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Is It Time to Archive Your Content?
By: KC Morgan
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    2009-08-31

    Table of Contents:
  • Is It Time to Archive Your Content?
  • Content Management
  • Archived Content
  • Finding the Right System

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    So…how is archived content different? Basically, content management systems compress and store old content, removing it from the main pages of your site. Traffic that scrolls through all your blog entries, for instance, will eventually reach a stopping point.

    Your archived content will still be accessible and fully readable through on-site links and search engine queries. When traffic searches for specific keywords relating to your archived content, they can still click a link to find those pieces. On-site visitors can search through your archives in a similar fashion.

    Your content won’t simply disappear; it will simply be stored away so that you’ll continue to have room for new content. Only when accessed will the management system produce these archived pages, so that old pieces of content take up only a very small space on your site. Space management is very important if you continue to add to your site, and content management makes it possible to manage that space with ease.  

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