Repurpose Your Thin Content to Boost Search Engine Optimization

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Turning Thin Content into Strong Content

Is “thin content” plaguing your website?

Thin content can still be GOOD content, but it’s too short to really help your SEO score.

This week, Soulheart SEO expert Tim Jennings gives us some tips on what to do with thin content so it can be found by search engines and help grow your brand.

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Watch the Video: Getting Rid of Thin Content

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Hey guys, Tim from Soulheart here back with another search engine optimization tip for you. Do you have a lot of posts that may be shorter or maybe smaller in content and they’re just not getting found on search engines like Google, but you think they are great? Truth is, that they may just be incomplete and what the searchers intent, or what Google thinks, is more a complete product. So what you need to do is consider focusing on those smaller content pieces and see if you can combine them to form more of a long form content that would answer multiple questions for your user. If you do that, I have a good feeling with other SEO on-page strategies and links and things like that, your page will get found. So don’t leave thin content just out there in the wild. Combine it. Repurpose it. Give your users something of value. 

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Timothy Jennings

Timothy Jennings

Tim is Soulheart's resident SEO expert as well as the Development Manager and Chief Happiness Officer. He's passionate about helping organizations grow by improving their chances of being found by their target audience.
Timothy Jennings
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Timothy Jennings

Tim is Soulheart's resident SEO expert as well as the Development Manager and Chief Happiness Officer. He's passionate about helping organizations grow by improving their chances of being found by their target audience.

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