If your site passes Google mobile-friendly test, you’ll see positive results (means more organic traffic from smart phones and tablets). If not, you’ll end up losing your traffic from mobile devices. If you’re running an eCommerce site or any other product selling site, make sure it is perfectly optimized for mobiles or you’ll not only lose traffic but also lots of sales. … [Read more...] about Are You Ready For The Big Mobile Friendly Update From Google?
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The rank of pages linking to you: Is it still the same or has it been penalized by search engines? Check the page rank, sites linking to it and other parameters like Alexa Rank etc. If the signs show improvement in these stats it’s worth keeping the link else get rid of that link. Do whatever it takes, ask the webmaster, tell search engines about it but make sure that you don’t get linked to sites that are losing their page rank and authority. What happened to the directories, article and PR sites: As mentioned above a recent update of Google went heavily after these sites and devalued them to a great extent. It was natural that these sites lost traffic, PR and authority. The signals were clear – no artificial linking process, just get natural high authority editorial citations. So if you are still having links from these sites on your backlinking profile simply log into your accounts on these sites and delete. It might hurt you somewhat in the short term but the … [Read more...] about What to do if Your Organic Traffic is Tumbling Down?
There are scenarios in which we should not perform URL Canonicalization, and this section of this post is targeted towards specifying these particular conditions. You can also consider these as errors when it comes to URL Canonicalization. Let me list these one by one. I will try to explain most of them in a really simple manner. … [Read more...] about What is URL Canonicalization and how to Use Canonical Tag Properly?
To a normal user, the 2 addresses http://www.example.com and http://example.com might appear same, but to Google, these two are completely different. You may say that both correspond to the same page, and in fact they do, but it is always recommended either of the two versions on the complete site for better SEO. You may either use the link “www” or “non-www” while using the linking tags throughout your site. In case there’s a mismatch, Google would have to automatically discard any one of them leading to poor optimization. To solve the issue, select any one of them, and then redirect all the pages of the second version to the primary version. … [Read more...] about SEO Checklist for a New Website
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