Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Update Web Pages for Better Rankings and Increased Traffic
Revisions for Improving Your Content. Re-reading your content may reveal grammatical and style errors. Correcting these will make for higher quality content and better reading. This will make it more likely that people will read your content. There is always room for improvement. As a boy, I used to walk along the railroad tracks picking "dewberries," a diminutive blackberry that grows wild in a part of rural East Texas. Dewberries make a great cobbler desert. I would pick in one direction and return along the same side of the bush and find more berries that I missed. Re-reading your web posts is very much like this, you always find new berries when you return to the same place and view it at a different time.
Keywords. You can use Google Adsense or Market Samurai to inspect the keywords for your site. There is also the possibility that you may want to add more keywords or change the SEO focus of the article to a new set of keywords. I did that recently on a health article, which was perfectly good as far as content goes, but it was lacking in keywords that people use in their searches. Now that it has been changed, it is more likely to be found and read.
For more specific tips on updating web pages, I recommend that you visit this Hub Pages article: Updating Your Hubs to Increase Traffic. Other tips that are included on this site include updating your keywords, changing the title, adding new content to reflect the new keywords and title, and fixing broken links.
So, my advice to all is to tend your garden of web posts. There are several advantages to updating your web pages and your efforts will very likely that grow your web traffic because of your efforts to make your content current, more readable and more relevant.