Weaving In and Out of the Loopholes

Last Update: September 18, 2018

CONTENT OF SUBSTANCE.

In reading the "fine print" of a business, your site visitor will gain interest and information in the "details." Their judgement of your topic and the information sited is pertinent in establishing trust --- leading to conversions.

In this respect, we should not try to "game" the system, but speak to the best of our ability in regard to relaying content of substance.

DOCUMENTING YOUR DATA.

When writing content that is worth its weight in gold, we need to do our research. In "reviewing"
and understanding "how to" do something, we must first know everything there is to know about it, use it to some capacity and experiment. We must WEAVE IN AND OUT OF THE LOOPHOLES in order to give our readers truthful and honest facts---taking it serious.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?

A loophole is a flaw or ambiguity (uncertainty) in a system, or in this context, the cons of a product or service. It is a narrow range of positive espression using negative details. Originally, a loophole referred to an arrowslit, which was a tall narrow window in a wall used by an archer to shoot arrows through.


Loopsholes, address certain issues that need to be regarded in making important decisions. So, if we can clearly state these gaps, whether or not they will hold weight in our Reviews, our customers will develop clearer substance in the article.

IN CONCLUSION.

Writing honest and complete Reviews and How Tos will allow repeat traffic to your site. Weaving in and out of the various loopholes of a product or service will completely define its value. Simply do your research, state all the facts and don't waver or hesitate when defining the negative traits. After all, when doing this, it just may lead to the sale you were hoping for!

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Erin :)!

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Calvinator63 Premium
Great insight Erin,

An added bonus to even a negative product review.

Just because you did not care for the products other might still want it, so it is a good idea to provide a link to even the negative products as well.

Being a smart business owner does not mean we can not profit form things we do not endorse.

Great blog as always,
Calvin
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herinnelson Premium
Absolutely, Calvin! Perfectly stated! Thank you for your take on this, and for coming by!!

Erin :)!
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accad Premium
You've said it all. How can I apply this to my posts which are mostly hymns and they are so short with no explanation.
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Calvinator63 Premium
Hey Jimmy,

What if you put more than one item per page so that you can get the word count for better rankings, just make sure to keep your affiliate links to a minimum for each page.

Maybe put 3 or 4 on the same page, would that give your a 1,000 words per post then?

Hope this helps,

Calvin
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accad Premium
That can be done Calvin, however, hymns have different titles. If I put 3 in one post if they type the title in search engines it will not be found. Do I make sense?
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herinnelson Premium
Great advice, Calvin!
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herinnelson Premium
Calvin gave some good advice. Double up on your articles for higher rankings. Also, my post is mainly for reviews and "how to" articles for products and services. Are you selling or promoting hymns?
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accad Premium
The hymns are basically for people on the internet that they can access if they need it for their liturgies. I want to help them avail of these if ever they have no hymnals of their own.
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herinnelson Premium
Calvin makes a great point, but I see what you mean, Jimmy. Hymns should be separate entities, as they should reflect different callings. What you could do is present the hymn and then below it, expand on its meaning to you. Reflect on each hymn to bring a special and deeper feeling to its presentation. That would increase your word count and bring some personalization to each interpretation.
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accad Premium
Thank you, I like the idea. I think that's the best thing to do.
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Calvinator63 Premium
Something else Jimmy,

Why couldn't you also add in any personal events or memorable situations that have happened to you concerning or revolving around the hymn.

Like:

I remember this one Sunday afternoon after sermon at the church picnic in our local city park, we were all starting to gather and one of the choir members broke out and started to sing this hymn she was singing it so loudly that it moved the congregation so much that by the second verse everyone had joined in. And so on and so on.

Maybe these inspirational moments could inspire others to attempt to duplicate the praising power or effect of the hymn.

Many ways to add more content,

Calvin
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accad Premium
I like that Calvin it makes it more powerful and meaningful.
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herinnelson Premium
Great story, Calvin! I have quite a few of them myself. I totally agree--personal story experiences will draw people in. They will eat it up! Great insight for Rev. Jimmy!
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DonnieK2 Premium
Thank you for this post, some items I need to address/correct on my end.
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herinnelson Premium
Happy to offer you some guidance, Donnie!

Erin :)!
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firstlearn Premium
Thank you for the advice Erin.

Derek
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herinnelson Premium
It gives me the utmost pleasure, Derek!

Erin :)!
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RogerHumbke Premium
Great metaphoric story about how to use medieval architecture to get a pertinent point across. I can tell already I will remember this concept and your name, because of your metaphor.
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herinnelson Premium
Thank you, humbly, Roger! I love picking apart words to get points across! It also makes for great learning, and a good use of unique keywords for Google ranking! The word loophole just kind of popped into my head! Ha, ha! I love connecting with good thinkers as yourself!

Erin :)!
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