Blog Post Updates Tracker
Your blog content is almost never "done." You have to monitor your keywords and traffic and make updates to try to get more visitors (which means more $$$).
While you know you need to do this, the issue is when you make the updates, knowing first of all if it was a good move and secondly, remember what in the world you did!!
You may have a notebook where you can write down what you changed, but what about if it was effective or not? Do you know how to track that?
Nope! You have to analyze it to see if it works or not.
The Blog Post Updates tracker is the tool that helps you recall everything you update and then analyze those updates to see if they worked - or not!
How does it work?
You'll enter your stats and keywords after your post has been live for a few months. Then, you'll enter the new keywords, title, description, and other changes you want to make.
After a few more months pass, you'll enter the traffic details after the updates were made. You'll compare this to the original results (and the sheet tells you which was the most effective).
You continue doing this (it tracks 5 updates). Entering the new keywords and details so you can always recall what you changed every time you hit publish.
The magic happens when the tracking tool tells you whether the first or second layout is the most effective. It then compares the original post to the FIVE updates to let you know which was the most effective in traffic!!
You may have a few questions now that you know what it does. I get it!
How is this delivered?
Once you finalize your purchase, you'll be directed to the login screen. From there, you'll set up your email and password and will be inside the vault. It is here where you will find the tracker link (which will take you to Google Sheets, where you'll make a copy).
You will always have access to a clean file copy, should you need it.
Is this a physical product?
Nope. It is a digital file, so nothing is mailed to you.
How long do I have access?
Lifetime! You never have to pay to get these tools again.
Stop wondering if your SEO efforts are working or not. Track and monitor every change to know what works best for your site.