Refreshing Your Online Content                                                         1When a deep page shows upit signal...
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Refreshing Your Online Content [Process]

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Deep content is the key to the long tail. Make sure you refresh your content when it shows up in your real-time analytics. More information from John McElhenney at http://uber.la

The complete post is here: http://uber.la/2012/03/refresh-process/

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  • This content presented by John McElhenney on 3-20-12. For more go to http://uber.la.
  • Refreshing Your Online Content [Process]

    1. 1. Refreshing Your Online Content 1When a deep page shows upit signals REFRESH TIME. 2 3Steps to Refresh Your Content w/o Editing1. Date: Should we remove the dates all together? Or maybe just refresh and repost. 42. Categories: Are there any new ones to add?3. Socialization: Changing the publish date would kill any built up Tweets or Likes. Not a problem 5 on this post.4. Signature Update: Mine now adds G+ and no more bitly permalinks.5. Related Posts: It’s always a good idea to have 6 related content to encourage deeper reading.6. Tags: Tags are used by spiders and visitors. Can we expand or eliminate some tags? presented by John McElhenney 3-20-12 www.uber.la john.mcelhenney@gmail.comcc: share and attribute
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