A good XML sitemap acts as a roadmap of your website which leads Google to all your important pages. XML sitemaps can be good for SEO, as they allow Google to quickly find your essential website pages, even if your internal linking isn’t perfect. This post explains what XML sitemaps are and how they help you rank better. What are XML sitemaps? You want Google to crawl every important page of your website, but sometimes pages end up without any internal links pointing to them, making them hard to find. An XML sitemap lists a website’s important pages, making sure Google can find and crawl them all, and helping it understand your website structure: Yoast.com’s XML sitemap Above is Yoast.com’s XML sitemap, created by the Yoast SEO plugin and later on we’ll explain how our plugin helps you create the best XML sitemaps. If you’re not using our plugin, your XML sitemap may look a little different but will work the same way. As you can see, … [Read more...] about What is an XML sitemap and why should you have one? • Yoast
What is sitemap
Easy explanation on Sitemap in SEO and Why Sitemap is Important for SEO? Hi Guys! Welcome to Best SEO Advise. Today I want to tell you about what is sitemap and i’ll explain everything about sitemap. Let me tell you Sitemap is very Important in On page SEO. It play vital role in On page SEO as well as Off page SEO, But Most importantly in On page SEO. You know Sitemap play important role to get organic ranking. “Sitemap is a .xml file which contain every information about website like pages, post, images etc” These sitemap give all the information to search engines because whenever search engines crawlers come to the website to collect data from website, so no problem come to collect information. 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 … [Read more...] about Know What is Sitemap for SEO and Why Sitemap is Important for SEO?
Enterprise SEO ain’t like the others. As I’ve said before, simply saying “I’m an enterprise SEO!!!” doesn’t make you one. You need different tools, and different skills, and a whole different level of diplomatic kung-fu. I lack diplomatic-fu. And skills are always open to debate. But the tools are forever. This is a very incomplete list of the tools you probably want to look at if you’re responsible for SEO in an organization so big you get lost finding the restroom. No favorites—if it’s on this list it’ll do the job nicely: Rank Tracking For the record, I do not support rank tracking as a success metric. But it’s a fantastic diagnostic tool, so you gotta do it. My favorite tools are: Advanced Web Ranking. Great since day 1. AWR is especially useful if you’re focused on a small set of sites, but want to drill really, really deep into the data. It comes in desktop and server flavors, lets you tune it down to the … [Read more...] about What Is In Your Enterprise SEO Toolkit?
Two weeks ago, Foursquare launched a new version of its homepage which Greg Sterling touted as “taking on Yelp” by adding a search box. Naturally, my first reaction was to figure out what Foursquare’s new SEO plan. Imagine my surprise when I discovered there was none… First a bit of data. According to SEMRush, Foursquare’s organic traffic has been growing aggressively since July of 2011: This traffic growth appears to have been the result of the launch of Foursquare’s “Self Serve” pages for Business. Clearly, the growth of mobile and Foursquare’s profile, created a lot of incentive for businesses to claim and update their pages. This combined with a few billion check-ins and the addition of content like restaurant menus clearly added some fuel to the SEO fire. Millions of new URLs with tons of fresh content is just what Googlebot ordered. But what intrigued me about Foursquare’s SEO performance, and what continues to … [Read more...] about What Is Foursquare’s SEO Strategy?
Imagine a version of Google where any search you do on your mobile will serve results from not just the mobile web but the apps on your phone too… Then wouldn’t it be great if you could choose how you viewed the page when clicking through? Either on the mobile web or via an app already downloaded to your phone, which automatically opens up and serves you content from deep inside (say a news story from The Guardian app, or a public event on Facebook). It’s a multi-platform, channel agnostic world where everything connected to the internet can be searchable! And perhaps a powerful argument for not buying that WiFi enabled underwear drawer. Either way, the presence of apps in mobile search results are becoming a more common occurrence as developers can now allow Google to index their content from all over your mobile phone. So what does this mean for mobile users and app developers? Let’s answer a few important questions… What is indexing? Google … [Read more...] about What is app indexing and why is it important?