Five Big Fat Mistakes people make about Reverse Mortgages

Reverse Mortgage Mistakes

We all make Mistakes – It’s okay

Mistakes Happen and It's Okay

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Reverse Mortgage Expert

Paul Scheper, CRMP, CSA, MBA

Mistakes and Myths and Misconceptions and Mistruths about Reverse Mortgages: Fact vs. Fiction

The five words that describe a reverse mortgage best are simple – It is just a loan.”

— Paul E Scheper, CRMP, MBA, CSA, SRES

IRVINE, CA, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2020 / — Myths, Mistruths, Misconceptions, and Mistakes (The 4 M's) about reverse mortgages and how they work are common. But having access to accurate information as you make your decision about a reverse mortgage can assist you in balancing the pros and cons, and evaluate if a reverse mortgage is right for you. Let's look at the biggest, fattest 5 mistakes that many people still make concerning a reverse mortgage.

Big Fat Mistake #1 — "The bank will own my home."

Reality #1: This is one of the most common misconceptions about reverse mortgages. Just like any mortgage or home equity loan, you continue to own your home, with your name on the title. Of course, you must meet your loan obligations: keeping current with property taxes, homeowners insurance and maintenance.

Big Fat Mistake #2 — "I probably won't qualify because I already have a mortgage."

Reality #2: Proceeds from your reverse mortgage would first be used to pay off any existing mortgage(s).

Big Fat Mistake #3 — "I won't be able to leave my home to my heirs."

Reality #3: Your heirs will still inherit your home, but they will have to pay back the loan balance if they want to keep the home (just like all loans).
This includes the amount of funds you used plus accrued interest and fees. Or, they can sell the home to repay the loan. Once it's repaid, they receive any remaining equity—just like a traditional mortgage or home equity loan.

Big Fat Mistake #4: — "Reverse mortgages are designed to take advantage of retirees."

Reality #4: Reverse mortgages are specifically designed to help retirees. Many people are living longer—and they're rightfully concerned about outliving their retirement savings. The ability to access home equity can provide a greater sense of security, and more financial flexibility. The industry is also highly regulated: Any lender offering reverse mortgages must follow strict state and federal guidelines and regulations that are in place to protect borrowers. In addition, members of the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) pledge to uphold the industry's highest ethical standards.

Big Fat Mistake #5 — "A reverse mortgage should only be used as a last resort."

Reality #5: Many savvy senior homeowners use a reverse mortgage strategically—for example, as a safety net in case of emergencies. In recent years, there have been a number of product advances that have made reverse mortgages more attractive, and academic researchers at respected universities have developed effective strategies for using a reverse mortgage as part of an overall retirement plan. Today, financial advisors are increasingly viewing them as an important option to be seriously considered.

A reverse mortgage needs to be suitable and appropriate for a consumer. It has to be the right loan, for the right person, for the right situation, at the time, and for the right reason. It is just a loan — plain and simple. The main difference is that the interest can be paid later, not monthly. It's a good move to compare a reverse mortgage to a regular mortgage in a "side by side" comparison to see what is right for you.

Paul E. Scheper, President
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Auctus Surgical Awarded 2020 Best Technology in Spine by Orthopedics This Week

Auctus Surgical, developer of a dynamic less-invasive non-fusion spinal correction system known as a vertebral body tethering system (VBT), receives Spine Award

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2020 / — Auctus Surgical, developer of a dynamic less-invasive non-fusion spinal correction system known as a vertebral body tethering system (VBT) used for non-fusion growth modulation in pediatric scoliosis patients, recently received 2020 Best Technology in Spine Award from Orthopedics This Week.

Auctus joins the ranks of past medical device winners who each went on to generate significant traction and success. To name a few 2018 winners: Augmedics raised $15 million in Series B fundraising, Green Sun Medical raised $2.5 million in Series A funding, K2M Inc. sold to Stryker for $1.4 billion, and 2019 winner ControlRad raised $15 million in Series B financing.

The Auctus system was designed from the ground up with the guidance of an experienced group of pediatric orthopedic surgeons to specifically address the limitations of current tethering approaches. The Dynesys system from Zimmer received a Humanitarian Device Exemption late last year to become the the first commercially available VBT system in the United States. In contrast to the Zimmer system, the dynamic Auctus VBT system incorporates a magnetic adjustment system allowing for non-surgical adjustments of the implanted tethering system as well as a tether material with superior strength and handling properties.

According to Mohammad Diab, MD, Chief of Pediatric Orthopedic surgery at UCSF. “The Dynamic Auctus Tethering system has been developed specifically for non-fusion pediatric scoliosis correction, and will provide the adjustability needed to take the current tethering procedure options to the next level.”
Auctus serves as an active portfolio company of IntuitiveX, a premier leading life science technology incubator and consultancy. Auctus is currently filling out a $2.0M seed round to advance to first-in-mail clinical trials.

You can view Auctus winning the 2020 Best Technology in Spine Award here.

About IntuitiveX
IntuitiveX is a life science consulting firm and incubator. With a team of life science entrepreneurs, investors, and innovators, IntuitiveX brings a combined 100+ years of experience in R&D, Clinical, Surgical, IP Strategy, Prototyping, Product Development, and Commercialization. We catalyze medical innovation by removing the complexities, cost barriers, and time sensitivities related to introducing new products into the market. From initial concept to final commercialization, IntuitiveX has the in-house knowledge and network to meet the unique needs of the most innovative life science companies in the world. With a portfolio spanning 12+ life sciences companies from spinal implant devices to AI/ML in surgical navigation, IntuitiveX is capable of generating millions in value, making the opportunity to diversify one's investment simple.

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Reverse Mortgage Retirement – 8 Steps down the Yellow Brick Retirement Road

Reverse Mortgages can lead retirees to the Land of Comfort

8 Steps down the Yellow Brick Road to Retirement

Reverse Mortgage Expert

Paul Scheper, CRMP, CSA, MBA

Smart Move for Retirement Planning

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Inch by Inch, it's a Cinch. Yard by Yard, it's Hard. The 8 steps to getting a reverse mortgage.

A reverse mortgage needs to be the right loan, for the right person, at the right time, and for the right reason.”

— Paul E Scheper, CRMP, MBA, CSA, SRES

IRVINE, CA, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2020 / — In the Wizard of Oz, Dorothy had a little help from her friends to get down the Yellow Brick Road to the Land of Oz. With Reverse Mortgages, you'll need some help, too. Instead of relying on Toto, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Lion, you'll need help from a Certified Reverse Mortgage Professional (CRMP) to guide you down these 8 steps. A CRMP is the highest designation that a reverse mortgage loan officer can obtain, but even a CRMP gets a little help, too. A CRMP has the fortune of having a great trade association (NRMLA) to provide excellent and timely information on how a reverse mortgage might, or might not, be suitable and appropriate for a senior homeowner. FHA approved counseling agencies are a huge help, too. Plus, software programs that make "running the numbers" easy to see and compare with a regular mortgage. Another huge help are educational videos on YouTube (www.ReverseTube.TV is popular).

Here are 8 steps down the Reverse Mortgage Yellow Brick Road to Retirement:

1. Learn, Read, get Educated about About Reverse Mortgages
This step is all about awareness and education This is where, at age 60 or older, and you own a home, you hear about reverse mortgages. You hear a Radio Ad, or watch a TV spot. This is the stage where you hear about the myths and realities of a reverse mortgage and start reading and asking questions.

2. Upfront Education
How do you begin to learn about a reverse mortgage? You contact a reverse mortgage professional (it doesn't have to be a CRMP designated expert, but it can't hurt to talk to the best of the best) at a lender who specializes in these loans. We recommend you contact a CRMP, or google around for a true pro.

3. Counseling
A reverse mortgage can give seniors a second lease on life. Counseling is required for all HECMs. This is really good news because it's an extra safety hedge of protection so that seniors learn all of the facts, and alternatives from a neutral 3rd party. Reverse mortgages need to be evaluated to make sure it's the right loan, for the right person, at the right time, and for the right reason.

4. Application/Fees/Disclosures
If you proceed with a reverse mortgage loan (yes, it's just a loan), then you select a lender. The person you will be dealing with is called a loan originator or reverse mortgage consultant. You need to establish a relationship with a professional who has integrity, character and who is all about one thing — making sure the reverse mortgage is suitable and appropriate, based on YOUR needs.

5. Loan Processing
Once a reverse mortgage lender has your counseling certificate in hand, and the loan application registered, then the next step is "loan processing." Processing involves ordering the appraisal, opening title/escrow, getting the credit report run, checking the HOA and insurance and tax information related to the property. The income compared to the debts will determine the creditworthiness, and the property appraisal is critical for a final loan approval to be achieived.

6. Closing
Once the loan is approved (credit, income, assets, property value), then the final loan documents are prepared to be signed and notarized.

7. Disbursement
The homeowner has three business days after signing the papers to make sure the figures all add up and are what was disclosed during step 4 above.
These three days are known as the “Right of Rescission” period, and it gives the lender 3 days to set up the disbursements and do a final QC on the loan so that everything is on time, on schedule for disbursement and funding and paying off the old loan (if applicable).

8. The Post-Closing Step
After the loan closes, a loan “Servicer“ manages the account and is responsible for sending you a monthly statement, and for disbursing monthly payments to the homeowner (if this payment option is chosen), and advancing funds. It's a key step because "AFTER" the loan funds, the homeowner needs to check in with their CRMP or Reverse Mortgage Loan Officer to make sure the monthly statement is accurate and perfect.

Paul E. Scheper, President
Loangevity Mortgage
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Sequent Announces Major Expansion of Tokenized Touchless Payments Services in ASEAN Region with Virtusa

SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, December 1, 2020 / — Sequent Inc., the pioneer in securing digital credentials on smartphones, announces the launch of a suite of products and services that allow Issuing Banks to instantly and securely provision payment cards on mobile devices. With Sequent’s technology, consumers can wave their mobile device at the point of sale and never touch the reader when making a transaction. Sequent’s secure banking apps enable touchless mobile transactions to drive banks’ top-line revenue, deliver lift in transaction volume and reduce costs. Sequent’s Tokenization Technology is a formidable fraud prevention tool which economically and securely enables NFC capability.

Sequent’s Tokenization Technology seamlessly integrates with Virtusa’s Core Banking services. The Virtusa Sequent relationship enables banks to begin testing within a week and enter production in as little as three months with a fully branded, fully scheme certified touchless payment capability.

“Our relationship with Sequent enables Virtusa customers to instantly issue the secure payment cards for our bank customers,” said Amit Bhute, SVP and global head of payments, Virtusa. “With contactless payments, consumers never have to touch a terminal and they have the enhanced security of Sequent’s Tokenized Technology Suite.”

Sequent, CEO Joan Ziegler said, “We have a great partner in Virtusa at the right time to address the needs of the ASEAN region. Virtusa’s digital banking solutions conveniently put consumers’ payment card data on their bank customers’ mobile devices. This is urgently needed during pandemic times, so consumers have peace of mind when they make a payment knowing that they need never touch the payment terminal and they have transacted securely. In the event of a data breach, Sequent’s Tokenization Technology prevents fraudsters from using the genuine cardholder’s data because the compromised data is invalidated so it is of no value to a fraudster. Meanwhile the genuine cardholder’s data is seamlessly updated and secured so they continue to shop without disruption.”

About Sequent
Sequent, Inc., a global leader in securing data on the move, provides tokenized digital credentials to enable secure transactions for consumers, businesses and governments using mobile apps. The Sequent Tokenized Technology empowers banks, transit agencies, access control providers, and credential issuers to securely digitize and tokenize any credential for secure payments, secure identification and access. Sequent’s Tokenization Technology is cloud native and engineered to be friction free and future proof.
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JVP Invests in Cue Intelligence scripting and workflow software

‘Cue’d up for success and aligned with growth industries, online retail and services

Cue is a great addition to our portfolio.”

— JVP Managing Partner Matt Johnson

ATLANTA, GA, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2020 / — Johnson Venture Partners (JVP), a venture capital fund that invests in high-growth startups, is proud to announce an investment in Cue Intelligence. JVP led the seed round for Cue, a provider of scripting and workflow software for sales teams.

Cue assists inside sales and service reps navigate through conversations the right way, every time. Based on giving visual cues of what is being said, the solution helps duplicate a top producers’ experience, knowledge, and confidence to accelerate the new hire learning curve for these representatives.

The $500,000 seed round was led by JVP with participation from Arogeti Investments, Atlanta Technology Angels, and Bob Cramer. Cue is recognized as an up-and-comer company and is an ATDC Accelerate participating company.

“Cue is a great addition to our portfolio,” said JVP Managing Partner Matt Johnson. “As the world continues to trend toward online business ranging from retail sales to online services to telehealth, solutions like Cue Intelligence will be necessary for stabilizing the customer experience and ensuring that sales and customer support reps are trained to communicate and assist consumers consistently.”

This investment round allows Georgia-based Cue to increase customer acquisition by increasing sales and marketing efforts, enhancing its technology platform, and expanding product development while in rapid growth mode.

Please visit to learn more about JVP and its investment portfolio.

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About Johnson Venture Partners (JVP)
Johnson Venture Partners (JVP) is a micro venture capital fund investing in high-growth startups in the Southeast. The fund seeks long-term capital growth through a diversified portfolio of startup companies with high potential for growth to acquisition, IPO or other liquidity event. JVP was founded in 2006 and is based in Atlanta, GA.

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Bates Group Selects BasisCode as Compliance Software Platform Partner

Carlos Guillen, President & CEO, BasisCode Compliance

Jennifer L. Stout, Chief Executive Officer, Bates Group

Bates Compliance Consulting Practice Will Utilize BasisCode to Optimize Delivery of its Client Consulting Services

When we discovered BasisCode Compliance, we were confident that this solution would enable us to improve our efficiency and strengthen our ability to support our clients.”

— Jennifer L. Stout

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, US, December 1, 2020 / — Bates Group LLC has adopted the BasisCode Compliance™ software platform to serve as the compliance management and service delivery vehicle for its Bates Compliance consulting practice.

“We’ve been evaluating the evolving needs of our compliance consulting clients, and looking for a software platform that could address their needs while optimizing our own ability to enhance the delivery of our consulting services,” said Jennifer L. Stout, Chief Executive Officer of Bates Group. “When we discovered BasisCode Compliance, we were confident that this solution would enable us to improve our efficiency and strengthen our ability to support our clients."

The Bates Group is a litigation, regulatory and compliance consulting partner to leading Fortune 500 companies, law firms, registered investment advisers, broker-dealers, hedge & private equity funds, investment companies and financial professionals.

“We are excited about adding one of the industry’s leading compliance consulting firms to our growing list of partners,” said Carlos Guillen, President & CEO, BasisCode Compliance. “Knowing Bates’ dedication to delivering superior services to their clients, we are proud to be able to provide the robust framework for their expanding services and evolving needs. The Bates relationship solidifies BasisCode’s positioning as a leader in Regtech.”

BasisCode Compliance’s cloud-based software suite is used by over 400 organizations globally, and has a 99% retention rate among its clients, which includes leading compliance consulting firms. The comprehensive platform helps improve compliance management for financial firms and compliance consultants by simplifying processes ranging from compliance testing and risk assessment to trading surveillance, insider trading and staff certifications.

About Bates Group
Bates Group ( has been a trusted partner to our financial services clients and their counsel for over 30 years, delivering superior quality and results on a cost-effective basis. With a roster of nearly 200 financial industry and regulatory compliance experts, Bates provides solutions throughout the lifecycle of legal, regulatory, and compliance matters, offering services in AML and financial crimes, regulatory enforcement and internal investigations, compliance, risk management, litigation consultation and testimony, forensic accounting, and damages consulting.

The Bates Compliance team of experienced compliance professionals provides comprehensive offerings and guidance for IA and BD clients, assisting with supervision, compliance, risk assessments, policies and procedures, annual compliance reviews and exams, AML and internal audit functions on an as-needed or ongoing basis. We closely review and test policies and procedures, supervisory and compliance processes while recommending changes to supplement and enhance compliance and supervisory systems, and to remediate the results of regulatory, litigation, and internal audit findings and decisions.

About BasisCode Compliance: Founded in 2011, BasisCode Compliance LLC is the first compliance software company to reverse engineer a complete governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solution, including Code of Ethics administration. The scalable, fully integrated and always audit-ready software platform manages the risk lifecycle from identification to resolution. It enhances compliance controls and decision-making to safeguard each firm and its clients. Over 400 organizations globally rely on BasisCode.

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The 50 Best Home-Based Franchise Businesses to Start in 2020

Dream Vacations franchise owner Grant Springer

Army vet Grant Springer now works from home (and while traveling the globe) as a franchise owner with Dream Vacations.

Franchise Business Review Identified 50 Top Home-Based Franchises Based on Independent Research of Owner Satisfaction

Interest in home-based businesses is greater than ever in light of the pandemic. For anyone considering starting a home business, franchise ownership is a great way to go.”

— Michelle Rowan, President & COO, Franchise Business Review

PORTSMOUTH, NH, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2020 / — Franchise Business Review, an independent market research firm serving the franchise sector, has released its research on the best home-based franchises. Fifty brands were named in a newly released report identifying the top home-based business opportunities with the highest franchisee satisfaction.

Franchise Business Review provides ratings of franchise opportunities based solely on survey research that measures franchisee satisfaction and performance. Franchise Business Review publishes rankings of the top franchises in its annual Guide to Today’s Top Franchises, as well as guides throughout the year recognizing the top franchises in specific sectors.

“Interest in home-based businesses is greater than ever in light of the pandemic. For anyone considering starting a home business, franchise ownership is a great way to go,” said Michelle Rowan, president & COO of Franchise Business Review. “The key is to find an industry that excites you and then do your due diligence to find a franchise company that is invested in helping you succeed. From our perspective, franchisee satisfaction is one of the most important factors to consider when doing your research.”

To identify the companies on the list of the Top Home-Based Franchises, Franchise Business Review analyzed 18 months of data from over 300 franchise brands, representing over 28,000 franchise owners, that participated in our satisfaction research. Franchisees were surveyed on 33 benchmark questions about their experience and satisfaction regarding critical areas of their franchise systems, including financial opportunity, leadership, training & support, and the franchisee community.

“It can be extremely difficult to start a business on your own, but many home-based franchises are affordable options that also offer a proven business model backed by the help and support of the franchisor – if you find the right opportunity,” said Eric Stites, founder and CEO of Franchise Business Review. “Our 2020 list of the Top Home-Based Franchises includes 50 fantastic businesses that can be started as a home-based business — all of which have outstanding satisfaction with their franchise owners based on our research.”

The complete list of the Top Home-Based Franchises is available at:

Research on the Top Franchises for 2021 is now underway. Franchisors who are interested in participating should visit:

About Franchise Business Review
Franchise Business Review (FBR) is a leading market research firm serving the franchise sector. FBR measures the satisfaction and engagement of franchisees and publishes various guides and reports for entrepreneurs considering an investment in a franchise business. Since 2005, FBR has surveyed hundreds of thousands of franchise owners and over 1,100 leading franchise companies. FBR publishes free and unbiased franchisee satisfaction research reports throughout the year online at To read our publications, visit

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National Security Capital Advisors advises Zot, Inc on its sale to T-Rex Solutions

National Security Capital Advisors advises Zot, Inc on its sale to T-Rex Solutions

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National Security Capital Advisors advises Zot, Inc on its sale to T-Rex Solutions

National Security Capital Advisors LLC (“NSCA”) is pleased to announce that it served as the exclusive financial advisor to Zot, Inc. (“Zot”) in its sale to T-Rex Solutions, LLC (“T-Rex”). Zot is a pure-play engineering services firm, having supported the Intelligence Community exclusively for over 22 years by providing software and systems engineering services. Zot is positioned in several of the highest priority programs within the IC. Zot was the first company to link with VMware to virtualize major public IT resources and today possesses a reputation as virtualization subject matter experts.

T-Rex Solutions is a leading IT professional services firm helping the federal government modernize, protect, and scale its systems and data. T-Rex has designed, built, integrated, and operated some of the world’s largest critical systems for the Federal government. T-Rex has technical expertise in Cloud Adoption, Cybersecurity, Data Engineering, Systems Integration, and Mission Critical Services.

About National Security Capital Advisors

NSCA is a specialized investment bank focused exclusively on the optimized deployment of people and capital to projects of importance for National Security. NSCA combines the executive team’s decades of experience in this market segment with over 100 renowned industry Executive Affiliates and Executive Associates to assist us in deeply understanding our client’s business and needs.

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Top Accredited Contractor Network, NAPAC, Picks FinMkt’s Financing Solutions for its Members

NAPAC chooses FinMkt’s best-in-class point of sale financing and payment platform for its ease of use, seamless second look offers, and lower cost.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, December 1, 2020 / — FinMkt, the leading SaaS provider of point of sale consumer finance technology, has announced their strategic partnership with NAPAC, the National Association of Professionally Accredited Contractors. The partnership will provide NAPAC’s members with an easy-to-use multi-lender point of sale financing platform for homeowners across the credit spectrum. FinMkt’s powerful lending platform gives consumers the ability to review and compare buy now pay over time offers through one universal application.

NAPAC-accredited contractors are licensed and insured, have a minimum of 7 years in business, and hold a commitment to 100 percent customer satisfaction using a third-party rating system. After reviewing financing options for their members, NAPAC chose FinMkt’s best-in-class platform to offer their network of contractors for its ease of use, seamless second look offers, and lower cost.

“At NAPAC, we are focused on helping elite home improvement companies improve their profitability. We teamed with FinMkt because their advanced technology allows our members to quickly access the best financing offers for both the contractor and the homeowner,” according to Stephen J. Klein, Executive President of NAPAC.

“While many industries have seen a decline in business over the past several months because of Covid-19 restrictions, the home improvement industry has not suffered the same fate. Demand is high for home improvement as people spend more time at home but consumer expectations have changed,” says Luan Cox, CEO and co-founder of FinMkt. “Homeowners want a secure and contactless way to apply for financing and make payments. Our platform enables contractors to meet these expectations.”


NAPAC stands for the National Association of Professionally Accredited Contractors, an organization founded to provide homeowners with elite remodeling contractors who have a verifiable track record for customer satisfaction. As a buying group, NAPAC leverages the sales volume of their member companies to negotiate better rates for financing, credit card processing, as well as technology and marketing services that allow them to increase sales and decrease costs. To learn more about NAPAC, visit

About FinMkt

FinMkt is passionate about delivering best-in-class technology to improve the way consumers access competitive financing. FinMkt has developed a state-of-the-art multi-lender platform to facilitate point-of-sale financing for the home improvement, retail and medical verticals. FinMkt's scalable, patent-pending SaaS platform includes seamless APIs and fully hosted white-label solutions. To learn more, please visit or reach us by email at

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Joseph Verrico: Why Content Removal is Critical in 2021

Joseph Verrico is a content management expert who understands the importance of tracking your content's success and making sure that it converts to your needs.

SARASOTA, FLORIDA, USA, December 1, 2020 / — Joseph Verrico is a content management expert who understands the importance of tracking your content's success and making sure that it converts to your needs. Content removal is something that many companies don't fully understand. However, it will be crucial in 2021 due to the new changes that will be implemented by search engines.

Why Content Removal is So Important According to Joseph Verrico

In 2021, Google plans to update its search algorithms to increase its effectiveness and ability to seek high-quality content. Google Panda updates will change a lot of what to expect, Joseph Verrico says, especially when it comes to the type of content that will be appreciated. The changes aren't known yet, but Joseph Verrico has a few ideas of what may occur here.

Increasing the uniqueness of content is going to be huge in 2021, Joseph Verrico argues, as Google improves its algorithms and makes it easier to spot repeats. Authority is going to matter even more, Joseph Verrico states that more companies will find that their outsourced content doesn't hold the same weight because it lacks a name or an identity.

Therefore, Joseph Verrico argues that content removal is critical in 2021 and that you should start the process in a way that makes sense for your business. The method of removing content isn't something that you can approach without a lot of care. It is critical to examine the steps outlined below to ensure that you succeed where others in your field may have failed with content management.

How to Remove Content Successfully

The first step in the plan created by Joseph Verrico is to audit your content and decide how well it performs. Check its SEO stats, including how long people visit, how often they come, and whether they head to other site areas first. Joseph Verrico states that most content on your site may end up stalling your customers if it feels like a hard sell or doesn't seem to have a unique purpose.

Ask yourself this tough question: does this content serve a purpose for my customers? If so, Joseph Verrico says it is critical to check the keywords next. Perhaps you have some dead keywords that aren't converting any more, and you need to get rid of them. Or maybe you have to add some new keywords that Joseph Verrico believes will enhance your old content quality.

Now, you need to decide whether you want to upgrade that content, keep it as it is, or remove it entirely. Joseph Verrico suggests moving any negative content such as political-oriented messages, topics that have been proven wrong, or any other controversial items. Keep your website strictly business-oriented, and you can succeed.

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