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The Power of Revisiting Old Content for New Ideas

Profile photo of James Submitted by James August 28, 2013 Website: www.searchenginejournal.com

One of the biggest challenges I constantly see for bloggers is the struggle of coming up with new ideas for content. In case you haven’t noticed by now, inspiration tends to show up in somewhat inconvenient places and at inconvenient times. That’s why it’s really important to develop some sort of writing/creation process that you can use on a regular basis. But let’s say you’re completely stuck. One thing you might have overlooked is your old content. Believe it or not, revisiting old content can lead to lots of new ideas.

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    Great idea! I’m a fan of looking through old photographs, memorabilia, all kinds of letters(business or personal), email even(!), and of course, posts that I love. But I never thought about using it to create new content.

    I’m getting the point of it especially because we always observe something new about old posts. I also agree that new people might find these new observations, or new ideas interesting. :)

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