Cleaning Up Old Blog Posts
Ask Yoast: How to clean up old blog posts • Yoast
It’s important to clean up the content of your site and blog regularly.
If you’ve been blogging for a while and the amount of content on your blog has grown substantially, it can be quite an overwhelming task though.
At firstname.lastname@example.org we received a question from Ben Anderson about a good process for a spring cleaning of a large blog with some overdue maintenance…More at http://yoast.com
Should You Delete Old Blog Posts?
Do you delete old blog posts?
There seems to be a resounding chorus among the people I run with online:
Get rid of those crappy old blog posts that no longer serve your audience!
While I’m never one to take things at face value – I might also have a hard time taking blogging advice. A bit prideful, perhaps…More at http://louisem.com
Can Deleting Old Blog Posts Improve Your Rankings?
The modern Google algorithms are very different today than they were five or six or seven years ago.
The major paradigm shift came in 2011, but despite a lack of major earth-shattering updates since, the bar has been moved time and time again.
What was satisfactory once is barely clearing the bar now, and what barely cleared the bar now wouldn’t pass muster today…More at http://seoblog.com
The Content Audit: How to Clean Up Your Blog in 2019 – Overthink Group
Does the thought of going through all your old blog posts to organize or optimize them give you hives?
If so, you’re not alone.
Most blogs are in disarray. But the good news is that taming a wild, overgrown blog doesn’t have to be as scary as it sounds.
Your blog may feel like a messy, neglected shed: it’s full of useful tools and materials, but you hate going in there…More at http://overthinkgroup.com
Why Deleting Old Blog Posts Helped My Website Grow | HuffPost
Content marketing and SEO has evolved quite a bit over the past few years. Google released algorithm updates to improve their search quality, but quality content is still one of the most important factors (if not the most important factor) that they use to judge a website.
Unfortunately, what is considered “quality content” has changed drastically, especially over the past two years.
If you’ve been doing content marketing for a while, you’ll know that 500 word articles used to be the ideal length of an article on your website…More at http://huffingtonpost.com