40 Essential SEO Terms Marketers Should Know [Glossary]
DECEMBER 12, 2011
Canonical URL - The canonical URL is the best address on which a user can find a piece of information. Specifying the canonical URL helps search engines understand which address for a piece of content is the best one. link from another site will improve your SEO, especially if that site has a high PageRank. It is technically known as 'Toolbar PageRank.'
4 Easy Ways of Subscribing to Feeds in Google Reader
Buzz Marketing for Technology
JUNE 27, 2008
Phil on Thursday, June 26th, 2008 Posted to: RSS/Atom , Reader One comment, add yours! Google Reader is a very popular online tool for reading RSS feeds. In this article we will take a look at a few easy ways to subscribe to a new RSS feed. Add subscription will take any a keyword, feed name, feed URL or web page URL and attempt to parse it to find the feed you want. And finally, if you put in a site URL or feed URL, it will add the correct feed for you. have an RSS feed!) Subscribe by RSS feed or by email today! Comments RSS.
Do-it-Yourself Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for Your WordPress.
Industrial Marketing Today
MAY 31, 2010
Making permalinks search engine friendly – a permalink or permanent link, is a URL that points to a specific post, category or page in your blog. Here’s a screenshot of my setting: Changing permalinks after your blog has been live for a while can cause you to lose pagerank in search engines and generate “404 page not found” errors. What is On Site SEO? Here less is better. Resources
Why B2B Blogs Aren’t Achieving SEO Success
DECEMBER 23, 2010
As a result, many single-post URLs were not getting indexed, presumably because the same content was on the home page. Optimizing individual posts and getting the post URLs indexed is the key objective. No control over what is indexed A quick look at what the search engines indexed from each blog showed low value URLs. Among indexed pages were URLs resulting from the blogs’ on-site search tools, and author, date, and tag archives. These URLs were indexed at the expense of indexing single-post URLs; many single-post URLs were not indexed.