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  1. SEO Audit Findings: 4 Hidden Technical Problems That Can Send Dangerous Signals to Search Engines

    And then there's human error. After asking my client about the error I had found, they revealed that they had decided to hide the content for usability purposes. Now, webmaster tools flags this error, since you can't submit pages that fall outside...

  2. 10 Website Quality Indicators That Can Sink Your SEO Battleship

    Generally, these can be fixed easily – in the case of a 404 error with a 301 permanent redirect or a server check for what is causing the 500 errors. Especially check for “404 page not found” issues or “500 server issues”.

  3. SearchDay | Buying Links is Hard Work

    When I use a header checker, (have tried several) I get status 500 Internal Server Error but when I go to the page it returns status 200 OK. EricEnge Buying Links is Hard Work BY THE NUMBERS Paid link building isn't as easy as it used to be...

  4. Conducting a Redirect Audit on Your Web Site - Part 2

    Error at upstream server This shows you where traffic is coming from when they're being given a 404 error. A 404 error isn't a redirect, but this will tell you where to set up redirects to real pages on your site to take care of these errors.

  5. New Search Patent Applications: June 5, 2006 - Taking Care of Web Decay, Dead Links, and Parked Domains

    There are a number of nice ideas here, which touch on why dead links and web decay aren't good for search engines, how most dead links can be identified regardless of whether a server returns a 404 error message or not, and how some exceptions...

  6. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    AdWords Clicks in Europe Go to 500 Server Error Page? It seems that I have seen a few comments recently on various forums and blogs about taking internal linking 'too far. According to at least one comment I saw (sorry can't find it now), Google...

  7. Google Oct. 2005 Jagger Update Continues Into November & Hating The Term Canonical

    Despite our bad, it's still a search engine canonical error that it can't figure out these are the same site despite the wrong redirect being used. Or perhaps a better term is a domain name error -- it can't get the domain name right, and that's...