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Mar 19, 2012, 09:53 #1
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Best practices for rewritten WP posts for Googlebot?
Let's suppose I make a post on a WP site, and a day or so later I see that Google has indexed the page.
About a week later I decide to substantially rewrite the post. Let's say I had to improve the readability with shorter sentences, eliminate passive voice, and tweak the kw's a bit. Stuff like that.
What's the best practices as to what to do with regard to Google? (because the previous version is already indexed)
Should I just simply update the existing post with the new text and leave it at that?
(and Googlebot will recraw the new version)
Or should I delete the old post and make a whole new post with the updated content and a new WP postnumber?
(if so, should I make the title of the new post slightly different?)
Mar 20, 2012, 16:54 #2
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Sorry, but this forum is dedicated to content for people, not for bots. We don't discuss SEO here.
Thread closed.Linda Jenkinson
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