Hello! It’s been a minute (or over six months) since we’ve published new content, so I wanted to jump on with an update. Watch the video below, or scroll down for more.
While we haven’t been publishing new content, we have been updating a lot of our older content. It’s so important to do that to make sure that your content is continuing to deliver value to your audience. Remember to keep an eye on your older content, especially if you see posts generating traffic or you plan to share an older post on social media. Revisit the post to see if it needs updated to continue to be relevant.
Part of the reason we’ve been focusing on updating our older content is one of our goals for 2020—to focus more on distribution while reusing and repurposing our content. It’s time-consuming to create quality content, so we wanted to focus on the distribution and promotion of our content even more, which we accomplished. So, we’ve been going back and resharing a lot of older content, which is still relevant, or updating it in order to still be relevant.
You can share older content in its entirety or take individual tips out of it to share. For example, pull a key point out of a blog article to tweet to your community or share in an Instagram Story. This tactic will allow you to continue to promote and share your content long after you initially create it.
Updating older content on your blog will help your search engine optimization (SEO) efforts, too. Refreshing older articles and posts will draw search engine crawlers to your site.
We are going to publish new content on the CCC blog while continuing to update our older content. Catch all of our new posts by subscribing via the signup box on top of the sidebar on the righthand side of the screen. Scroll down the sidebar to check out recent posts, popular content, categories and keywords. The latter two options will help you find content on a specific topic in addition to the search box in the top righthand corner.
As we create new content, we’d love to hear from you. What topics would you like covered in marketing, writing, social media or small business/entrepreneurship? Maybe you’d like to see a fresh take on a topic we covered previously, or you may be interested in something new. Comment on this post or contact us with topics you’d like to see!
We’re also looking for guest bloggers. We would love to hear your ideas on marketing, writing or social media-related posts, or you could share your small business or entrepreneurial experience for our audience. Reach out, so we can share your story!
Thanks for stopping by. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
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