Tag Archives: SEO: Redirects & Moving Sites

3 steps to overcoming site issues that impact performance

Consumers and search engines alike have high expectations for websites, so unchecked problems and errors can have a big impact on SEO and content performance. Columnist Jim Yu discusses how to find and address these issues. The post 3 steps to overcoming site issues that impact performance...

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How we hijacked Google’s SEO guide search rankings

Contributor Dan Sharp shares an experiment in which his company was able to hijack rankings -- from Google itself. See what they learned in the process. The post How we hijacked Google’s SEO guide search rankings appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Relaunching your website? Don’t forget an SEO audit!

Columnist Janet Driscoll Miller outlines the steps you should take pre-launch and post-launch to ensure a smooth transition to a new website. The post Relaunching your website? Don’t forget an SEO audit! appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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For e-commerce success: SEO > aesthetics

For those in the online retail space, columnist Julian Connors shares his advice for making your e-commerce website SEO-friendly. The post For e-commerce success: SEO > aesthetics appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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When going HTTPS, don’t forget about local citations!

Columnist Andrew Shotland shares some common problems that occur during site migrations to HTTPS and explains the importance of updating your citations. The post When going HTTPS, don’t forget about local citations! appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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It’s scary how many ways SEO can go wrong

In search engine optimization, sometimes even small errors can have a large and costly impact. Columnist Patrick Stox shares his SEO horror stories so that you can be spared this fate. The post It’s scary how many ways SEO can go wrong appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Why crawl budget and URL scheduling might impact rankings in website migrations

You've down everything right from an SEO standpoint, but your website has still dropped in rankings following a site migration. What gives? Contributor Dawn Anderson breaks down how Google determines page importance and allots crawl budget. The post Why crawl budget and URL scheduling might impact...

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SEO requirements for a new website platform

Not just facing a site redesign but a full replatform? Columnist Clay Cazier presents the features most important to ensure your new site can support today's SEO best practices. The post SEO requirements for a new website platform appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google: There is no PageRank dilution when using 301, 302, or 30x redirects anymore

Google's Gary Illyes confirms that any 301, 302, 3xx redirect does not lose any PageRank value. The post Google: There is no PageRank dilution when using 301, 302, or 30x redirects anymore appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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10 factors that may be impacting your organic traffic

Experiencing fluctuations in organic traffic and rankings? Columnist Stephanie LeVonne has a list of factors to check and how to address them. The post 10 factors that may be impacting your organic traffic appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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