Mar 31, 2021
Learn how to fix common sitemap errors to get the Success status in your Google Search Console. Also, find out how to get the most out of your sitemap by removing trash pages and adding worthy pages you may have missed.
Mar 31, 2021
Most of the time search robots explore your site by naturally following links. Still, if you want crawlers to find all your website pages that matter, you'd better use an XML sitemap. Learn which pages to include in your sitemap, which is the easiest way to create one and how to submit your sitemap to Google.
Feb 19, 2021
Duplicate pages may appear on your website without you even knowing. They negatively affect rankings and can lead to keyword cannibalization. Learn how to spot duplication issues on time, what actions to take to deal with existing duplicates, and how to avoid them in the future.
Jan 12, 2021
The robots meta tag and the x-robots tag are used for blocking page indexing and taking control over how certain types of content are indexed. In the article, we explain the differences between these tags and their role in technical SEO.
Nov 26, 2020
The proper use of canonical tags is a part of SEO basics. However, if set incorrectly, canonicalization may not bring the desired result and lead to lower rankings due to duplicate content issues. In this post, you'll find all the necessary tips and tricks that will help you properly use canonicals for various purposes and avoid all the possible pitfalls.
Oct 23, 2020
Learn why you need a robots.txt file, which pages should be excluded from crawling with its help, and how to configure the file properly. Here, you'll find general robots.txt file contents requirements, information on the directives supported by popular search engines as well as some examples of robots.txt files.
Aug 05, 2014
If Google hasn’t indexed a new site, there’s absolutely no chance it will be found via search. However, it take a while for the search giant to crawl and index new sites - somethings that depends on multiple on-site and off-site SEO factors. The good news is that there are a few things you can do to get Google to index a site faster, and this post focuses on 10 ways how you can do that.
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