Reposting is to put up an article, link, image, etc to an online location, such as a blog or social media network, for a second or further time. “Content is the king” is a saying that has been approved by every booming blogger across the web for long. So practiced, that there’s a definite surplus in content. As subject matter continues to flood the internet at an growing rate, users continue to only consume so much of it. This makes a crisis-or opportunity, banking on how you view at it-with blogging policy. In an attempt to stay at the surface in such a competitive scenario, writers are handling out content at a rate that takes away from the quality of their posts and contributes to the excess information put out there for viewers. The effort of content production can be subsidized with reposting old blog content-an effort that can radically boost your site’s traffic, make compliant content readily existing for your audience, and make your writing go on longer. Content takes time to turn out, so you might as well compress as much as you can. Part of doing that means reposting previous posts, specifically the content that has function better. A very tiny proportion of high-performing posts breed the majority of traffic for your site. With the information that the greater part of blog views are coming from a handful of your previous, most flourishing l blogs rather than the new material you’re trying to finish, you can plan your next step: capitalizing on things you’ve already written by reposting old blog content. How to Do It
- Get started by classifying your best posts (most blogging platforms and sites have this information on hand when you log in through the back end). Look for what’s called “forever” content-pieces that remain relevant and novel in concept for users, even though time has passed since it was initially posted.
- Update the content. Stay on topic with what the post is about, but updates pictures, put in a little more information, or add a new paragraph.
- Calculate your keywords. Did you miss any the first time? Can you add a little to the content to include some new search words?
- Don’t alter the URL, but refresh the time mark to reproduce the present date.