Not that it’s hardcore, but there are bloggers who keep a rather meticulous watch on posts that have yielded them huge returns in views. Be it a seasonal event that has a recurring every year or a product update to a previously popular item, bloggers have been taught to maximize traffic (with a simple link mostly) by updating previous posts in the body with more than just using a related post plugin.
Blogging has changed, bringing less focus on well-constructed blog updates to the more “as-it-happens” rush of a Facebook timeline and Twitter. Given that the pulse of the Internet is more immediate in these times, do you still bother to scour your archives, edit previous posts and then re-blast them onto your social networks? Or is this too much work?