Hello, everyone! A Blogger’s Best Friend is taking a break. Between virtual learning and most normal school activities canceled, I have the unique opportunity to spend more time with my high school senior. Her future college and career will take her 1300+ miles away, and I want to take advantage of every moment that I … Read More about A Blogger’s Best Friend is Taking a Break
Whether it is a pandemic-induced quarantine, economic recession, or just a post-holiday slump, every blogger experiences slow times. Take advantage of the situation to knock these items off your SEO to-do list and make your website SEO friendly. Fix Technical SEO Issues Review & fix your technical settings, improve your post format and fix any … Read More about Seven SEO Tasks to Focus On During Slow Times
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When to use follow vs. nofollow links continues to be a source of confusion in the blogging community. Find out when to use follow and nofollow links, and how to comply with the new recommendations Google implemented on March 1, 2020. What are Follow and Nofollow Links? A follow link is when you place a … Read More about Follow vs Nofollow: How to Stay Out of Google Jail
Are you on the team “always redirect” or team “only redirect if you need to?” Learn the what, why, when, where, and how of redirecting a web page. What is a web page redirect? A redirect is a change of address card for the internet. It tells the interwebs that the URL they were looking … Read More about Redirecting a Web Page – the What, Why, When, Where, and How
This may come as a shock to a lot of bloggers, but Google doesn’t care how many words are in your post. That’s right. GOOGLE DOESN’T CARE HOW MANY WORDS ARE IN YOUR POST. Here it is, straight out of the mouth of John Mueller, Google Senior Webmaster Trend Analyst and de facto social media … Read More about Exploring the SEO Google Word Count Myth