DO LESS. MAKE MORE.
Is your published work still working for you? In six simple steps, get more traffic, decreased bounce rates, higher engagement and yes: MORE MONEY! All from things you've already done.
Reoptimize and Republish for Results
Re-optimizing and sometimes even re-publishing old content on your blog or website can make it new again, resulting in more traffic, decreased bounce rates, higher engagement and — ta da! — more impact with less work.
These six steps can work for blogs of all niches, audience sizes, posting frequency and more. They’re easy (and fun!) to follow and they WORK.
How do I know?
One of the things I’ve always done with my personal blog is use it as a sandbox. It’s a place where I can test out new design and development concepts, experiment with social media and content strategies before using them with clients, and where I can try and FAIL at things that seem like good ideas…but aren’t.
I've tested and refined these techniques on my own websites and client websites to find the sweet spot and now, I'm sharing everything I've learned with you in my new digital download ebook.
What are people saying?
I discovered the Make Your Old Content New Again eBook through the Genius Blogger’s Toolkit. Before I discovered this book, my old content was just sitting there and very few people visited those pages. I didn’t know how to attract more people to content I had written over a year ago. This book was just what I needed to bring life back to my old content. After I implemented the strategies Katy talks about in this book, I checked my Google Analytics and I was surprised to see that more than 100 people had visited a specific blog post in one day. This is all thanks to the strategies outlined in Katy's book. Katy does a fantastic job explaining how to use Google Analytics effectively, which I had a difficult time understanding before discovering this book. If you’re wondering whether or not to invest in Katy’s book, the answer is yes. With Katy’s strategies, you really can make your old content new again. - Miki Patel