If you’re writing new content, your indexed pages should be a steadily increasing number. This tells you two things: Google can index your site and you keep your site ‘alive’ by adding content. Watch out for sudden drops! This might mean that Google is having trouble accessing (all of) your website. Something may be blocking Google; whether it’s robots.txt changes or a server that’s down: you need to look into it! Sudden (and unexpected) spikes in the graph might mean an issue with duplicate content (such as both www and non-www, wrong canonicals, etc.), automatically generated pages, or even hacks. We recommend that you monitor these types of situations closely and resolve errors quickly, as too many errors could send a signal of low quality (bad maintenance) to Google. … [Read more...] about The beginner’s guide to Google Search Console
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Let’s say you want to spam the search engines. You could set up a Blogger blog or something on OverBlog. Those are both legit sites. In fact, Google still loves Blogger – you could set up your “legit” site there that redirects to your spam site. Don’t even try to rank the spam site, but worry about the legit site. If the spam site gets roasted by Google, it’s no big deal. Just use 301 redirects to a new site and you’re back in business. … [Read more...] about Does Google Discriminate Against Some Businesses?
Contrast that with Mapquest, a content source people appreciated but didn’t contribute to, which has been dying a slow death to Google Maps, and it’s easy to see why MapQuest failed (it’s always easy in hindsight). … [Read more...] about The Hidden Story Behind Google’s Acquisition of Frommer’s Guides
General. Specify the separator used between elements in your page title templates. Home page. Overwrite your home page title and meta description template, if needed. Post types. Configure page title templates for posts, pages and media. You will want to customize page titles for service pages on a page-by-page level to ensure you have the service and location in the page title of each page. Taxonomies. Configure page titles for taxonomies and click the “no index” box for any that you do not recognize or see as a client-facing page. This is where your newfound knowledge of taxonomies will come into play. Archives. Configure page titles for archives (author and date). … [Read more...] about Local SEO For WordPress Websites