The word content can mean so many different things, but for the sake of this specific article, let’s refer to content as words that are written for an article, written for blogs, written on social media platforms and anything else you might be publishing online. Content is used for many different reasons, but the most common; to let people know who you are, what you do, what you can do for them and let them know if they should be a part of your business or product or not. Is writing content easy? Heck no. Can it be incredibly beneficial? Yes!
You’ve probably heard it … content is king. Actually, it’s not. It’s Caesar. It’s overlord. In other words, content is pretty doggoned important. If you have a business, especially with an online presence, quality content that remains relevant and valuable to consumers is a marketing tool that continues to grow in influence. Pertinent content that keeps your page as high up in search engine rankings as possible is an integral, even critical, part of promoting your business. If you already know that, then you probably also know that content freshness is important. But how important is it to keep your content fresh, and what kind of a role does freshness play in your pages’ rankings? The answer might surprise you.