Tag Archives: SEO: Submitting & Sitemaps

How we hacked the Baidu link submission script for better indexation

Baidu's Link Submission Script is a great way to help Baidu index your content, but it can create some potential SEO issues. Columnist Hermes Ma shares an improved version of the script that is more SEO-friendly. The post How we hacked the Baidu link submission script for better indexation...

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19 technical SEO facts for beginners

Want to dip your toes into technical SEO? Columnist John Lincoln shares some fun tidbits for those just starting out. The post 19 technical SEO facts for beginners appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Don’t follow the leader: Avoid these 5 common e-commerce SEO mistakes

We often look to industry leaders for inspiration, but columnist Brian Weiss notes that big e-commerce players are often making critical SEO mistakes that should not be emulated. The post Don’t follow the leader: Avoid these 5 common e-commerce SEO mistakes appeared first on Search Engine...

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The SEO benefits of developing a solid site structure

Columnist Ryan Shelley explains why a good site structure can be highly beneficial for your search engine optimization efforts -- and your users. The post The SEO benefits of developing a solid site structure appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Focus on these 5 areas to deliver big results in e-commerce SEO

Need to improve SEO for your large-scale e-commerce site and don't have the bandwidth to optimize content on a page-by-page basis? Check out these tips from columnist Brian Patterson. The post Focus on these 5 areas to deliver big results in e-commerce SEO appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Is your information architecture costing your e-commerce web shop millions in lost sales?

Solid information architecture is a key ingredient in any successful SEO program, as it can help or hinder search engine crawlers. Columnist Trond Lyngbø provides tips for e-commerce sites looking to optimize their site structure. The post Is your information architecture costing your e-commerce...

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Why you need to get back to SEO basics

You can be well-versed on all the latest SEO trends, but columnist Ryan Shelley notes that you need to get the fundamentals down first. The post Why you need to get back to SEO basics appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How to check which URLs have been indexed without upsetting Google: A follow-up

How can we determine which of our site pages aren't indexed without running afoul of Google's guidelines? Columnist Paul Shapiro shares his methods. The post How to check which URLs have been indexed without upsetting Google: A follow-up appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google & Bing increase the file size limit of Sitemaps files

While the 50,000 URL limit has not changed, your Sitemaps file size can now be up to 50MB. The post Google & Bing increase the file size limit of Sitemaps files 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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