---- Will Adding More Content Dilute Link Equity of Existing Pages?
Planet13 - 9:13 pm on Oct 15, 2011 (gmt 0)
I wouldn't want to dilute the value of articles I had written myself and had posted on my own site.
I think that the way that Page Rank flows is much more complex than "don't put too many page on your site." The more relevant, HELPFUL content you have on your site, the better.
I have seen my competitors using blogs to add in content and honestly most are dead. I am not sure if I should use a blog or a content section format. What do you think?
What format is going to be best for your visitors? If you will be posting articles that would encourage reader feedback, then a blog might be appropriate. But if you don't think reader feedback would be important to the page, then you might forgo a blog format.
blogs seem best for controversial "timely" postings; topics that might have a short lifespan. I think of blog pages a lot like talk radio. You have a host who covers the topic of the week, and people call in to express their opinions.
Just my two cents.
[edited by: martinibuster at 5:11 pm (utc) on Oct 18, 2011] [edit reason] Fixed per member request. [/edit]