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Posts Tagged With ‘ SEO Tips ’

Find Out Why Your Site Isn’t Showing Up On Google

By creating a strong SEO strategy you can get your websites listed in Google search results and increase organic traffic. But sometimes a change in the search engine algorithm makes your site disappear from the listnings. Ahrefs contributor Joshua Hardwick has shared nine reasons why your websites are not showing up on Google. Hardwick says, […]

Aren’t 301s, 302s, and aanonicals all basically the same? [video]

The MOZ team has published new Whiteboard Friday video titled ‘Aren’t 301s, 302s, and aanonicals all basically the same?’ featuring Dr. Peter J. Meyers. In this video, Dr. Meters explains the impact of bots on page rank and SEO. The MOZ team says, “They say history repeats itself. In the case of the great 301 […]

Why Pagination is Important – Here’s Why [Video]

The process of pagination is segmentation of links or dividing content into multiple pages. It affects SEO, web development and user experience. The Stone Temple contributor Eric Enge has published a video on ‘Why Pagination is Important’. The Stone Temple team says, “Google’s John Mueller confirmed that Google has not made use of rel=prev/next tags […]

On-Page SEO Guide [SEO Tips & Tricks for Bloggers]

Here’s a guest post by Sherisse Rogers. When you’re starting off as a blogger its seems like there is a neverending list of things you need to do to make your blog successful. You have to: Have a nice design Posts regularly Build an email list Create a lead magnet to help grow your list Network […]

‘Pop-Ups, Overlays, Modals, Interstitials, and How They Interact with SEO’ – MOZ

MOZ team says, “Have you thought about what your pop-ups might be doing to your SEO? There are plenty of considerations, from their timing and how they affect your engagement rates, all the way to Google’s official guidelines on the matter. In this episode of Whiteboard Friday, Rand goes over all the reasons why you ought […]

‘There’s No Such Thing as a Site Migration’ – MOZ

Jono Alderson says, “Websites, like the businesses who operate them, are often deceptively complicated machines. They’re fragile systems, and changing or replacing any one of the parts can easily affect (or even break) the whole setup — often in ways not immediately obvious to stakeholders or developers. Even seemingly simple sites are often powered by complex […]

‘The State of Links: Yesterday’s Ranking Factor?’ – MOZ

Tom Capper says, “Back in September last year, I was lucky enough to see Rand speak at MozCon. His talk was about link building and the main types of strategy that he saw as still being relevant and effective today. During his introduction, he said something that really got me thinking, about how the whole purpose […]

‘Half of Page-1 Google Results Are Now HTTPS’ – MOZ

Dr. Peter J. Meyers says, “Just over 9 months ago, I wrote that 30% of page-1 Google results in our 10,000-keyword tracking set were secure (HTTPS). As of earlier this week, that number topped 50%. While there haven’t been any big jumps recently – suggesting this change is due to steady adoption of HTTPS and […]

‘Why Net Neutrality Matters for SEO and Web Marketing’ – MOZ

MOZ team says, “Net neutrality is a hot-button issue lately, and whether it’s upheld or not could have real ramifications for the online marketing industry. In this Whiteboard Friday, Rand covers the potential consequences and fallout of losing net neutrality. Be sure to join the ensuing discussion in the comments!”. Why Net Neutrality Matters for SEO […]

‘Large Site SEO Basics: Faceted Navigation’ – MOZ

Serge Stefoglo says, “If you work on an enterprise site — particularly in e-commerce or listings (such as a job board site) — you probably use some sort of faceted navigation structure. Why wouldn’t you? It helps users filter down to their desired set of results fairly painlessly. While helpful to users, it’s no secret […]