In today’s world, duplicate content can lead to search engines becoming confused about the correct page to return to a user. We want to make the job of a search engine easier by clearly focusing them on the right pages to return to users through proper canonicalization. By properly employing canonical tags to your webpages, you can take advantage of having a robust site while following a Best Practices approach to Search Engine Optimization.
On client calls and in meetings, many of the same SEO questions routinely arise. You want to know how to handle redirects, how your mobile site affects your desktop site, and that perennial SEO favorite, how many keywords to use on a page. So, in order to provide you with a go-to resource, we’ve pulled these questions into a single post. Read More
During many optimization projects, webmasters like to focus on on-page considerations such as content, keyword targeting and density, but none of that matters if your website has technical issues that inhibit it from being seen by the search engines. In this post, we take a high-level approach to technical SEO to give you an idea of what you should focus on before you even think about optimizing your content.