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brian4105
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posting articles

newbie question

Would it be o.k. if I posted my articles first, to get my website up and running, then go back and rewrite them?
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sonitin
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I won't recommend it, the better approach will be to just rewrite one article and upload it.
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wollowra
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Hi Brian,
Before writing your articles you would want to do some keyword research right?
Just writing an article for the sake of a filling space is a waste of time in my opinion.
However you may rank for some key phrases without even knowing and if you did, then you may as well keep the articles on the site and write more content related to that high ranking articles subject matter.
You build a site to add value, solve problems and make money correct? so why not do it properly right from the start.
Think long term.

Having said this, having some content on a site is better than having none at all or worse yet, not even starting a site. :)

Regards
Troy
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brian4105
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Thanks Troy, I am just getting a little anxious to get my 1st site up and running.
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maryt
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Hi Brian,

If it is your first site, you may want to carefully finish and polish everything and that includes writing quality content and then posting it <period>. The thing is to most websites, especially if it is a new site, you want to make the first impression. If readers find your content with misspelled words, typo errors, wrong grammar, etc, they may not visit your site again.

If you are too anxious to finish your website, I suggest you do soft launching. If you have too many pages to publish, prioritize the pages that you want published first and make sure they are all done- from graphics, text, layout, links, etc. This is better than publishing everything at once but most pages are half done.
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