Knowing how to submit websites and individual pages to search engines is an essential skill for SEO professionals and webmasters alike.Whether you’re building a new website or simply adding new content, knowing the ins and outs of indexation is key.What You’ll Need Before SubmittingFirst, you’ll need access to edit your website.Some people may refute this and claim backend web access is not necessary to submit a website to search engines. Well, they’re right.However, there are some cases where you’ll need access to a website’s backend.Situations Where You’ll Need Backend AccessThe website doesn’t have a sitemap.The website doesn’t have a robot.txt file.The website doesn’t have Tag Manager or a way to verify Google Search Console/Bing Webmaster Tools access.If your client or IT team doesn’t allow you to have access to their backend, or your CMS has certain limitations, see if you’re able to obtain FTP access. This … [Read more...] about How to Submit Websites & Pages to Search Engines: A Simple Guide
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Google announced a series of updates are coming to Search Console in the next couple of months.Along with these updates, Google has also made a “hard decision” to drop some legacy features in Search Console.Here’s an overview of all the changes that are on the way.New Features in Search ConsoleGoogle says the following new features will be fully implemented in Search Console toward the end of March.Crawl Errors in Index Coverage ReportIn an effort to make the list of crawl errors in Search Console more actionable, Google is shifting the focus toward issues and patterns used for site indexing.With crawl errors being moved to the Index Coverage report, Google believes sites owners will be able to find and fix issues much faster.Sitemaps Data in Index Coverage ReportThe Index Coverage report will also be the new home for sitemaps data. Google says this will make it easier to focus on URLs that site owners care about.Users will be able to track URLs submitted in sitemap … [Read more...] about 5 New Features Coming to Google Search Console (and 7 That Are Getting Removed)
by Alex Chris81 Comments As a beginner to search engine optimization (SEO) you need to understand that there is no magic way to rank your website in the first page of Google, Bing or Yahoo. Search engines are governed by complex algorithms and it takes a lot of time and effort to ‘convince’ them that your website or web page deserves one of the top spots.Nevertheless, there are certain rules you can follow to optimize your website and provide the search engine bots with the necessary signals.While the web is floated with SEO tips and advice, most of the articles talk about SEO in a theoretical level and not how SEO can be applied in practice.THE COMPLETE SEO GUIDE A step-by-step guide on how to increase your traffic in 60 days or less. Learn how to practically build a successful website or blog.The ONLY SEO Guide you will ever need to read!DOWNLOAD NOWIn my opinion, this is why most website owners are confused and they either give up with SEO or simply do not … [Read more...] about SEO Tips For Beginners – 15 Ways to Google Boost Your Web Site
The first thing I had to figure out when asking this question was, what the heck do you actually call the links that appear under the main URL when searching for a brand or a publisher? You know, these guys… And these guys… These links are called sitelinks, not subheadings or subcategories, or ‘guys’ apparently. Anyway, here’s my problem. I run a film and music website in my spare time and lately I’ve noticed that when I search for my own site’s name, Google retrieves the following results… To be honest this has improved a little since the last time I ego-surfed, but the sitelinks represented by the results above aren’t necessarily the ones I would choose myself. I would prefer to see the main, most popular categories on the site (movies, music, food, travel) rather than a few subcategories and an about page seemingly plucked at random. But then if we were all free to choose the way we appeared in search, we’d probably … [Read more...] about How do I get sitelinks to appear in my site’s search results?
MUHAHAHAHAHAHAHA MINE ALL MINE!!! See that’s the thing about SEO, it doesn’t matter how doggedly you optimise every element of your site, making it as easy as possible for Google to crawl every page nor does it matter that you’re creating top-notch content on a regular basis, because there will always be competition from someone else trying to ruin your plans for total global SERP domination. Those spoilsports. Of course in a normal world this is entirely fair. Competition is healthy, users deserve a choice, monopolies are bad. But this isn’t the normal world; this is the world of SEO megalomania gone unchecked, so with that in mind let’s see how a selfish greedy company can take over the first SERP using every channel or tool available. But first some caveats… There’s no guarantee that any of this will be successful. Google is trying to make the experience as beneficial to the user as possible, so plastering the SERP with links to your site … [Read more...] about How to completely dominate Google’s first page