This is my usual practice.
I periodically analyze and delete my low-value and low-demand content.
I periodically delete domains, websites, blogs, social media accounts, pages, posts… that are of poor quality, there is little demand for them and there is no point in upgrading.
There is a lot of garbage on the Internet without me.
I do a big internet cleaning once a year.
I spend the current Internet cleaning more often.
1. A low value page is a page that is found to be duplicate or contains little useful content.
- Content is not unique.
- Little content.
- Content is outdated.
- Content is not interesting to readers and there is no reaction from readers.
2. A low-demand page is a page with content for which there are no requests for which it could respond.
Low-value content will drown your project.
My forum threads will not generate any traffic from search, social media, direct traffic, or referral links.
It is very likely that there will be no objection to the removal of some of my topics.
There is a slight probability that one of my topics can be modernized and sneaking a small traffic to the forum.
Micro -project 1.”Change in nutrition habits and normalization of body weight” 2007
Topic in TOP 1 Google for key queries
“Change in Nutrition Habits and Normalization of Body Weight”
Competition. Results: approximately 711,000
Frequency 0. Less than 10 Google planner keywords does not determine and shows 0.
“Nutrition Habits and Normalization of Body Weight”
Competition. Results: approximately 1,650,000
In TOP 3 for key request
“Nutrition Habits and Normalization Weight”
Competition. Results: approximately 2,210,000
There are less than 10 such requests, perhaps these are “shimmering requests” that appear not even every month.
This is not significant, but I can do a small experiment.
The experiment will require time.
It is necessary to rewrite the text, supplement the text with new keywords, add tags (H2-H4).
I checked the Internet demand on this topic (keywords and frequency of search queries per month).
Google planner keywords
export eating habits.csv (16.1 KB)
Dates for the display of pages to the top 10 Google and Yandex. (2018)
You need to create traffic for a blog from search engines for a long time. Most of the search traffic gets the top 10.
When planning blog promotion, you need to take into account the age of the domain and pages in the TOP10.
Very briefly about these important factors.
Most bloggers usually do not take into account the age of their blog and the age of the pages that promote.
Distribution of traffic in the TOP search engines.
** The age of the domain in the top 10.**
The age of the domain plays a large role.
Critical age difference for sites of up to 3-4 years.
The real struggle for a place in the top 10 is going on precisely among young domains.
If the site is more than 5 years, then the age of the site is not so important.
Any of these sites can be in the top 10 search engines.
Issuance of Yandex for highly competitive requests, then in the top 3 sites younger than 2.5 years old is not.
And in the top 20 sites at least 1 year old.
"The conclusion that can be drawn relative to Yandex - the very search engine Yandex has a filter that underestimates young domains for highly competitive themes.
And if you see that in the top 10 sites over 2 years old, then with a site that should not be connected for 1 year, because Such a site is not possible to bring to the top 10.
In addition, for older sites for getting into the TOP, a smaller reference budget is required. "
The age of the pages in the TOP 10.
Site promotion is recommended to start with pages, the age of which is at least six months.
For the output to the TOP, it is easier to modernize the old pages of the site and add links to them than to write new ones.
As conditional guidelines for promoting Google, you can take 16 months, under Yandex - one year.
How long does it take to display the site in the top Google?
In Google, the average age of pages in the top 10 is a little over 2 years.
Pages that take the first position in the issuance have existed for almost 3 years (on average).
Almost 95% of new pages cannot reach the top in just 1 year.
If the age of the blog is 5 or more years, then the term for the output of pages in the TOP 10 can be less - 6 months.
It is better to promote old articles with age in TOP 10.
It’s hard to get to the TOP news. Today there are search queries, and in a year or three interest in the event may be completely absent.