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The Need for Fresh Content on Websites and Ways to Get It Done

Updated on November 4, 2013

Websites are the first face of any online business and they are the ones which defines the success of any online marketing campaigns. For websites, its content has a major influence over its overall success and content is something that needs to have high priority attention. Whenever there is a need to create a website, people always things about how the content shall be for a better result in the end.

Majority of the websites are business oriented and always has the sole aim of improving their business through various online advertising and marketing activities. Content is the king of any successful websites and there is an urge for the webmasters in getting the best, unique and relevant content for their websites. Based on this, majority of the major websites have compelling and top class content which are sure to convert visitors into leads and sales.

Most of the webmasters are of the concept that they have done their job once they have brilliant content on their website and hopes to sit back and reap the benefits on a long-term basis. But after few months they realizes a drastic decrease in the overall organic, direct and referral traffic even though they are doing their SEO activities. When they drill down deeper into the issues, they finds out that their content is old and majority of the audience gets tired with the same content for a long time.

This is where we need to things in a different perspective on how to solve this issue and the only major solution is to come up with different or fresh content regularly on your website. We might think how difficult and weird it is to keep changing content of your website every day. But the fact is that it is not necessary to change all the content on the website regularly, rather you can update a small area of your website at least once or twice in a month to keep it going smoothly.

There is no harm in updating a small part of your website content daily, but updates on the website content once or twice every month will be enough. You need to plan about which part of your website needs get updated and how often.

One of the best ways to keep your content updated on a monthly basis is to include a flash news marquee which keeps on changing at least on the home page. You can include this marquee on the inner pages also, and by doing this you will get updated content on majority of your website pages without too much of effort.

You can also include feeds of other websites or even your own social media profiles on your website. As your social media profile activities changes, your website conten also changes and this really helps your website in getting different content. You can also include the news feed or social media feeds in all your web pages to get an overall content updates all the pages.

And ultimately, one of the best and highly recommended methods of getting fresh content on your website is to host a blog on your website and updating the blog. Blog updating will bring massive inflow of fresh content and will also result in more search engine traffic to your website. Getting creative, impressive, compelling and unique content on your website will also improve the list of your website's loyal visitors.

You can really create blog content based on your website's niche and update it on your blog regularly. Apart from updating your blog, you also need to promote it to a wider audience through various social media channels. If you are not sure about what topic or content idea to write about your niche, there are a lot of methods online to get better content ideas for your blog post. You can even get a creative writer to get the job done for you. So if your website is not having fresh content, then it is time that you choose any of the methods mentioned in this article for better results from your website.


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    • cothurnatus profile image


      4 years ago

      If content is not unique for Internet getting fresh content on your website is almost useless...

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      Dianna Mendez 

      4 years ago

      Good information for websites. I need to get this done! THanks for the advice.


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