Today, I’m sharing with you the strategy that I use to review the published content and make the changes if required.
Since content is reviewed before the publishing, but after publishing one deep review must be required to check any spelling & grammar mistakes, SEO related things.
Some of the bloggers may review after the publishing, but as I wrote in my previous post “The situation cannot stop blogging – if you are really passionate about it” that I am a part-time blogger and work very late in the night, so it is tough to review the publish content after the publishing.
So, what I do?
My daily routine is to open the website and start reviewing the newly published content in the meetings with the team, coffee shops – when I was free.
So, the first thing that I review – Spelling and grammar mistakes, Title, Description and other subheadings (that are the most important part of the on-page SEO).
And, the second thing – to read each paragraph carefully to check whether main/targeted keywords are bold or not (as you should know that – targeted keywords must be bold and should be repeated some of the times in the content based on the content length).
I keep a pocket diary, pen, and a blank paper with me – to note down the changes.
Some of the images below – of my notes that I need to update in the website after reaching home.
So, this is the way that I use to review the newly published content when I am free.
Wait… I forgot to tell you one thing – I also write blog (short format) on paper and after reaching home I describe it and publish. See the below note of this blog on the paper.
I hope this post may help you to manage your time and you may review your content like this way. Please share your strategy to review the content.
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