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Google Does Not Use Webspam Reports for Manual Penalties

Many people see competitors “breaking the rules” on Google guidelines and engaging in ranking manipulation. You may be surprised to learn, when you report your competitors using the Google webspam form, they don’t automatically slap a manual penalty on your competitors. There are an estimated 1.74 billion websites in 2020 (at the time of this […]

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Add A HTML Sitemap To Your WordPress Site

Most of you reading this already understand the impact of search engine rankings. If you can rank high in Google, more potential customers find your business. The more prospective customers that find you, the more paying customers you should have. Except most of you are frustrated by search engine optimization (or SEO). There are actually […]

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Non Mobile-Friendly Websites Facing Judgement Day

April 21st, 2015 is about to become Judgement Day for millions of websites that are not mobile-friendly or still use Flash animation. Google announced late on Febraury 26th, 2015 that search results will more heavily favor mobile-friendly websites beginning April 21st, 2015. Indexed apps will also be surfaced more prominently in search results for users […]

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Better Ways To Check Broken Links In WordPress

Broken links on your website are bad user experience. When customers click on dead links and they go to 404 pages over and over, it hurts your credibility. This erodes trust in your website, which affects conversions and sales. While Google says they don’t lose sleep over broken links and 404 (page not found) errors, […]

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