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URL Mapping is a good way to get lost — especially if you don’t know what you’re doing. And, it’s important because doing it wrong can have dire consequences for your site. This is definitely a job for the professionals. So, who’re you gonna call?
Before you pick up the phone, you need a few facts. First, it depends on how you’re going to do it and that depends on your web server. Lost yet? Consult this handy guide:
If all this sounds like Geek to you, call a web developer and do it right.
Do you ever get stuck when you are trying to write a blog post? We all know how important fresh, updated content is in regard to both relevancy and to rating well in the search engines. But what should we write about?
After sitting at my computer staring at a blank page, I realized that I had to come up with a way to gather information that is relevant to whichever site I happen to be working on without wasting an enormous amount of time. To that end, I created the following criteria…
1. Focus on the main topic of your website.
2. List any topics that are related to your business and find ways to discuss them.
I’m often asked about the differences between the 301 and 302 redirect and how they affect the way search engines see a site. Another popular question is why it even matters which one is used, since from a user’s perspective everything looks fine with both types of redirects
Well, even though things might look fine on the users end, these redirects can cause a great deal of trouble if not employed correctly. These two redirects have two different uses and should be applied accordingly.
Just remember a 301 redirect is a “Permanent Redirect” which transfers over the page rank and other historical search engine data. The 302 redirect is a “Temporary Redirect” which does not transfer over this information and should only be used in very limited situations.