. Astro Gremlin from start a blog says:

    Content may not be king, but it’s at least a prince. :) People look for content once they get to a site, and will click around, sign up for newsletters and come back for solid content. For a straight landing page with great ad copy and an amazing video that includes shiny objects? Yeah, just doing the promotion and linkbacks to get customers in the front door is a better use of time than cranking out great articles. Great tips, Robert, and they all work. I’m a huge ComLuv fan because it makes manual commenting more fun.
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    • Robert says:

      you are definitely right about that creative that links and promotion Is more important than creating content. I’m not saying that creating content is a waste of time because obviously content is the backbone of any blog or website. It is just that people put so much emphasis on creating content they forget the other pieces of the puzzle i.e. promotion.

  5. Ryan says:

    Hello Robert,
    Bookmarking and commenting has worked great for me. A very useful resource is StumbleUpon, it’s driven traffic to my site substantially. Thanks for the tips on pinging services like pinggoat and pingomatic!

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    • Robert says:

      Remember if you have got WordPress you can just download the text file that I have in the article and that will give you 20 to 30 more pining services that WordPress will ping automatically. thank you for the comment Ryan

  6. Ryan says:

    Thanks Robert,
    This is an excellent tip!
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    • Lovely Chu says:

      Lovely post Robert. Thanks for sharing this one. Same here commenting and bookmarking did a great job with my blogs and site. Looking forward for your next posts that of great help with my small business. Thank you.

  7. I would say content is king only when a blog/website has become viral and popular, and is competing against other big guns in its niche/category.
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    • Robert says:

      I like the way you put the, I couldn’t say it better myself. But until your content or website is popular you have to promote like crazy to get seen and heard through all the noise

  8. DJ Trinity from Top New Songs says:

    Great post Robert. We put a lot of emphasis on creating engaging content, but forget the storytelling aspect. I love your mention of Nancy Duarte, a masterful storyteller and author of one of my favorite books about storytelling, “Resonate.”

    It’s not enough to provide content, but to move your audience’s hearts and minds (and often, wallets) towards your goals, whether that be to buy a product, join a cause, or change the way they do something.

    I think you could substitute “storytelling” for “communication” in this piece and it says the same thing – when the audience can see themselves in your story, the need to persuade disappears. Provide them with great content, of course, but help them see their role in your story and empower them to act.
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    • Robert says:

      Hi DJ, storytelling is powerful the reason why I try to use storytelling in some of my posts is because my friend is The” Toastmasters Speaking champion 2011 for UK” and he’s been teaching me a lot about storytelling And how storytelling helps you to engage the audience or your readers. So like you said “when the audience can see themselves in your story the need to persuade disappears” this is so true and is something that every writer or speaker needs to incorporate When creating content.

  9. Mitz from Wordpress Website says:

    Hi Robert
    You are right the title did get me in… I came here through your commentluv link…LOL

    Anyway I agree that Content is not totally king… without promotion, content is nothing if no one sees it…

    I personally believe that blogging involves the whole package because promotion and traffic is no good if your content is not good or does not match the promotion.
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    • Robert says:

      Hi Mitz – I used your “#3. Test your blog titles” from your blog post “5 Tips for Catching Clicks on CommentLuv Links” ha-ha so I guess your tip worked.

      I agree with you 100% that you need Promotion, traffic and good content is key and if anyone of them is missing then cake is not complete.

      Thanks for popping over to my blog (“,)

  10. Sayed says:

    Hey Robert, thanks for the great strategies, I think your absolutely right about content not being King.

    Before I created my blog I had a forums websites about a very popular online game (World of Warcraft) I knew everything about the game as I was playing it for over 7 years. So I thought If I put what I know into a website especially a forum type site, I would get lots of traffic and that can lead to creating an income online.

    I didn’t get 1 single person to even sign up on the forums…..not 1. I quit and when I came back I made a blog. I started to create quality content and saw nothing, only after I joined social media networks and created a twitter and Facebook account that I saw people started to visit and comment.

    In the end, it’s not how good your content is, its how good you sell(promote) it! Of course if you combine both high quality content and the ability to promote it right, then you’ve got a super blog/site.

    Thanks for sharing with us Robert. :)
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    • Robert says:

      Hello Sayed, Everyone always talks about contents being King but no one ever speaks about promotion and traffic Generation Being King. And I see that you have witnessed this first-hand because having forum or blog with good content and no traffic is no good. You need to have all the pieces of the puzzle to succeed in anything online. Thanks the sharing story about your forum and blog and how you cracked the traffic egg.

  11. Alan Almonte says:

    Well like you wrote there are more kings and you need all of them to make results. Quality content + proper promotion thats the secret formula.. at least for me :)

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  12. You are right the title did get me in… I came here through your commentluv link…Anyway I agree that Content is not totally king… without promotion, content is nothing if no one sees it…

    • Robert says:

      first comment, that’s The whole point of this article to explain that content is king. A lot of people online Especially newbies think that content is the be all and end all and with it they think it guarantees high rankings in search engines which is totally untrue

  13. PSD TO HTML says:

    All the points which you have considered Robert are really effective but I think content is really very important.

    • Robert says:

      content is very important and quality content is even more important but like you know without any visitors for traffic the content can become worthless and end up in the pile of Good but unread articles. As long as you have a traffic strategy to get visitors to read your article Your blog will have great success.

  14. Sarah says:

    I would have to disagree with you. A well-optimized blog post on a well-optimized site can be successful with minimal promotion. We have proven this time and time again on our blog at and I can provide examples if you’d like.
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    • Robert says:

      Hi there Sarah, a well optimised blog post on your site will rank very well because your site is a PR4 with 32,000 back links spread over 2000 pages which equates to 16 back links per page. A lot of those back links are from PR6 – PR3 websites So your blog is very well established and in the eyes of Google An authority so no wonder why your articles rank so well.

      Fancy link exchange :)

  15. Harriet says:

    This is a really interesting view. You always read that ‘content is king’ in lots of blogs about this kind of thing.

    My own personal view is that content is very important but that unless you have traffic your content can go to waste!
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    • Robert says:

      Hey there Harriet thank for contributing to the conversation. There are so many different phrases that are buzzing around the internet world and “Content Is King” is one of them. So many webmasters focus on the content but never think about the other areas like traffic generation which is the blood of a website.

  16. Kevin from Meridian Real Estate says:

    I definitely agree… I have seen fantastic sites with well written content languish without traffic and die off because they are never seen. Good content is the starting point but there is far more to a successful site.
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  17. Quality Content is very important but it is demoralizing if you can’t find an audience to appreciate it. Social Media, backlinking, and networking are all important because without discovery quality content just sits unused.
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    • Robert says:

      Hi Justin thanks for the comment. you are so right, I have seen some powerful content on blogs and it has no comments no backlinks and no intrest. so when you say “without discovery quality content just sits unused.” you hit nail on the head and basically sum up my article quite nicley. :)

  18. Tezuka says:

    Something might have gotten wrong in your article, because where you say you have a list of comment-luv enabled blogs, “click here” is not even clickable, meaning, you must have forgotten the link itself to that list…. Correct me if I’m wrong.
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    • Robert says:

      Thnaks for that Tezuka I will fix it now… Email me your website and two keywords and I will create you 50 profile links PR 7-2

  19. I too have to disagree with you here. Content is still king, but the point is, that people need to be made aware that the king exists. It’s no good doing all the social media work and traffic generation, if there’s nothing on your site. Without good content, you are ultimately nothing. For me, content is king and maybe traffic generation is his queen.
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    • Robert says:

      I get we’re coming from Dave By like what Morgan said you need to balance out the two. For me I think traffic and content are as important as each other but if I had to choose I would choose traffic because you can drive traffic to Offers and other affiliate products.

  20. Morgan says:

    Hi Robert,

    I think it should be a good mix of things – good content and traffic. If you have the traffic but horrible content, then people aren’t going to want to stick around. These are some great ways to get traffic that I use on a consistent basis, StumbleUpon & BlogEngage are my especially favorite bookmarking/directory sites.

    Thanks for the article!
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    • Robert says:

      Hi there Morgan, you are right you do need a good blend of traffic and good content because if you have more than one and less of the other is Going to be a problem. I use StumbleUpon & BlogEngage, BlogEngage has got a great Community

  21. Paul Salmon says:

    I have to disagree with you a little on the content is not king idea. While I agree that traffic and promotion are very important, I won’t rate them higher than content. Why? Simple.

    Traffic and promotion are completely dependent on content. You can attract visitors without providing something to them – content. You can’t promote something that doesn’t exist, so you must promote your content – regardless of what that content is.

    Content is not dependent on traffic or promotion. You don’t need either to write good unique content, but you need content to attract traffic and to promote something. Without content you simply have a blank web page, and who wants to visit a blank page?

    Other than that, I do agree with your promotion techniques, and have had some success myself by utilizing those same techniques.
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  22. Mike says:

    Very valuable insights that cause me to think of traffic promotion in a different way. I will need to check out some of the recommendations but seems very experienced bases.

    • Robert says:

      Hello Mike thank you for your comment, Definitely try out the traffic generation strategies that Are in this article because they really do work. All you have to do is take action and you will see results.

  23. Susan from Palmdale homes for sale says:

    Hey Robert. It’s so nice to see someone say that content is not king. It should be, but if nobody sees it, why bother? I like your technique on getting people to comment by commenting first. Once they do, do you usually delete your own comments?

  24. Shona says:

    Thank you for the list of URLs for pinging; in all honesty, I never even considered it — nor did I think it was still important to do. I updated my backend accordingly. Thanks again!

  25. Absolutely the traffic and the promotion is the real king but its only the content which can engage the visitors.

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  26. Noella2 says:

    Thanks for this useful information, I thought just like the lady you wrote about at the beginning of this article but now I know better. Thanks again.
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  27. Synfidie says:

    One question..can’t you get in trouble for “pinging” too much? I’m not sure what “trouble” that would i can’t see the Google police showing up at my door..but still…
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    • Robert says:

      Thanks for dropping by Synfidie – You can ping as much as you want because you are only Pinging individual services. Remember don’t get pinging mixed up with spamming because if you spam you will definitely get the Google police at your doorstep (“,)

  28. Dennis Marshall from Start a blog says:

    Great post Rob.. I was looking at my plugins on my blog today and said it’s time i setup OnlyWire. I had it on my last blog and I think it’s big part of the reason why my old blog gets 400 plus views per day and i haven’t updated it in months.

    Definitely have to set that up..

    Yea this is something I stress a lot. You can have the best content in the world but if no one sees it, you’ve wasted your time…
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    • Robert says:

      thanks for dropping by Dennis you got great blog by the way, OnlyWire is a great tool and I believe that every WordPress ownership use it. is another service I use together with OnlyWire. We need to utilise every Automation tool so that as soon as we press publish on our posts WordPress automatically bookmarks & pings.

  29. Ferb says:

    This is great post. you thoroughly explained it why conten is not king similar than Mitz.

    I wrote about 10posts on my blog but there are only few comments on it. Hopefully it will increase after I’m try these tip.

    “Content is King” actually has variety means of it. You mean it no one is care about new post and comment on it. I’m standing for different mean of it, if I’m write nothing new on site, then visitor can only wait

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    • Robert says:

      Hey there Ferb you have got some great articles on your website. The same thing happened to me I had around 10 articles with no comments on them, it was a little bit disheartening. What you have to do is get stuck into guest blogging believe me it does work. Also commenting on other people’s blogs using CommentLuv works good as well but make sure you use a catchy headline.

      I read Mitz article and I think it’s great she comes from a slightly different angle but with a lot more information. If you look In the comments you will find that Mitz Left comment. make sure you read it because you will find out that I got her attention by using a “catchy title” when I commented on one of her blog post back in november.

  30. new york seo says:

    You make me out from the illusion of Quality contents.Thanks for this.You are right the traffic and the promotion is the king..Convincing post Rob. ;-)
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    • Robert says:

      traffic is always the key and without it doesn’t matter how good your content or website is because nobody would know it even exists.

  31. Abhi Balani says:

    Hello, Robert. Nice to see you here. When I saw the article title on famousbloggers, the first thing which came in my mind was, “yeah right”. I say this always in my article. Blogging is not about just writing and publishing. There are a lot more factors on which blogging is dependent.
    Useful content is useless when there is no one to read.

    Very nice post.
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    • Robert says:

      Thank you for stopping by Abhi. it is like people Emphasise so much on Fresh and unique content that they forget all the other ingredients needed for the content To be truly successful i.e. traffic.

  32. Michael from Real Estate Carolina says:

    I honestly believe it is just a matter of time before Google removes all signals to back links and starts judging SOLELY on Quality Content and Sites are active and engaging people.

    Some people say Google’s emphasis on back links has fueled massive spamming.

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    • Robert says:

      I totally agree view Michael because Google are constantly changing way that they rank websites and score content. If they was to not use back links as a Metric to rank websites lots of these back linking services will go out business overnight.

      Google seem to be using more or different things to determine where your website should rank.

      I believe that social engagement is currently one of the major ways Google scores websites in a future

  33. SEO says:

    One of the most important factors of any successful small business SEO campaign comes in the form of a tandem that must be ever present – content and linking. Only unique content is king.

  34. Hafeez Ansari from psd to html says:

    Very good write-up. I absolutely love this site. Keep it up!
    Thank you for sharing :)
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  35. Yoginder says:

    the only thing is that ..content is not king !! because design,structure,visitor,social ,and other things matter alot.that;s why

    here is my website
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  36. Terisa says:

    If you ask people to share your content that would look like a spam. It is better to let them share your content naturally. You are writing content not to convince them to be read by others through sharing, but letting them informed and giving nice and usable information that is worth to share.
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  37. 247realtors says:

    Very Good articles about content is not a king. keep it up……..Thank you for sharing.

  38. Lee says:

    Hi more great info here. Especially about pinging. As you can guess I am new to the game and wasn’t really sure what pinging content was all about. I will admit I am still not100% clear. But I am definatly going to start doing it.

    So for more great info thanks lee
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  39. aufa says:

    I totally agree, content is not always be the king. Good blog with a bad traffic is nothing. Thanks for your quality article, love to read. I’ve been your subscriber now
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  40. Lee says:

    Thanks Robert you are right what is the point of writing something that is fantastic if no one is ever going to read it. Since I left my other comment I have sorted out pinging works great

    Thanks for info lee
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  41. Paul Flood says:

    Hey Robert,

    Thanks for the great information. I think another important item is consistency and systematizing your efforts. The tools you mention above are great for having a system to distribute content

    If we’re going to take the time to write the material, it makes a whole lot of sense to be sure the target market will see it!

    I found you by googling “internet marketing + commentluv” and you appeared at number 3 so your content and traffic strategies got my attention. I’m now sharing your materials because of the content and value.
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  42. Bagaimana says:

    Good blog should need good traffic. Quality content is a must but traffic generation need to be applied.
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  43. henry says:

    You cant take it way from good content… google cant do with out you once you do good content and it pays more when your traffic comes organically… another thing is visitors tends to comeback when the gets good info
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  44. Jason from stone age diet says:

    I actually read this article and agree. As a test I have created blogs that are nothing but copy and pasting from my main site’s content and backlinks, etc and those site rank higher than my original content site!
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  45. Nate from new houses in spokane says:

    Before, it was spread that content is the king of the internet. And now after all the Google updates, Content is out of the picture already and was not of the top of the game anymore.

  46. Lee says:

    This article has been really interesting reading I am afraid though I am still not 100percent sure exactly what is going on at the moment on the net so am just going about quietly and keeping an eye on things.

    Thanks for info lee
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  47. Moody Baba says:

    I do agree with you that content can be king only if it’s promoted properly. Sensible informative post. I liked it.
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  48. mahadi1971 says:

    Thanks for the great information. I think another important item is consistency and systematizing your efforts. The tools you mention above are great for having a system to distribute content. I do agree with you that content can be king only if it’s promoted properly.
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  49. Chetan Gupta says:

    Hi Robert
    I am also appreciate with you that content is not always king.
    I always loved to read your blog posts as it is always well described and easy to understand.
    This is really a unique topic. Thanks for sharing this post. :)
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  50. Very interesting article. Content has been written in very nice manner. I enjoy reading this kind of stuff. Thanks for sharing good knowledge.
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