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How and When to Use 301 Redirects vs. Canonical

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This post will focus on the two main methods of managing the redirection of a single page on your website – the 301 redirect and the rel="canonical" attribute – to conquer duplicate content issues, sustain your rankings, and improve user experience. This post will focus on the two main methods of managing the redirection of a single page on your website – the 301 redirect and the rel="canonical" attribute – to conquer duplicate content issues, sustain your rankings, and improve user experience. 0 Comments

SEO Diagnostics: Urgent & Preventive Care

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Getting the most out of your search results means being prepared to react and fix issues when need be, and knowing what to think about when it comes to the ins and outs of technical SEO. Here are several ideas and tools to help your website healthy. Getting the most out of your search results means being prepared to react and fix issues when need be, and knowing what to think about when it comes to the ins and outs of technical SEO. Here are several ideas and tools to help your website healthy. 0 Comments

Bing Adds Site Move Tool to Webmaster Tools

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A new tool in Bing Webmaster Tools will help webmasters performing site moves. Whether you're moving URL structure internally or changing your whole site address, the Site Move tool in Bing Webmaster Tools wants to help your site survive the move. A new tool in Bing Webmaster Tools will help webmasters performing site moves. Whether you're moving URL structure internally or changing your whole site address, the Site Move tool in Bing Webmaster Tools wants to help your site survive the move. 0 Comments

Newest International SEO Challenge: Hreflang & Canonical Tags

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Google is telling us that we should use a regional subtag on each URL to help Google’s spider figure out what kind of content is on each page and where it is intended. Google will then consider that the content is intended for that region. Google is telling us that we should use a regional subtag on each URL to help Google’s spider figure out what kind of content is on each page and where it is intended. Google will then consider that the content is intended for that region. 0 Comments

Hacked Canonical Tags: Coming Soon To A Website Near You?

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Google recently alerted website owners of a recent trend involving the hacking of websites to insert a canonical tag and point it to the hacker’s site. Is your site at risk? How can you protect against it? Google recently alerted website owners of a recent trend involving the hacking of websites to insert a canonical tag and point it to the hacker’s site. Is your site at risk? How can you protect against it? 0 Comments