Something Old Is Something New 17 comments


Something Old is Something New
Welcome to all bloggers that want to boost their blogs by getting out old posts/stories shared again. Last week was great, lots of interest and great comments, here are a few.

Joanne said: “What a fabulous idea! I added it to my list of linkys and will definitely be back!”

Sarah said: “Great party! I love the idea of keeping old posts alive. Thank you so much for hosting!”

WT said: “Thank you for hosting this ‘older’ blog post link up- It gave me an opportunity to revise some of my much older posts (I posted 2 from 2014) and realize I need to get back in there and adjust some SEO. I’ve learned a bit since then:)”

Remember I mentioned in the Intro to this event how sharing old posts can be a boost to your blogs SEO and helps your ROI, By resharing old blog posts, a seasoned blog post can generate organic traffic. And chances are if a new blogger happens to stumble on your blog they haven’t seen the other 99% of your content. According to Neil Patel, it makes sense to make the most out of seasoned posts. But don’t take my word for it, read here Bring Old Blog Posts Back to Life: 5 Strategies that Work So with that let’s get busy and share those “OLD” posts.

Bloggers are some of the most creative, imaginative and talented women and sometimes men. Whether you bake, sew, create crafts, recycle, upcycle or make home improvements, renovations, write about blogging, saving money, health, dieting,  how you built a business, or sharing an idea from an old post, this is going to be a great way to share those buried stories, archived stories!!

I love helping bloggers and promoting them, that’s why I came up with this event. I hope you will support the event each week, signup for early notifications and other upcoming announcements!
Reminder Dont forget to change your clock, this weekend time to move time forward⏰

Time to get ready! For Something Old is Something NewNow I’m here to help you reinvigorate your blogs and help your SEO.

But if you missed my first post about this event, I have made updates tips and hints on what we are about to accomplish here, if you did not read the Announcement there are lots of tips to get started.
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If you have other ‘NEW” posts you would like to share, be sure to stop by Friday Features and Linkup there.
I hope that you will enjoy this new event,  as this week I am featuring a few blogs that followed the rules.

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Blooming Anomaly Caring and Pruning Fuschias 2017Blooming Anomaly // Caring and Pruning Fuschias 2017
Ann is a blogger and gardener and loves sharing her ideas about gardening in small spaces while on a budget.
Curly Craft Mom // Glittery St. Patricks Day Banner 2014
Carrie blogs about her kids, her life, but, over time and a blog name change and revamp she now share more about DIY and crafts… along with redesigns throughout our home.
Sarahs Indiana Tea Garden // Tea: A Quick Guide  2018
Sarah loves gardening, her puppies, learning new crafts spending time with her family and is a Tea Enthusiast
Amy Kins Blog // The Art of Collecting 2016
Amy is a Navy wife living in Annapolis, mom to a kindergartener loves to back and is an avid collector.
Create With Joy // Mini Teriyaki Meat Loaves 2015
Ramona’s has an inspirational lifestyle, celebrating life and family. She has a love for cats and they have her well trained to feed them and care for all their needs.
Nellie’s Cozy Place // More of St. Augustine  her favorite memories 2009
Nellie loves creating a beautiful home, setting beautiful tables, has been married for 48+ years. Love to work in the yard and find time for romantic comedy movies.
Unexplained Underfoot Objects  // Quick and Easy Thai Food Recipes 2014
Wendy and Wt run a homestead in New Hampshire, they take care of chickens, gardening, and bees. As they worked hard for 6 years, became self-employed and never looked back.
They have 2 dogs a cat and a Russian tortoise named Guss and a fish. And there’s much more.


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About Karren Haller

I am a +70 Blogger that loves connecting with other women through blogging. A new recipe always intrigues, finding a new craft, creating bracelets occasionally and gardening is a favorite and writing brand reviews is a favorite for my readers. But most of all the connection to other bloggers. Creativity, simple life and getting things done

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