Not every blog post you publish will rank on the first attempt. That’s okay. You can always try again. Just rewrite and republish.
We do this a lot at Ahrefs. If you look at the number of posts we’ve republished in Ahrefs’ Content Explorer, you’ll see that we’ve republished 80/300+ posts at least once:
Dividing the workload like this whatsapp number list allows both the vendor and the affiliate to focus on their strengths. The improvements are similar on desktop and mobile. Most of the focus in 2021 was on mobile results.
But if you have hundreds of posts like we do, you can’t republish everything. That’s why you have to prioritize your efforts.
This flowchart explains how:
You can use our free WordPress SEO plugin to check your site for underperforming posts. Then follow the guide below to learn the best way to republish your content.
Recommended reading: Republishing Content: How to Update Old Blog Posts for SEO
11. Repurpose content on multiple channels
Each piece of content we create takes an incredible amount of time. It would be a complete waste to hit ‘publish’ and forget about it. Instead, we want it to go as far as it can. And we do this by turning a piece of content into multiple formats.
For example, when we republished our SEO checklist, we tweeted about it. Then, two months later, we tweeted the actual checklist itself, which got a lot of attention: