6 Ways To Revamp Your Old Blog Posts

Did you know that if you revamp your old blogposts you can possibly drive a lot of traffic to your blog? 

If you have had a blog for a while, you probably have a lot of old blog posts that probably don’t reflect who you are or your current aesthetic. That’s when the revamping part comes in.

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This is a great thing for you to do for your blog when you don’t feel like writing a new blog post.

In today’s post, I’ll show you 6 easy things you can do to revamp your old blog posts and drive more traffic for your blog. 

P.S.: I’ve created a Pinterest group board for bloggers! If you’re interested, click here and follow the instructions on the board description! 

6 ways to revamp your old blogposts

UPDATE YOUR IMAGES

If the pictures on your old blog posts are poorly taken, are not edited, or just don’t reflect your current aesthetic, switch them up: you can take new pictures or use stock photos to do so.

CHECK YOUR LINKS 

Make sure the links on your old blog posts are working so that people can access them when going through your blog’s archive.


DELETE POSTS YOU REALLY DON’T LIKE 

We’ve all wrote that blog post that, looking back now, is just plain horrible. You can try to salvage them but you probably won’t be able to, so might as well delete it.


 RE-WRITE BLOG POST TITLES

SEO. Do I need to say more? It’s important to use keywords, not only on your post title but also on the actual blog post. For example, if you are reviewing an eyeshadow palette, make sure to use the palette name and also the word ‘review’ on the title. That way, when people type the product’s name on a search engine, your post will appear.

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UPDATE THE INFORMATION IN THE BLOGPOST

 
If you’ve written a blogpost about something a while ago and now you actually know more about the thing you wrote about, make sure to add it on the blog post, to make sure it’s up to date. 
 
 

LINK OLD POSTS ON NEWER ONES 

 
After you follow the previous steps, the last thing you can do to drive traffic to your old blog posts is to link them to your latest blog posts. If you’re writing about the ways you stay organized, for example, and already did a post about it before, make sure to link it. 
 

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