PAGE 1 – Quality is better than quantity

PAGE 2 – Do you have a strategy for posting content?

PAGE 3 – Use Save Draft instead of Publish

PAGE 4 – How saving drafts will help your posting schedule

PAGE 5 – Why I do not recommend setting a publishing date in WordPress

You are probably already familiar with how to go about posting in WordPress but I would like to share with you today how I go about publishing my website content that has helped me to rank higher and quicker in Google. If you are not already aware about the importance of a posting schedule in regards to better Google rankings, then make sure to check out the training on it, see link below.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/training/how-to-im...



QUALITY IS BETTER THAN QUANTITY

When we first start building our internet businesses we all start writing and posting content almost every single day. Within a week we can have several pages of content and within a month close to 20. But this way of posting is not really a wise and sustainable way to follow. Having a quantity of pages on your website is not always going to help your website rankings.

However having quality written pages will help you. Matter of fact you could post 10 quality pages and have your website rank higher than if you had posted 20 average pages within the same time frame. Quality is always better than quantity. And here is another thing to consider when you begin posting content.

Are you going to have enough content to be able to publish every single week for at least 52 weeks straight? There is 52 weeks in a year. At the rate you are posting now, can you keep that up for 52 straight weeks? I bet your answer would be no. This is why you need to come up with a strategy for publishing your website content and I am going to show you an easy way to do this.

NEXT UP = Prepare your strategy for the next 52 weeks.

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Nqueen Premium
Another great lesson learned. Thanks Robert. I did love to share this post but cant find any fb like button. Or am missing something?
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. No, you are not missing something. WA removed all FB Like buttons from all WA blogs and tutorials after I created this. I just need to update the content and remove that mention. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
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Nqueen Premium
Oh okay, can i even ask why they did that or is it considered a spam?
Please one other thing if you dont mind my asking, in using social medias, are we allowed to post in other platforms like all this Q&a, Quora, reddit platforms and even on make money online groups on fb?
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boomergp08 Premium
WA removed the button because people were using it too much, creating a spam-like situation.

You can post in other areas but I would suggest that you do not early on. If you post in too many areas and too often, you will be labeled as a spammer.
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Nqueen Premium
Oh okay! I get the drift. Thanks.
Have a lovely weekend
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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elefem Premium
I published 3 pages by mistake. Can I now change them to drafts?
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tthayer Premium
Hi, you can bring up your list of pages by clicking on pages from the WP Admin and click on quick edit for the page you want to change. Then change the status to draft and click on save.
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elefem Premium
Thanks for the help. I'd tried to do it in the Edit area rather than the quick edit. All good now!
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CliveJM Premium
Thanks for the all of the info, I'll put it to good use....hopefully.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Happy you like the information I have shared.
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rallamby96 Premium
Hi boomer if im not a good writer since im not a native english speaker how can i write a quality content article.
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boomergp08 Premium
There are translation programs online that you can use and through practice you will also get better. You also could build a website in your native language if you like. Though English is the most popularly used language for websites, there are many websites written in other languages too.
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llj-tucson Premium
Thank you Boomer. This training resonates and makes a lot of sense to me. I am definitely in the quality vs. quantity camp. I'm still new enough that I'm trying to sort out conflicting advice. Bootcamp training clearly states that those who are most successful post every day. I have never been able to accomplish this and don't see that changing. I'm too slow and/or too much of a perfectionist to ever make that happen. I spend a lot of time reading, researching, writing, reviewing, etc. before I post. My site has been up for 3 months and I have 22 pages and posts of content which is about 1.5/week. I would like to believe it is quality content but I may be biased :)

I'm finally getting to my real question. Is the penalty for inconsistent posting greater than the penalty for not having enough content? Does it make sense to try to front-load and get as much (quality) content as possible out there now and then draw a line in the sand where consistency becomes more important. Did you post more often when you were new to this and then switch? I need to see some progress. I'm not talking about making money. That's so far out on the horizon it's pointless to dwell on now. I'm talking about traffic and that requires Google trust. I pray for searchers who are specific. Quoted searches for my keywords show up on page 1 or high on page 2. No quotes (the norm) and I'm out there in the nether lands somewhere. The only traffic I get now is from my Pinterest Board and it's not much.

Sorry for the book but I'm really struggling with the most effective way to approach this. I appreciate any advice you have.
Linda
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boomergp08 Premium
When I first started I posted a lot of content at first and then after about 6 months I scaled back to about once per week. I only did this because I was getting better rankings and kept asking for comments because getting comments is also the same as adding new content which you do not have to write and Google still rewards you for it.

Because your website is only 3 months old, I wouldn't expect for you to see much in the way of search engine rankings right about now. The 6 month mark is a good time to start seeing some progress. Just keep posting quality content as regularly as you can.
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llj-tucson Premium
Thank you.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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Sedna888 Premium
Very very helpful tutorial, I know now what I don't know!
Thank you Boomergp08
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Happy I could have been of help.
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JIllW Premium
The save draft button is not showing up when I edit or write or add something new why is this?
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boomergp08 Premium
If you have already published your content it will no longer be available. You will only be able to update.
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JIllW Premium
Ok thank you very very much because I was looking like a crazy person behind my computer for draft and save and all the synonym
words Thank you
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HelenpDoyle Premium
Jill, if you have published accidentally you can change back to draft by going to the top of the right hand column in the 'Status' area and changing back to draft.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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garyjharris Premium
I feel so silly. I have a blog I started back in 2008. I started removing posts from it and adding them to a website here. Then I read this. So I deleted it. Would it be a good idea to just start posting to it again?
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GlenPalo Premium
I am not sure I follow. Are you posting to your 2008 blog still?

I have an older website that I still maintain. I also have a new site here on WA. The search engines like the older sites. So I have taken what I have learned here and applied it to the older site.

Robert is spot on with scheduling and publishing posts.
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upsgirl Premium
GlenPalo's process of adding to his older site is a great idea.
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boomergp08 Premium
I hope you were not add exact content from there to to new website. If you have an older website then build it up if you want. If not leave it the way it is and write NEW content for the website you have here. You definitely do not want to copy content from there and place it in your site here. That could seem like duplicate content.
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Kipps Premium
If your old post from the old site is already indexed and given high ranking by Google and you love to maintain that status, it is better to leave it as it is. But then you want it also in your new WA-based webpage. What to do? Just re-write the same post from the old website using other wording and phrases to avoid penalizing by Google according to its anti-plagiarism Act. In this way, you can maintain your old post and its good ranking and at the same time slowly gain ranking for your new page here at WA as well.
This I have learned it from Kyle somewhere, I forget exactly where, sorry. But hope this helps.
Cheers,
Kipps
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DianneBee Premium
I publish this way too. Since I have learned about consistency and publishing, that it.
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boomergp08 Premium
It is always best to have a consistent strategy when it comes to publishing
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bjdluna Premium
I really never knew this. It really is valuable to know this. Thank you Robert! You have produced some of the best trainings available! I seem to mss then when they first come out and later find them when I am looking for something in particular. Thanks so much! Keep em' comin'!
Barbara
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Barbara. Even though you may miss them when they first come out, I am glad you are able to find them when you need to.
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bjdluna Premium
Yes, me too! I was even looking for that Ebay one and I missed it anyway but as soon as I heard from other people's comments that it had already been done I hunted it down and found it! Did you do a 3rd video yet on Ebay? I do remember that you were going to do one but I don't know if you did it. I could always hunt that one down too! I'm also looking for your WA keyword tool review because I'm really trying to cut down expenses and Jaaxy isn't all that expensive but every little bit helps!
Thanks agaib Robert you are a really great help!
Barbara
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boomergp08 Premium
I actually have been busy doing so many other writing work that I have not done that 3rd eBay training yet. But I have not forgot about it.

I understand you wanting to save money and that is why I do not use Jaaxy, plus the WA keyword tool does just as good a job but in a slightly more simplistic way.

If you want to view my WA Keyword Tool training tutorials Parts 1 & 2, the link to Part 1 is below and the link to Part 2 is at the end of Part 1.
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Kipps Premium
You can always bookmark any post or training using the yellow star on the right side of the search box, Babara.
Cheers,
Kipps
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cmjwood Premium
Hi Robert, I do have to say that this training has been very helpful to me. I asked you about this several months ago and since then, I have been doing what you said and it has worked out great. Thanks so much!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Cindy. I am happy it has helped you.
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pitin Premium
thanks alot! i am only aiming to posting 2 to 3 articles per week because i also believe in quality over quantity. I am checking out all your trainings too boomer! they are all very good! thanks so much!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome and thank you. I am happy you like my training.
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pitin Premium
Ed mentioned I can learn backlinks from you and Norz pointed me to your profile! I wish I found your trainings sooner!
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boomergp08 Premium
Better late than never. :)
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Shanbally Premium
WOW. Great info. Thanks so much!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Glad you liked it.
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CaniceO Premium
This is a very useful information and am going to start applying it . Thanks so much
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Canice. Happy to have helped you.
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PS108 Premium
This training is super helpful. Thank you so much. I'm gonna follow your advice.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome PJ. Glad you liked it.
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Alisa1 Premium
Thank you Boomer - fantastic training and brilliant strategies.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Alisa. I am glad you found the information enjoyable.
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StefanC Premium
Hi Boomer! Thanks for this amazing training. I really enjoy all of them! I need to ask you something though. You said that i should not change my contents... but in 1 year time I believe I will have much more experience and will definitely want to change things. How is this process then, will it affect significantly my website? Thanks
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boomergp08 Premium
Where did I say that? You can change your content. Just don't change your page or post titles.
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StefanC Premium
hmm, sorry I misunderstood. Thanks!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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Nikodemis Premium
Hey Boomer, thanx for this man! However, I do not seem to have the "Save Draft" button on my menu when I am editing. Is there a way to add it or activate it? I am still very green at this and may be m,issing the obvious....

thanx
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boomergp08 Premium
Once you Publish a page or a post it is no longer available. You will only have it for new pages and posts before you click publish.
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Nikodemis Premium
Aha, thank you
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Kipps Premium
Robert,
Thanks for this training and the other training of you that are extremely helpful.
I have some questions.

Question 1.
Someone said after Publishing you can go to Status and change it into Draft. Is it correct? Please help me clarify. I am confused.

Question 2
And after we press publish, all our editing, tweaking should be saved by Update. Correct? Then can we also press publish instead of Update? What is the different?

Question 3
When we save our pages/posts as DRAFT Google will not find it and not give us any ranking?

Sorry for the many questions.
Hope you are not upset.
Thanks in advance.
Cheers,
Kipps
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boomergp08 Premium
Q1, Yes you can but why would you? If you accidentally published it maybe I can see doing this, but not sure why people would want to do this.

Q2, Once you click Publish that button is replaced with Update. There is no way to publish content more than once.

Q3, Correct
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Martstervt Premium
Thanks Boomer
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Marty! Happy to have helped you out.
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sallylane50 Premium
Great training. I will try to implement your teachings!!!
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Sally. I am happy you enjoyed my training tutorial.
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Firekeeper Premium
Great input in order to structure my publishing work! thanks.
>>>I can't find the fb like button. Could you help me?
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boomergp08 Premium
It is at the top of every screen on the WA website, just under the star in the "NeedHelp" search bar above.
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Firekeeper Premium
this is strange, I can only find the google+ tag. Is it because I'm living in Europe? It's not the first time I'm looking for it. So if you know what's going on, that would be great!!
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boomergp08 Premium
It is above the Google+ tag and above the blog post title but just under the star in the search bar. See image.
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Firekeeper Premium
thanks for the clear answer, but I really cannot see it on my screen (see image below).
I have to ask the support.
Till then, Stefan
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, ask support.
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carcol Premium
Sorry to appear a nerd but what are "Permalinks?" also what is this:
"go into Google Webmaster Tools and initiate a Fetch as Google and Submit to Index"?
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ninjazrb Premium
A permalink is the URL where you find a specific post or page
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upsgirl Premium
I see Zachary gave you your first answer so I will answer the latter. The last phrase means you can ask Google to view a certain Page or Post. Although Google is on it's own schedule, sometimes you need to submit a request because you have just "fixed" en error. I just let Google do it's thing.
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ninjazrb Premium
Thanks for the help upsgirl.

You can use that part of webmaster tools, Carcol, to basically get Google to "reindex" the page you chose (or index it for the first time if it is a new page). This is mostly for if you are impatient like me. ;)
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upsgirl Premium
Good to know...thanks! Something tells me you sit there and click, click, click! LOL! Morning!
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ninjazrb Premium
Something tells me that my refresh button hates me. Good morning to you too.
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upsgirl Premium
LOL! I am laughing!
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boomergp08 Premium
I would not call it being impatient. I call it being prudent in one getting their content to index and thus rank quicker. As the saying goes, "Time is money" so like you, I always do a fetch as Google submit to index as soon as I publish new content.
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boomergp08 Premium
No apologies or asking a question. That is how we all learn. I will not have to answer your questions because I see others have done it for me. :)
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upsgirl Premium
Time is money...GO! Bring in new talent!
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LucindaF Premium
Hi Robert
Thanks for this. I will definitely follow your advice, especially as I get faster at creating content.

Could you please explain:

"I ALWAYS go into Google Webmaster Tools and initiate a Fetch as Google and Submit to Index, so that my content gets indexed within a couple of hours".

How do you do this please?

Thanks

Lucinda
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upsgirl Premium
You don't need to do this manually. When Google gets around to it, they will. It certainly doesn't hurt...maybe!
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LucindaF Premium
Thank you.
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upsgirl Premium
You're welcome!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Lucinda!

As Deidre said, you do not have to do this. But if you do not want to wait for the 4 days for Googlebot to come and index your content, by doing a Fetch as Google and Submit to Index, your content will be indexed within hours.

I do this because I want my content to go live as soon as possible. Being that it only takes me about a minute to complete the process of getting my content indexed into Google, I do the "Fetch" after every content I publish live.

If you would like to learn more about "Fetch as Google" read pages 4 and 5 of my other training on it, and watch the Google video. Matt Cutts explains why Fetch as Google, Submit to Index is beneficial.
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LucindaF Premium
Thanks Robert. I will have a look at your training and the video and give it a go.

Kind regards

Lucinda
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. If you have any questions, just ask.
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LucindaF Premium
Thanks. I will.
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NWTDennis Premium
I've recently started to add pages under my main page Product Reviews. Didn't find the safe to draft button that I have become used to when creating Post content.

The result is a page that got published prematurely. Got stuck on best way to publish an extensive table. Didn't like the look Table Press gave me, and am now studying a work around I found in Leoemery's training on creating a downloadable link.

This is a constant learning process isn't it?
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boomergp08 Premium
Why couldn't you find that Save Draft button? It is part of the WP editor for both post and pages.
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NWTDennis Premium
Not sure. I just looked at "Add New" under Pages and the Save Draft button is definitely there. I was particularly frustrated at the time I started this new page trying to set up Sub Menus under main Page. I think I have worked it out.

Thanks for asking.
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boomergp08 Premium
No problem.
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Lazyblogger Premium
I always thought about scheduling your content. You just made a point that always concerns me. For now I do Tues and Thurs religiously. Thanks Robert.
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boomergp08 Premium
That is good. As long as you stick to your scheduled days it will help Google to rank your website better.
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Lazyblogger Premium
Will do. Thanks!

Bishop
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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Judy-B Premium
This is really helpful. Thank you. :)
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Judy. Happy you liked it.
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HelenpDoyle Premium
It's now in the manual. Have a great day (or night as the case may be). It's 8:34 a.m. Wed here and quite cold. Snow this past Monday.
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boomergp08 Premium
It is 6:30 pm Tuesday here, rainy and cool.
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JewelCarol Premium
Robert, awesome training, love it. I used to post 2 times a week but it gets more tough for me now as I have other stuff to take care, so now I can only scheduled blog post every 4 days. :(
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boomergp08 Premium
I post every 7 days, once per week on a Wednesday. If I should write one or more pieces of content prior to Wednesday, I save them in Draft and then when Wednesday comes I either post one of them or write something new to post. Once per week is much easier for me now with all of the other things I do.
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Christabelle Premium
Very nice training Robert!
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Christa. I'm always looking to educate the WA community with useful information.
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Christabelle Premium
That sure helps those of us that still have much to learn! :) Thank you & You're welcome! :)
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boomergp08 Premium
fyi, I am still learning too. :)
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Christabelle Premium
lol! Hopefully we all are each and every day! Not only is that wise but it will keep us young at heart and our minds sharper! :)
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boomergp08 Premium
Yes, hopefully we all are. :)
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Lady May Premium
Very well explained, thx Rob :)
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boomergp08 Premium
You are very welcome Sharon. Thank you for stopping by to read my training. :)
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Gordi Premium
Great advice as usual. I am going to start implementing this way of publishing. I need to change my scheduling to a more regular intervals.
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boomergp08 Premium
It is the best way I have found to keep a consistent schedule and for posting more quality content. When/If you can have 2 or more pieces of finished content ready to go and sitting saved in draft, I find that it makes it less stressful when the time comes in my posting schedule to post new content.

Instead of rushing to get something out and put out something of poor quality, I can take my time with it and publish one of the finished pieces of content I have saved. Then once I finish perfecting the current piece of content, I save it as draft to publish at a later date.
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montewolfe1 Premium
Thanks for the advice Robert, you have set forth a good plan to use.
Monte
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Monte. I am always looking for ways to plan things to make the end result an easier experience.
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Timard Premium
I agree with what your saying, that quality can be better and I think I might have enough for 52 weeks if I work at it. Thanks boomer it makes a lot of scenes.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Timothee and that is great that you have enough content for 52 weeks. A lot of people sometimes start out and then realize they don't have enough to say. This is why it is important to be as passionate as possible about your niche.
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Timard Premium
You could say I've been collecting for a long time,
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boomergp08 Premium
Awesome! I am doing the same thing for my next website.
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dickw Premium
Wow! The save draft is a really cool device. That has to be one of the best designs in the system. I am excited about all the uses. You are a genius, BUT please, to not get a fat head....Dick
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boomergp08 Premium
Thanks...LOL, I never get a fat head because all of my baseball caps are a fitted size. :)
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dickw Premium
Like your style.
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dickw Premium
Hi Robert,
This is a very useful training. Thanks for a really nice job.
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Dick. I am glad you found the information I shared to be useful. Thanks for stopping by.
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Petitpas Premium
That's just cleared up a few things in one go. One, I'm going to be OK on one good post per week - I was worried. Two I've been publishing when I should have been saving to draft. It does make sense but sometimes I need a slap in the face to alert me to it. Three - I was still unsure how to promote WA so I am really glad you assumed I didn't know! Thanks boomergp08
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boomergp08 Premium
When our websites are new, I do advocate publishing more than one page or post per week. But after our websites have about 15 to 20 pages and posts is when I switch to the more desirable weekly publish.

I feel that is a more sustainable way forward because you can take a little more time to produce some quality content rather than pumping out quick lower quality content. There is no need to rush your content live. I would prefer to take my time and put out some quality content.
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elliseng Premium
You just gave me the reason why I failed . I was not consistent in my posting and got caught up with work. Have not posted since Feb. should I continue with the same website wit a better plan or start another ?
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boomergp08 Premium
If you still have a passion of the one you have, then stay with the same website. You can always revive it.

Before you do, write up some content and save them as drafts. Then once you have a few pieces of content ready to go, write another piece of content and publish it.

Then a week later publish another piece of content, either a new one you write or one of the pieces of content you have saved as a draft and continue from there.
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elliseng Premium
Thanks so much for the advise. will do that .
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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GMetaxas Premium
That was very nice and useful information.
Thank you for that Robert.
Have a nice month.
George
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome George. I am happy you found my training information useful. Thanks for stopping by.
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emerald860 Premium
Great information! I never knew about the "fetch as Google" technique. Will definitely use that one! Thanks, Robert!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Alanna. In regards to submitting your content for indexing using Fetch as Google, you can follow the training and watch the video I provided in my tutorial from a couple of months ago. Look at pages 4 and 5 of the following training. I explain how to do the process of manually indexing your content into Google.
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emerald860 Premium
Excellent! Thanks! I was about to ask you which you recommend when using Fetch--desktop or Mobile? Does it matter? Also, what's the difference between Fetching and Fetch and render? I'll check out your training first!
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boomergp08 Premium
I do not use mobile when using Fetch, I always use desktop.

And for the purpose of getting your content indexed into Google, you want to use Fetch only.

You would use Fetch and Render when you have debugged a problematic piece of content and want to make sure Googlebot cannot find the error anymore.
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emerald860 Premium
Thanks for clarifying that, Robert! Excellent information! Alanna
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Alanna
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solidbase Premium
As always before, I thank you for this type of training Robert.
These are things not covered in the "regular" training, and in my view it serves as a critical element to improve our chances of success.
Saving it in my "Golden Nugget" file. :)
-Theuns
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Theuns. This is why I do these training tutorials, because many of what I write about is on things that are not covered in the training yet are valuable to helping to build a better website. If I do them for myself and I see they are successful, I will share them with the WA community.
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solidbase Premium
A perfect example of paying it forward. Thanks man.
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Harrysastar2 Premium
Thanks Robert, bookmarked.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Brian. Thanks for stopping by.
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cmjwood Premium
Thank you so much for this information Robert! I know I have to be consistent with my pages and post but I wasn't sure how to accomplish that and what was the best practice to have better rankings with Google. You answered those questions in this tutorial, thanks again! I have been feeling a little overwhelmed wanting to build my website and keep it strong. I had heard that a person needs to have about 200 pages and posts before they are ranked on the first page. That's over whelming to me. I was setting a goal to be there by the end of August. But that is a lot of posts and I know that I can't do that. I like the idea of 1 or 2 per week, that is more doable for me, and still be consistent. Thanks for the training! Cindy
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boomergp08 Premium
What you heard Cindy was wrong. You do not need 200 pages and posts to be ranked on the first page of Google. I have only 60 and 17 of my pages/posts are on Google page 1. You just have to follow the guidelines for better SEO, but having 200 pages/posts is not one of them.

Just write quality content with good keywords in the appropriate places, post this content on a consistent weekly basis, and eventually you will get higher rankings. By using Save Draft you can save finished content and then select when you wish to publish them should you not have something new to publish.
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cmjwood Premium
Thanks so much Robert for responding! It is really good to know that it isn't 200 pages/posts that I need, more the quality content, keywords and the consistency. Thanks for setting me straight. I really appreciate that!
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boomergp08 Premium
No problem Cindy! The 200 count only relates to a level of content that a website has when it is considered to be a well established website. It has nothing to do with rankings at all. I hope whomever told you that does not tell anyone else that because that is flat out wrong and can discourage others from moving forward.
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Love it Robert, especially planning lots of posts in draft to publish at least once a week. Thank you.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. - Saving a bunch of finished content as drafts to be published later one by one is a less stressful way to keep adding content to your website.
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CRawlings Premium
Great lesson Robert. I have bookmarked this, so I can keep this in mind.
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you Candice. Happy you liked it.
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Chris2005 Premium
Thanks Robert, I was forgetting to go to Fetch As Google on my last few post. i will put this step on my after publish notes.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Chris. When I first started I forgot too, but now it is just a normal step in the publishing process.
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Loes Premium
Thanks, learned again from you:) Sometimes I want to change a whole published page/post, then I set it on visuability private again, make the adjustments and put it on air when finished
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Loes. Once a page has been published and you want to make minor changes, you could set visibility to private, that is fine.

However if the changes you are making will change the page title and thus the permalink, changes a majority of the keywords, and most of the image, that is not good for your SEO.

Once you publish a page and Google indexes it, you should not make any changes beyond updating with added content. Remember, Google indexes ALL of your content so you do not want to remove much.
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Loes Premium
Thanks Robert, I have just changed my tutorial page from working with a table into putting all into a gallery, I hope that's fine, same pictures, same text, same title and permalink,other form:)
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boomergp08 Premium
Should be fine.
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deos331557 Premium
Thanks for the lesson Robert. The more I follow your training, the more I realize there is still much to learn. Thanks also for the tip on sharing on Facebook.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Donald. There will always be learning. Even though I have been at this for two years there is still much I have yet to learn. But once I do and I know how well it works, I will share it with the WA community.
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