SEOP Blog Team @ July 21, 2014 # No Comment Yet
Unless the user is looking for your website in particular, we can reasonably assume that when a warning like this pops, up, a good number of users are likely to skip over your web page for the next search result.
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SEOP Blog Team @ June 2, 2014 # No Comment Yet
With yet another series of recent algorithm updates from Google, many are again on a look out at what could possibly hurt page rankings for their websites. Updates from Google are often a cause for panic among businesses and SEO practitioners, but usually this happens when they rely on questionable practices to optimize their content. Otherwise, there shouldn’t be any worry about changes in the search engine’s algorithm.
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SEOP Blog Team @ April 28, 2014 # No Comment Yet
Website designers, developers, and owners are so acutely attuned to the latest fast-changing trends that they just have to implement changes on a continuous basis in order to keep up.
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SEOP Blog Team @ April 21, 2014 # No Comment Yet
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.
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SEOP Blog Team @ April 14, 2014 # No Comment Yet
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.
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