SEO News

Redirects

RSS
  1. Google Panda and the High Risk of Using Aggressive or Deceptive Advertising

    A roadblock is similar to a full-screen ad, but often redirects to you a different URL where an ad is displayed (in between page visits or even before the first page a user visits). In my previous posts about Panda, I’ve hammered one important...

  2. Mobile Site Migration Planning: Rolling Your M-Dot Into Your .Com

    Identification of existing redirects (so you don’t create redirect strings) Mobile-First Mentality Adoption Continues On The mobile mind shift has created a paradigm in which the understanding is that each individual expects more out of each...

  3. Recover From Panda? Follow These 5 Steps to Avoid Future Panda Hits

    For example, hunting down thin content, finding soft 404s, URLs with poor page speed, funky redirects, duplicate content, etc. The original algo hit typically feels like a punch in the gut, with serious confusion and frustration quickly following.

  4. The Perennial SEO Audit – Creating an Effective Framework for Keeping Your Campaign Running at Peak Performance

    Check to ensure there are no 302 redirects (unless specifically needed) or accidental redirects.minutes URL redirects SEO audits are immensely popular. Especially when an agency is newly hired by a company, the first few weeks are inevitably spent...

  5. Panda Has a Smartphone – Here Are 7 Things You Can Do to Test It Now

    For example, you can see if websites have faulty redirects being triggered by user agent. For example, you might see all requests being redirected to the homepage (faulty redirects). That’s a smart thing to do, as deep Panda analysis is worth its...

  6. Google Informs Webmasters of Faulty Redirects for Mobile Users

    Faulty redirects are one of the common mistakes site owners make when implementing mobile. This is what happens, for example, when a desktop site redirects smartphone users to the mobile site’s home page, no matter what URL within the site they are...

  7. So... You Think SEO Has Changed?

    Sure, there is less data to look at (thanks, Google) and there are changes in how the engines deal with some of the technical issues like canonical tags, rel=alternate syntax, and schema mark up to name a few, but it's really no different than how...