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Is better to remove post or edit it when replacing content?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wriper, Feb 24, 2014.

  1. wriper

    wriper Senior Member

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    Hi guys,

    If i have better article for my keyword what should i do?

    - Delete old post and create new post ?

    - Edit current indexed post and replace whole text ?

    I have silo structure.

    Or it doesnt matter?
     
  2. wriper

    wriper Senior Member

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    Anyone guys? :)
     
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    solventnine Junior Member

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    Unless it's duplicate content, why are you getting rid of old content? Let's look at this from a "natural" perspective. If you were building a complete white hat site, would you take down old posts? Do general content authors get rid of their old content?

    Generally, they leave it up.
     
  5. jollyman

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    If you are looking for high ranking for your keyword post high quality article. No need to delete the post just post unique high quality articles continuously. Good content is always important for high ranking.
     
  6. wriper

    wriper Senior Member

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    Thx for answers i was thinking about " one page , one keyword rule"

    So if i will just post new article and not delete old it will be two posts for same keyword
     
  7. tony_d

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    I can't imagine what difference it would make... as for 'one page one keyword', isn't that kinda counter-intuitive? Most natural pages would be at least somewhat relevant to more than one keyword.
     
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    don't need to delete the old one.make a new post and add an update link on old indexed post,and let the new born have some easy visits.its always better leave the old post and add the new content with an UPDATE prefix.
     
  9. pahosa

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    If its a totally different/unique content, I suggest that you create a new page/post. I wonder what's the purpose for the one page one keyword rule you have when having several pages of the same keyword can help you rank faster since they will both be indexed.