A Guide To Product Page SEO

Product Page SEO

If you’re looking to start selling your products online, product page SEO should be an important part of your strategy. While in brick and mortar stores customers can physically handle and inspect products at close range, they aren’t afforded the same luxury in online stores. At the same time, coming across a store isn’t as simple online as it is in real life.

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Key Takeaways from Google’s Webspam Report 2020

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Google has released their annual Webspam Report for 2020 where they disclose information about their fight against spam on the web. Much of the report is the usual but there is still some information here that is interesting and we’ll break it down in this blog post.

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What are Intrusive Interstitials and How do they affect SEO?

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Was there ever a time where you click on a website then right before you are able to scroll for the content that you need or select the product you want to purchase, there’s this big pesky pop-up that suddenly blocks your entire screen. Annoying right? We’ve all been there at least once and if it’s annoying to us SEOs and website owners, you can be sure that’s annoying to any other user as well.

These pop-ups are called Intrusive Interstitials and they may be the reason why your website is not reaching it’s full ranking potential.

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How Changing URLs Can Affect Your SEO

Changing URLs On A Website

Changing URLs may seem like a simple task, but if not done right, it can lead to disastrous results. If you’re thinking of revamping your website, changing URLs may be part of your list. However, you should know that this can lead to fluctuations in rankings. To try and lessen the effects you may experience, today I will be sharing with you how changing URLs can affect SEO.

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A Guide on Google Removing Content from Search Results

A Guide on Google Removing Content from Search Results

Google has the majority of the search market share which makes sense since they are at the forefront of bringing relevant and informative results to the users compared to other search engines. This is why Google is always the search engine SEOs primarily choose to optimize for whenever we have clients that are looking to improve their search performance. This means that a good number of SEOs and webmasters want their pages to be displayed in the search results for obvious reasons. But there will always be instances that Google will remove content or pages in the search results for various reasons. Everyone can be affected by this so here’s a guide on why Google removes content from the search results and how you can, possibly, remove content from the search results as well:

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