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Updated by Nick Kellet on Apr 24, 2016
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FIVE KEY Questions You Need to Ask About Listly #EQlist

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Can a listly list increase in value over time?

Can a listly list increase in value over time?

Imagine creating a post in listly? Voting and commenting on every line item, whenever added context comes to light. A growing list remains or increases in value to the author, readers and contributors. They remain connected. You know where and how people are engaged and sharing.

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Why do I need to embed lists?

Why do I need to embed lists?

Do you want more traffic directed to your blog?
Will your lists be seen both on listly and also when embedded on your blog?
What about when others embed your list on their blogs?
Imagine how your reach is extended when people vote, comment and contribute to your list wherever it is embedded!
Promote others by embedding their list on your blog.

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Why link to other people's content and collaborate?

Why link to other people's content and collaborate?

Linking is a way of getting noticed and facilitating engagement. Engagement breeds trust.
Collaboration breeds social proof. Social proof is credibility. All this via the curation of your and other’s content, building bridges for future collaboration on listly; and adding context explaining why a list is interesting and valuable to your readers keeps everything in perpetual motion!

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Why do I need an evolving, live list?

Why do I need an evolving, live list?

Search engines love to devour fresh content, and it's not just about date stamps. Search engines love to discover new content, giving them an excuse to re-index and re-rank your pages.
It's not just search engines that love accurate, recently updated content, so do your readers and contributors. People can see all the people that have contributed, leaving a trust stamp on your list or listly post.

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Why do I need lists?

Why do I need lists?

Is writing and reading content in the form of a list faster and more effective?
Are we skimmers and do lists make our content easy to skim; so everyone can find what they need when they need it?
Is this a way to keep the best information from getting buried inside a dense paragraph?
Are lists simply more digestible and more sharable?