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I think the old stuff isn’t as valuable as the new stuff.

I think the old stuff isn’t as valuable as the new stuff. Sure it provides lots of link juice but really the problem is that most people are most focused on the new content that comes in today rather than the old, evergreen content that was written years ago.

That’s one of the reasons I try to highlight a Back To The Future post once per week. Just one I come across that seems kinda fun to read.

Also, the stuff I wrote back in 2009 isn’t near as good as today so it’s okay. I think the stuff coming in 2017 is going to be really the most valuable. More detailed, more technical, more white paper-ish for F1000 company product divisions.

What do you think? What are you interested in reading?



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