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Dylan

Hi Richard

Great point, was thinking about this over the weekend. If you look at your "long tail" of most popular content, there will generally be only a handful of core themes or posts that generate 80% of the traffic.

By "re-purposing" or expanding on this earlier work you can create great value for a lot less effort, it's something I've definitely overlooked so thanks for the memory jog.

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