Image by Project 404 Technically, both a 404 and a 410 status code means that the page being looked for can’t be found. Simple, right? Well, according to Matt Cutts, Google thinks otherwise. Although both codes show the same results, Googlebot treats each in a slightly different way.
Google is able to identify the branch locator or Contact Us page on your website and use it to come up with search results regarding how to contact or find you.
Link building through guest blogging and other methods have always been one of the more reliable ways of upping a site’s page ranking. However, recent changes (and public penalizations) are making everyone think otherwise.
Now that you’ve got a wonderful idea or product, some capital, interested customers, and promising new employees, it’s time to plan how you could dominate in search and content marketing.
Last week we brushed on the topic of bounce rate and hinted at its importance. To recap, this represents the percentage of users that do not explore further into your page after seeing a single page of it. However, many people seem to misunderstand the meaning of bounce, which can lead to poor critical…