Is it disadvantageous to Google’s top exposure if I modify the text?

Is it disadvantageous to Google’s top exposure if I edit my blog post today?You’ve asked me a lot of questions about

I’m going to organize it in writing.

To start with the conclusion, I recommend that you revise your writing consistently.

(It would be right to describe it as an accurate update.)

If you could take a little time to revise what was already written,

You can save a lot of time by looking for higher exposure opportunities without having to write a new article.

How does updating the article actually affect the upper exposure?

There are two main positive effects.

The first is the number of crawls.

In a previous YouTube video about “How to Expose Top of YouTube,” we talked about the concept of crawling by 구글 상위노출 explaining how Google’s search engine works.

(Please note that it is also included in the free e-book.)

* Crawling: A search engine bot scrapes to reflect my posts in Google search results.

Just by modifying the text to keep the update date up to date can have a positive effect on Google’s “crawling” frequency.

That doesn’t mean that you just need to modify one word and press the update button.

We actually have to “fresh” the documents.

The second reason I need to update this article is,

It’s because of “quality content,” which I always emphasize as the most important thing for Google SEO.

The reason why they “fresh” the document is to create this quality content.

(Of course, posts or sites that have been updated consistently will be loved more by people.)

Then, what part of the article can you edit?

If you look at what you’ve written before,

If you’re introducing data that’s been out of date, you might need to attach the latest data.

Or, for some software introduction, you can constantly update the error correction history and so on.

Not only that, but later on, what you learned about the subject matter,

You can also add media data such as videos and audio uploaded on YouTube.

There’s a lesson you can learn from this update process.

That’s exactly what you don’t have to change in the first place.

It’s about publishing content that people can search for for for a long time without getting trendy.

(EX. Age of shaving cream, how to tie shoelaces, etc.)

Find and take out what you wrote in the past.

And think about which part of the article you can make better.

Of course, you don’t have to worry about the short-term writing and revise it.

If it’s a recent article, first of all, wait until it’s reflected in the search results, check the rankings, and then…

I’m going through the process of comparing and re-modifying other documents and my writings.

Then, can I choose an article to update based on the criteria I have written?

The criteria I would like to recommend are as follows.

1. Your site has a higher domain score than any other site on page 1, and the content of the article looks similar, but it’s not going up.

2. Posts on topics that require continuous addition of new versions, revisions, and updates (e.g., app or tool introduction)

3. If your article constantly reduces the amount of search for a target keyword or finds a better target keyword.

4. The article on the page where traffic is gradually dropping as a result of the analysis of Analytics

Of course, post-update isn’t the magic way to rank high on Google in one fell swoop.

Now, assuming that the text is based on Google SEO, we’re going to apply the above additional points.

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