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5 replies, 4 voices Last updated by  Paul Bola 1 year, 9 months ago
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  • #387

    LayGiri
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    @LayGiri

    I have wondered for a while why more websites aren’t taking advantage of pagination on blog posts to increase the pageviews from social medial traffic.

    I would like to hear directly from you on why you personally do not paginate on your blog. is it too annoying? Or you simply do not know how to set it up?

    #390

    Kuretta
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    @Kuretta

    I’m sorry but the pagination thing is a bit annoying in my opinion. Like I visit some websites and have to scroll 10 pages for information that I could get in a list of 10 lines. Seems a tad too much and usually when I see that I just go elsewhere. My 2cents.

    #395

    Victor
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    @Victor

    Exactly! I agree with @kuretta. It is very annoying and I believe not too good for user experience. I hate visiting a site via a link from twitter only to find out that its filled with few content and many next buttons :negative: :negative: :negative:

    #396

    LayGiri
    Keymaster
    @LayGiri

    Ha @victor but this is a fundamental method for publishers to increase page views and maybe get more ad clicks without gaming the system. I do agree that it can be annoying when the content is thin but this thing works ooo… :-( :-( :-(

    #397

    Kuretta
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    @Kuretta

    @laygiri Thin content, large content, in-between content… Annoying is annoying! :negative: :negative: :negative: :negative:

    #691

    Paul Bola
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    @paulbola

    pagination is something like a govt. policy. Black hat marketer try to find other way to pass and get google benefits without following rules.

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