This blog is more than ten years old. Blogs were different in 2004 before social media took off.
In the early years, I posted a lot of little snippets before Facebook and Twitter were the place for these. That means there’s a lot of crap on my blog. (I won’t link to it here because it’s going away, as you’ll see.)
If you’ve had a blog for a while, you might be faced with the same dilemma: What to do about old posts that have outlived their usefulness?
I started looking for posts that would either 1) embarrass me if someone landed on them or 2) lead readers astray with dead links or outdated information.
You can follow my revitalization process if you think it might serve you.
First, Review Google Analytics
What are your high-performing posts? While you can measure post performance in