Has anyone updated their old articles?
I was going through my content and found an article that I had written on the FIFA World Cup back in 2010 and I thought I would updated it for 2018. Anyone else do this to their articles? If so did you see any benefit in doing so? Thanks!
Yes, I do try to update my articles periodically. If you do, the potential benefit is that the article could get a higher score, which could bring it more views. On the other hand, I have also found that I don't seem to be able to access a lot of old articles for editing, maybe because of (yet another!) glitch in the system.
I update my articles by season. I fix links, edit, and add a Pinterest graphic that I create on Canva. The new graphic is great not only for Pinterest, but for Twitter.
Thanks HLesley and mommy! I use Canva as well for my social media posts, didn't think to use them for here.
Lesley I believe you've had this problem for a while, no? So far the articles I've accessed I haven't had any issues with editing them, I'm really sorry that you have. However they still haven't deleted the articles that I asked them to delete several times. I really do wish we had control over that.
Yes, I have had this issue for a while. I have a fairly recent article that got a low score and I would really like to upgrade it, but every time I go there I just get an endlessly spinning circle.
Ryan did delete one of my articles recently. I explained that I had someone who wished to publish it elsewhere and pay me for it, and he did it right away.
However, I now have an issue with no looks or reads being recorded for my articles every since the earnings update a couple of weeks ago. I contacted Ryan. He told me to contact Kevin. I have since messaged Kevin twice (with a follow up e mail to Ryan) and have received no response from either of them.
Wouldn't mind starting up writing again but in a more niche driven way. That said, there's too much uncertainty at the moment and am trying to figure out what the admins plans are.
Yeah, me too!
I have had edits rejected as well, and they were on old articles that, quite honestly, were not all that good. The standards were raised and what passed muster in the old SEO days would not pass now. I did manage to fix what was wrong.
While I no longer write new articles here, I have had success updating links and adding fresh images, especially ones that are going to look good on Pinterest. I do the same for my blogs and it does attract new traffic.
PM the admins on their personal Facebook pages. I have had articles removed that way.
And yes, a contest would breathe fresh life into this site!