Hacking QDF with WordPress Plugins

Hacking QDF with WordPress Plugins

Can we hack QDF with WP plugins?

Having content that is regularly updated not only boosts crawl rate, but Google gives preference to pages which are continually updated for _some_ queries.

If you think a query you’re trying to rank for will benefit from freshness, here’s an idea.

I noticed there’s a couple “scheduled content updater” plugins on the market like TAO Schedule Update.

The problem is:

1) You can’t schedule multiple updates at once. It would be ideal to “daisy chain” multiple updates over weeks/months at once.
2) The old post is replaced with a new post, so a new date is placed. Thus, the blog post appears at the top of the blog. (this doesn’t bother me too much, but would be nice if it didn’t do that)

Anyone out there that knows of a better solution than TAO?


Andrew Scherer

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