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Author: Graham Charlton
Graham Charlton is editor in chief at SaleCycle and is a former editor of the Econsultancy blog. He has worked in the digital industry for more than ten years.
His pet topics include UX, CRO, and ecommerce in general. Add to that mobile, SEO, ill thought-out EU laws, the use of web technology offline, email marketing and that covers quite a bit. He has written several best practice guides on ecommerce and mobile, with more to come.
He can be found prattling-on on Twitter as @gcharlton.
According to iProspect estimates, the travel industry is missing out on £900 million a year in potential revenue due to this poor mobile performance.
SaleCycle has recently conducted some research on increasing online travel bookings, looking at mobile optimisation. All but one of the top 50 travel sites were ‘mobile-friendly’ i.e. they were tailored in some way to a small screen, but good mobile UX goes deeper than that.
I recently read a post on Hubspot, looking at the tactic of reusing older blog content to attract extra traffic and links.
In a nutshell, older posts are updated and republished as new. This means they benefit from promotion on Twitter, in emails, and the attention that comes with being the latest post on the site.
I'd come across this idea before but had dismissed it. However, while I have a couple of reservations about the tactic, I was interested enough to experiment so we've been trying this tactic over the last month.