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I just put my adult website online few days ago and created a instagram both. The site was empty, and one week after I already started to got visitors.
Flurried I added like a retard around 100 videos the same day, and just remember that’s not good at all to flood like that ..
So I have two questions.
– What I do with the 100 first videos I added ?
– How many videos I have to schedule each days and do I have to scale to amount of videos after a some time ?
There is so much question about SEO … more I read more I dont understand 😀
Thanks !Mr Adult AffiliateKeymaster
You can keep all these existing videos provided you have added unique titles to them, not just copied them from the original source.
Preferably you should update your tube with new content a few times a day. If you are starting out, then you should have at least a few pages of content so your potential visitors have something to watch.BadDragonHubGuest
Thanks a lot for answering.
Unfortainly, I copied the exactly title too .. *facepalm*, So what I do with those, I change title or once it’s published its over ?
Whatever, I’m following your advice for the future.
I just wanted know a last thing. My theme can also import tags and thumbails. This words and images are considered as duplicated content too if there are exactly the same ?
Kind regards.Mr Adult AffiliateKeymaster
You can change the titles anytime and you do not have to do that for all of them at once. You can change twenty of them one day and do the rest in other days.
Images and tags are not as important as the titles, but you should change them manually as well, but you do not have to.BalaboitGuest
Hi, Mister Adult Affiliate!
Reegarding images, I know alt tqgs should be filled. What about the other fields in wordpress image menu (caption, title, description)? Should they be filled, too?MBWUpmEHGuest