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… the holiday season and into the start of 2015 that traffic has continued to trend upwards. Even after going through this experiment, if I go back and follow the same steps with more of the existing content on my blog (now that I know this approach can work) I should see even better results. One thing that is key about this approach is that I didn’t…
Photo by @Doug88888 If you’re like most bloggers you probably publish at least one new post per week on average. Maybe you publish a new post every day, or possibly even several posts per day. Most bloggers focus on using new posts to attract traffic, readers, and subscribers. As a result, the posts in the archives get very little attention or interest from the blogger.
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