WRITTEN by: Jerrod Swanton |
When moving a website to a new domain, webmasters and site owners generally use 301 redirects (permanent) or 302 redirects (temporary). Redirects tell search engines that the website has moved and to start indexing the new site. Recently search engines have recommended using a canonical tag to redirect them to your new domain.
Yes. In most cases, it seems to be for the better. Overall if you want give Google the no-means-no message, be sure your title tags are all unique, and be sure they are long enough and that they aren't stuffed with keywords.
A common subject I get into with my clients is the concept that Google will somehow know, and misinterpret legitimate organic optimization efforts as some sort of "punishable offense". It is of course out of an abundance of caution that folks are concerned about optimization in light of some of the horror stories they hear about 'delistings' and other nasty outcomes from shady SEO practices, but often the fear is unfounded.
One component of your online success is the number and quality of calls you receive as a result of visits to your site. Call tracking is not new, but more and more savvy marketers are ensuring that these valuable metrics don't go unnoticed.
One way to recapture these costs is through monetizing your blog with advertising. There are many ways to do this, we'll tick through a few of them today.
Congratulations! You've been running a successful search campaign in the US for some time and you are happy with the results. This is a great accomplishment alone - but now you are considering diving into the vast deep waters of International Search.
Everybody has heard of Craigslist, but I find few have really tried to leverage it for their business.