Brandon Stanley

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  1. Rich Witt
    January 18, 2018 @ 7:25 pm

    Thank you, Brandon. This is very timely as I have 5 articles that I hope to improve. 2 or 3 can really use some fresh pinterest images. I have found a few times that this has really created a nice boost for articles that were lukewarm in traffic before. Good point about optimizing the title, too. And, yes, I intend to do more interlinking. Thx for the inspiration. I have to start this project next week for sure.

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    • Elvis Michael
      January 19, 2018 @ 10:14 am

      Thanks for dropping in, Rich 🙂
      It’s amazing the amount of old content that can be revived and updated for the current year.

      I actually have a few articles from 2014 / 2015 with some outdated information, which could potentially make the entire post look bad as a result. But once we update these old pieces, that also gives us the right to move it up to the front page and promote it as a brand new article all over again.

      Elvis

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  2. Susan Velez
    January 19, 2018 @ 7:09 am

    Hi Brandon,

    Great tips for us to use on reviving old blog content that we have already written. I actually love creating fresh Pinterest images because it adds life to old blog posts.

    I now make it a point to create at least 2 images for all my new blog posts and add them to Pinterest. I’ve noticed that just by doing this, I am getting more repins. Plus this helps me split test two images in case one takes off and the other one doesn’t.

    I’ll then take that image that got shared the most and focus on marketing that one.

    Thanks for sharing these tips with us.

    Have a great day 🙂

    Susan

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    • Elvis Michael
      January 19, 2018 @ 10:18 am

      Now *THIS* is something I have failed to do (embracing Pinterest in this manner). It shouldn’t take more than 10-15 minutes to modify an image with some creativity, so it’s a pretty neat idea.

      A place like Myecovermaker.com is especially great for adding stylish fonts to existing images, by the way. I use it all the time for other projects 😉

      Thanks Susan and Brandon!

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  3. Ryan Biddulph
    January 20, 2018 @ 12:51 pm

    Hi Brandon,

    Super tip on resharing. I doubled down on this a few weeks back, sharing kinda recent numbers and also sharing some old skool ones. Actually, some of my old skool posts could use sprucing up. Which honors one of your other tips; smart guy you are 😉 Seriously though this post rocks. Why burn out creating new content when you have a store of helpful stuff already? Ramping up and sharing oldies buy goodies also helps you be grateful for all the content you have written already, putting you into a higher vibe.

    Ryan

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  4. Max Greene
    January 22, 2018 @ 5:41 am

    Great post, Brandon. I love the idea of reusing and repurposing content to keep it fresh, and ultimately to get as many people as possible to see what you’ve been working on.

    I’ve actually begun trying converting some of my most popular posts into short videos to share on social, but it’s SUCH hard work and takes me more time than writing a new blog, so I’m going to have to keep experimenting and try to find the right balance.

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  5. Simon Hockins
    February 15, 2018 @ 5:17 am

    Hi! Nice post.Great article.Thanks for sharing this blog post.

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