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How to Repurpose Content for Better SEO

How to Repurpose Content for Better SEO

Here's a quick tip for getting free Google traffic by simply tailoring content to specific niches.

Assume you've written an authoritative piece on how to start a profitable blog. You go through the entire process of finding a niche, creating posts, and earning money. You worked very hard on this article and are very proud of it.

You'll now tailor your article to different niches in order to leverage your work and get free traffic. "How to Start a Pet Blog," "How to Start a Home Health Care Blog," "How to Start a Travel Blog," "How to Start an Investing Blog," and so on.

For each post, 90 percent or more of your content will be the same. All you have to do is tweak a few things and tweak your keywords so that each new post is tailored to the niche.

When someone searches for "How to Start a Pet Blog," your chances of having your post appear at the top of Google have increased dramatically because your title and content are an exact match for the search. Of course, just like the original post, you'll want to optimize each blogpost for search.

Another thing: Because each post is ultra-niche specific, you might want to contact relevant social media groups as well to spread the word. Certain Facebook groups for pet parents, for example, would be very interested to learn that you've written a comprehensive piece on how they can start their own pet blog.

Bonus points if you also provide each post in a nicely formatted PDF edition that they can download in exchange for their email address.

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About Kavi

I've been living the online solopreneur lifestyle for over 20 years. I began as a freelancer back in 2000 and have since created my own software company, hosting service, produced information products, and engaged in affiliate marketing.

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