9. Create Unique Title Tags & Meta Descriptions Once the new pages have been uploaded, you want to make sure title tags, meta descriptions, and H1 tags are all unique to each page on the website. A simple way to view this is to run a report in Screaming Frog SEO Spider and export your title tags, meta descriptions, and H1 tags into Excel. Using the Screaming Frog SEO tool, you can view missing and duplicate metadata as well as short or long metadata to ensure your site is optimized for search engines. … [Read more...] about The Complete Guide to Launching a New Website
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XML Sitemaps The standard XML Sitemap file can use any name you choose to give it and need not be stored at the site root (although that is a reasonable place to put it). The file itself must be a UTF-8 encoded text file, which means URLs that include some special characters must use entity escaping, so the URLs in the Sitemap can be correctly parsed by search. Sitemaps can be saved in uncompressed form and presented as .XML files, or can be compressed in gzip format and presented as .GZ files. … [Read more...] about A Primer On How To Get The Most Out Of Sitemaps
Today's question is about sitemap files. Mike from India asks, how do we add a sitemap for more than 50,000 URLs?Sitemap files are a great way to make your content known to Google and to other search engines. However, they're limited to 50,000 URLs per file. … [Read more...] about Google SEO Snippets Video: Multiple Sitemap Files
Let me give very Easy example which makes you to understand very easily about sitemap. Like you are an HR in an company and your boss order you collect all employees data. Now Guess you have 50 employees with 50 cabins in your company and 30 employee’s cabins having name plate with every information needed and 20 don’t have anything. So when you collect data then you will easily get data of those employees who having name plate but you will get trouble who don’t have name plate. … [Read more...] about Know What is Sitemap for SEO and Why Sitemap is Important for SEO?
Which pages should be in your XML sitemap? How do you decide which pages to include in your XML sitemap? Always start by thinking of the relevance of a URL: when a visitor lands on a particular URL, is it a good result? Do you want visitors to land on that URL? If not, it probably shouldn’t be in your XML sitemap. However, if you really don’t want that URL to show up in the search results you’ll need to add a ‘noindex, follow’ tag. Leaving it out of your XML sitemap doesn’t mean Google won’t index the URL. If Google can find it by following links, Google can index the URL. … [Read more...] about What is an XML sitemap and why should you have one? • Yoast