301 Redirect

    • How TO NOT Screw up Your Canonical Tags

      The incorrect application of canonical tags might be ruining your past and current SEO efforts. This is because the use of canonical tags is a widely known advanced SEO technique/strategy for dealing with duplicate content or a page that is accessible through multiple URLs. So, if you do not know how to properly use a canonical tag, then you are definitely putting your SEO in danger.

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  • Guide to 301 redirects and canonical tags

    … When you need to redirect a website or individual webpage to a different location, there are a number of different tactics you can employ. Each comes with their benefits and their problems, but if implemented correctly with best practice in mind, you shouldn’t need to worry too much. In this guide we’ll be focusing on 301 redirects, 302…

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  • Finally, It’s Time to Retire Your WWW

    … now! Moz has a great breakdown of changes with 301 Redirects that Google has announced which are helping search-centric sites maintain their authority while modifying their site’s location. The two that are key, in my opinion, are: SSL – Google has encouraged websites going secure and announced there would be no impact in redirecting http…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 24 readers -
  • Nine quick fixes to improve your stagnant SEO

    … the resources to build hundreds of links a month, but you shouldn’t have any excuses for being outgunned on page. 3) Optimise meta titles/descriptions for clicks This tactic can be crazy effective, boosting your CTR by 20% within minutes, and just with a few small changes. Given what we know about the hummingbird algorithm, its no longer necessary…

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  • Beginner’s guide to server response codes

    … received your request and here is what you can expect in the next few moments.” This tiny message, including a server response code, is helpful to both the waiting client and human beings optimizing the experience. Server response codes may appear to be errors at first glance; they’re most obvious when what the user wants to happen, doesn’t…

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