If you own a website or a blog, you probably often think about what new content to create. But did you know it’s also essential to focus on your existing content?
Having many low-performing posts or pages on your website is not a good look for your business or Google. Did you know that outdated, very similar, or thin content can drag your site down in the search results?
A practice called content pruning can help you prevent this from happening. Let’s take a look at what it is!