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Yes, I try to always pay attention to my top 10 (and sometimes top 20) posts. I will definitely link back to them and occasionally I will add in som new info and try to optimize a bit more.
Also, my top posts tend to also get comments from customers every once in a while.
Debbie Reynolds, C21 P...
I wanted to update/ repost some of my older posts and delete originals ( some of those posts look terrible now, some pictures are missing, links don't work), but now AR make new changed and I don't know if deleting old posts I'll loose points....?? I'm thinking to update/repost and keep those originals 'for members only' :)
Andrew Mooers great question - I am not doing it, but now I think, I should.
Yes I do Andrew. If I have time I update it and then throw a link into Google+ and it usually continues to gain being viewed
Andrew, I should but I don't. Thanks for this push to put it on my to-do list.
Yes, a refresh is needed from time to time.
I should, but really haven't. Somehow always busy with doing a new post.
Thanks for the reminder. This is on my never ending to do list, I need to move it up closer to the top of the list.
Now that the scoring system is improved on AR and we won't lose the post or get penalized I do intend to do that. There are many posts that need freshening and Google loves fresh content. I need to check my links too and add new market data.
I do re-post some of my old blogs. However, they do not qualify for high volume status. I am not in that league.
No, I do not. For me, it is like going back to the past, useless. Each time I broach a subject I become better and clearer at saying the same thing, we are all getting beter, like fine wine in my opinion. A