Something Old Is Something New 2 comments


Something Old is Something NewWelcome to all bloggers that want to boost your blogs by getting out old posts/stories shared again. Everyone seems to be enjoying the opportunity to share those dust posts that your blog has archived, gone off the screen buried unless you clean them up, refresh with new text, new message and new pictures and banners.  Then they’re ready for sharing on our “Something Old Is Something New” Linkup!

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 a “seasoned post“. 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. This week I have put them in order of the oldest starting back in 2017.

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!

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 are new this week or missed my first post about this event, check it out, I have added 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.

If you have other ‘NEWER’ posts you would like to share, be sure to stop by Friday Features 3/21 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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Comfort Spring Station Garden-Spring-Checklist -6Comfort Station //A Beginning Gardener’s Spring Checklist Posted→ 3/17
Amy Kins Have You Made Rosemary Focaccia-2Amy Kins // Have You Made Rosemary Focaccia Posted  → 4/17
Mamas Brush Watercolor Cupcakes-5Mamas Brush // Watercolor Cupcakes 1/18
Curly Crafty Mom Vignettes Console Table Decor-1Curley Crafty Mom // Spring Vignettes Console Décor Posted 2/18
Kiappia At Home DIY Wooden Tote for Easter-3Kiappia At Home //DIY Wooden Tote for Easter Posted 4/18
Mom Succeeds Best 30-Day Challenge Ideas to Improve Your Life-4Mom Succeeds // Best 30-Day Challenge Ideas to Improve Your Life Posted 8/18

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Related:
How to Revive Old Blog Content and Give It New Life
The Secrets Of A Stand-Out Blog

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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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