Creating evergreen content is extremely vital as a blogger. If you remember just one tip from me then truly I hope it’s this one. If you’re only creating content that is seasonal and doesn’t have longevity then you should definitely reconsider your blog strategy because you’re going to want to have at least a few posts that are timeless and able to consistently bring people to your website.
Why It’s Important to Create Evergreen Content
What is evergreen content?
Evergreen content is content that remains relevant no matter how old it is. A good example of evergreen content are how to guides. These will remain relevant for the long haul for the most part.
Types of Evergreen Content
- how to guides
- resource list
Reason #1: Better for SEO
Evergreen content has a better chance of ranking in search engines because it isn’t just relevant for one specific day or season – it’s relevant for years. You want to create content that people can happen upon and it’ll still be relevant years later versus content that expires within a few days or weeks of being posted.
Reason #2: Increase in traffic
Since evergreen content is better for SEO that means that you’ll probably experience an increase in traffic to your website from search engines if you’ve implemented proper SEO techniques on your evergreen post. I recommend having at least a handful of evergreen posts available on your site but the more, the better.
Reason #3: Enhances social shares
I don’t know about you but I’m more likely to share content that will be relevant a year from now versus 30 days from now. Although talking about the latest fashion trends is fun, it isn’t going to be a consistent traffic driver to your website since it isn’t evergreen.
Are you currently creating a lot of evergreen blog posts? Please feel free to let me know down in the comments.
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