Unless the webmaster is lazy or chooses not to keep information up-to-date for whatever reason, 404 fixing is the link-building strategy with the highest success rate.
If you’re redesigning or moving a site and your URLs are changing, you will need redirects. So save your site’s search equity and be an SEO hero by following this redirects for SEO plan.
All you need to know in order to produce a successful site move in the search engines is to understand what's changing, when, and most importantly why?
Links are one of the biggest sources of complicated baggage for a website. They may be what helped you get the rankings you have, and they may also be your downfall.
In general nothing bad will happen whether visitors type in www or leave it off. But there are things you should handle with care, lest your SEO campaign suffer.
Utilizing Google Webmaster Tools means that the normal time spent playing the waiting game for your content to be revealed to searchers can be cut down significantly.
Whether your website is outdated, isn't mobile-friendly, or you just know it's time for a redesign, you can follow these steps to successfully redesign your website without compromising SEO efforts, and actually strengthen your SEO strategy.
The process of disavowing links through Google is a mystery to many, and several misconceptions have surrounded the tool's use since it launched. Here are seven facts you need to know to get the most benefit out of the Google Disavow Links Tool.
Many people have had great success snapping up expired domains and using those sites for link building purposes, but you must make sure to vet them. Here's how to find expired domains, how to use them, and some risk factors and warning signs.
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.