Can Articles Be Revamped, Recycled With Different Headlines?

Can Articles Be Revamped, Recycled With Different Headlines?


I’m not too sure exactly what you mean, but pretty much yeah.


You can always go back into any article and improve it, amp it up with more text to increase the word count. You can change the headline if you want – If you wanted to go all out you could track and test to see which one got more clicks.


I’m not too sure what you mean by recycled. I guess if you mean that you have a 400 word article and after 1 month it doesn’t get any traffic, then you take it down and pull it apart, maybe using some of the on topic paragraphs in a brand new article you are writing… yeah sure.


Essentially you can do whatever you want with your articles, they are yours.


Just let me remind you that Google does take like 2-4 weeks to properly cache and show pages and really 6 weeks (or even 8weeks it seems now from my personal tracking) to settle it down into the search results etc.


So if you post an article and after 1-2 weeks you think it’s not good so recycle it, you could be kind of fooling yourself. As the saying goes “SEO is SLOW”


Put it this way. Over the next few months I’m going to distribute a couple of hundred articles out, because I’m targeting stuff that’s happening in February and March 2015…


If you want fast, PPC is fast. You put up a PPC campaign, within less than a minute its showing.


If your intention is to revamp and recycle article headlines, because you know the headline is the most important thing, actually doing that manually on the article and waiting for google to update etc. is a horribly slow way to do it.


If you want to test headline ideas etc., you just put them in PPC ads and set your bid to 1cent. Even if you get clicks it doesn’t cost anything, and you’ll have all your info practically immediately, like that day.


If you are taking your articles, revamping them, recycling them, ehh… it depends on what exactly you are doing. If you are trying to figure out how to rank higher in google by testing headlines etc., it will figure it out and know and you’ll actually screw yourself up, lower your rankings (and not to mention


And another thing to… say you write an article and post it. And it doesn’t get any traffic. Like ZERO, none all, forever. If you were to go in, get that article, revamp it or recycle it or something that would actually be a waste/poor use of your time. You’d be better off just writing a brand new article, seriously.


This is for many, many reasons, most of which you don’t know or understand yet. It’s all a very complex game. I’ll explain one small reason. That article that got zero traffic, doesn’t matter you should always just write a new article BECAUSE later on the article that got no traffic, you can create links out of it to articles you have that ARE ranking ok, and those backlinks will improve its rankings. The power is increased the longer the linking article (original one that never got traffic) has been around.

So can articles be revamped, recycled with different headlines? Yes, but it really depends on how you will do it. If you are doing it in a way that you are kind of revamping it or redoing it to make it better or to improve it, that’s definitely fine. But if you are doing it in a way that you are kind of duplicating it or kind of spinning it to have another set of articles with the same headline, no, that is not a good thing.

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