301 Redirect

  • How TO NOT Screw up Your Canonical Tags

    … is the same, but they will not index /b, then you are still essentially facing the same problem as using the robots.txt. You will still be preventing them from merging the ranking signals of /a and /b – which is something that is important for your SEO. Only use the 301 I still strongly recommend that you use the 301 redirect for canonicalization…

    SEO Hacker Blogin How To's- 26 readers -
  • Guide to 301 redirects and canonical tags

    ….” Benefits of 301 redirect According to our own guide to response codes written by Aimee Jarboe… A 301 response is ideal for correcting visitors who come to the wrong version of your domain, like non-www redirecting to www. This code should also be used when you update and move content within your site. In terms of SEO, a link from a 301 redirected…

    Christopher Ratcliff/ Search Engine Watch- 25 readers -
  • Finally, It’s Time to Retire Your WWW

    … to https. If you’re accepting any data on your site, I’d encourage you to make the move as well. 301 Redirects – Gary Illyes announced that 3xx redirects no longer lose authority. So, it’s time to retire that www subdomain and push your traffic to your domain. We’re now just marketingtechblog.com without the www! 30x redirects don’t lose PageRank…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 26 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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