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Category Archives: SEO Coding

Using Schema.org to Enhance Your Search Engine Listings

We’ve talked about structured data before but in this blog I’d like to discuss a website that’s extremely helpful for structured data markup. Most websites are created from structured data stored in databases. Once that data is put into HTML, that structured data can be lost or very hard to recover. This structured data can […]

4 Ways to ‘Direct Connect’ Your Website w/Your Google+ Business Page

Since there are several good (SEO & Social) reasons to associate your website (‘Direct Connect’) with your Google Plus business page (or to give your website ‘publisher’ status), I thought it would be nice to share how to do it with our readers. If you haven’t created your business plus page yet, I advise you […]

3 Reasons to Speed Up Your Website + 6 Tools that Will Help You

1. The Search Engines Demand Faster Websites We hear all this buzz around the web-sphere about having to make your website perform faster for SEO. There has been many tests, speculations, recommendations and even demands to making your website faster for improved search engine rankings. In 2010, the Google Webmaster Central Blog stated this: “You […]

Resubmitting XML Sitemap (to GWT) After Fixing Crawl Errors

If you ever log into your Google Webmaster Tools account and notice that Google has experienced some crawl errors, it would be a good idea to fix them ASAP. When Google sends their spider bots to your website and finds errors, it not only causes the bots to crash into dead ends, it prevents them […]

Tips to Maintain SEO Rankings when Rebuilding a Website

Often times, our clients decide to build a brand new website, but don’t want to lose the SEO rankings we’ve obtained for them. So they ask us for SEO advice to prevent any lost in positions &/or traffic. Most of the time, a complete web re-design is good for SEO as long as you remember […]

SEO and XML Sitemap

A XML Site Map gives Search Engines a map of pages that should be crawled on your site.  A sitemap can be used to stop spiders/spyders from crawling pages that you would rather leave out of search results.  It can also of course, get pages discovered. The xml sitemap is a very important tool that […]

Title & Meta Tags: Basics

Title and Meta tags are simply lines of text inserted into the HTML code of each of your web pages and are helpful to the optimization of your website. Your title and meta tags should include keywords relevant to the content of the web page they describe. Besides that, you should consider the length and […]

What is a rel=Nofollow?

The “rel=Nofollow” is a a value that tells Google and Yahoo that a link should not be considered for search engine’s indexing. Mainly it protects Yahoo Answers, Blogs, etc from having spammers who attempt to leverage the site’s power to help them move sites up on the rankings. How can u see if a site […]