Discover how to update website content, what is the best way to edit, rewrite and update old content, blog posts and articles to get the pages to rank high within the search engine results pages.
In an ideal world, every page or post you publish would rank and bank.
That’s not always the case though – sometimes a page just doesn’t perform as well as you’d hoped.
Here’s an example of how we brought a dead page back to life.
Without building a single backlink.
We normally only share this stuff to Authority Hacker Pro members, but we’re in a generous mood.
The page we optimized shot up from #53 to #10.
But it also ranks #7 for the keyword “best flushing toilets on the market”.
Yup, our page jumped onto the first page of the Google SERPs all because we did a content refresh.
The harsh reality though is that it’s impossible to achieve a 100% hit rate with content.
Even if your SEO is razor-sharp.
But if you follow along with this case study, you’ll see exactly how we did this.
1) Mini audit.
2) Content revival case study.
3) Content refresh prep.
4) Content outlining.
5) The rewriting processes.
6) Updating your article.
7) Our 12-step content refresh process.
8) Ranking update.
Read more here.
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