Static Page on wordpress or most recent post?

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Whats better for SEO? I mean, I just wrote a 1000 word keyword rich document, should I make that the home page and just list posts/pages on the side or just let the most recent one post? Anyone? Anyone?
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  • Profile picture of the author hostwindsEvanM
    Google does love new content. I dont have an exact answer to the question, though I would be sure that if you do have your content rotate that everything else retains your SEO and/or your content follows.
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    • Profile picture of the author pers1t
      There is another solution, just make your 1000-word post "sticky", so it will always be on top.
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    • Profile picture of the author dirocket
      Originally Posted by hostwindsEvanM View Post

      Google does love new content. I dont have an exact answer to the question, though I would be sure that if you do have your content rotate that everything else retains your SEO and/or your content follows.
      yes its best solution for this.
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  • Profile picture of the author jameseyoakum
    First, your home page content should be a short description about what your site does. It doesn't matter of its a 300 word content or 1000 as long as its unique, Google always love new content and specially that is very interesting to your readers.
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  • Profile picture of the author SynLanTech
    Depends honestly. Running 1000 words will make it hard for google to actually look at the rest of your page. Shorten that up, sticky it, and include more posts that rotate below it.
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  • Profile picture of the author anna14
    concentrate on content quality not on no. of words....
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Simpson
    I actually have two blogs, one has a static home page and one has the most recent posts. And they both do equally well in google. I really think that it doesn't matter, just make the content on your static page (if that's the way you go) very 'sticky', as these guys say. My site has an introductory paragraph, then introductions to the different areas on my site. It's kind of like the beginning of a walking trial.
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