I've got a site about widgets and currently when a new widget comes out we publish an initial post/article.
We then try out the widget briefly and post an all new article, and finally we get to take the widget home for a while and really try it out and yet again post and entirely new article.
What I'd like to get some feedback on is this.
Would posting one initial article, that was then updated at each stage and re-titled (title would contain the same major keywords but be changed slightly to reflect the new circumstance)cause any ill-effects for that post/article in google?
First article - "Latest blue widget released"
Updated after 2mths to - "Latest blue widget first trial"
Updated after another 2mths to - "Latest blue widget full test"
So the first article becomes the basis for the second and third, with the content and title being updated with each change as we come to know more about the widget.
This would be a logical way of handling this situation for us, rather than having three articles with broadly similar content and similar titles.
I just wonder how it would be viewed by Google, particularly the title changes.
Any advice would be appreciated.