• 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.

      SEO Hacker Blogin How To's- 26 readers -
  • URLS Can Now Be Submitted to Google SERP

    … A recent update from Google now allows users to submit URLs directly to Google’s index through Google’s SERP. Directly indexing your links is now easier than ever. All you need to do is go to, type in “submit URL to Google” and Google will work its magic. Just kidding, Google will display a customized knowledge graph-esque box…

    SEO Hacker Blogin Google- 24 readers -
  • The Impatient Newbie’s Guide to SEO

    … of crocodiles. The second step to get indexed is not to block the search engines from indexing your content. Believe it or not, this actually happens quite regularly.Your Roboits.txt file needs to show which pages you want indexed. As Neil patel puts it in his Google indexing guide: “An incorrectly configured file can hide your entire site from…

    David Leonhardt/ Famous Bloggersin SEO- 26 readers -
  • LinkProcessor: Push Your Pages to the Top

    … Creating backlinks can be a tricky business because it’s all about pursuing both quality and quantity. Link Builders are constantly looking for new ways on how to improve backlinks to improve their website’s ranking. There are different ways to do this ranging from the difficult to the time-consuming. Now, have you ever wondered if Google even…

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  • Google Indexes Far Fewer Tweets Than Previously Believed

    … was slower than expected,” said Enge. Only those with more than 5 million followers had more than 50% of their tweets indexed. And if you had between 500k and 1 million followers, that index rate was a mere 10% of tweets. Even indexing was slow. While many SEOs believe that Google crawls Twitter for discovery purposes, the data was showing it was too slow…

    Jennifer Slegg/ The SEM Postin Google- 14 readers -
  • Get Your Newest Content in Google Faster

    If you have a brand new website, new pages in your website, or even a recently updated page, you can use Google Fetch to submit those pages to Google for faster indexing. When you submit a URL this way, Googlebot will usually crawl that page within a day and, if it is found to be suitable, it will be added to Googles index. 2 readers -