An effective strategy to help improve site performance during a pandemic

Most companies understand the value of organic search and while some rely mainly on popular practices. Other firms spend a lot of time experimenting to find actions that generate higher returns for their business.

Each company improves its performance in its own way. There are universal strategies that help stay afloat even today, in a difficult period for many companies.

Experimenting and working with content

Experimentation is becoming a critical tool for marketers. It should be used to adapt to changes in search engines. Search engines affect organic visibility, so understanding their requirements is important.

Most marketers focus on creating new content without looking at performance and user engagement over time. Old content can be more valuable than new content because it provides a better understanding of improving it for your users. One thing works, the other doesn’t. Proven content can always be recycled.

It is very important to update your content based on user behaviour, feedback and new technologies. Correct adjustments will increase your traffic.

Publish content that truly educates or entertains your audience. Do not try to create the appearance of information content in large volumes.

Today you need to create something exceptional to compete with the market leaders.

Content audit and practical advice

Correct traffic analysis will help you understand where this traffic is coming from. It often comes from old pages. If so, you don’t need to rewrite all your content.

Here are some tips for quickly and easily updating materials on the site:

  1. You can check the content for relevance and change outdated details.
  2. Add some helpful information, some subheadings, or other relevant keywords.
  3. Reorganize the information to be more user-friendly.
  4. Add media.
  5. Correct possible spelling or grammatical errors.

Updating old content can be a lifesaver for your SEO tactics. This is an underrated strategy, so you should benefit from it and see it as an opportunity.

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