In the new Google Search Console, your site might have one or more results for this Error: Status > Index coverage > Submitted URL marked ‘noindex’. This isn’t necessarily an error, although if a site is not being indexed properly, this is a great place to start. Learn more!
On the official Google Blog, there was a post a week or so ago entitled “Giving you fresher, more recent search results.” This post shows how Google continues to improve near-real-time and timely search without cannibalizing or otherwise discounting the value of their vast index of the web and the deep amount of information that represents. Put it another way: … Read More
Onesheet went into beta today. It looks awesome and even better, doesn’t require the band to maintain it. Here’s how Onesheet describes their service: Onesheet allows musicians to set up a web presence in minutes using content from other websites they’re already updating. They simply connect their existing social networks and services immediately have a website full of content already … Read More
I’ve done a couple posts on WebPosition recently, and one of the comments discussed a site ranking software package called Advanced Web Ranking. I’m giving the 30-day trial a spin, and in full disclosure, the company offers an Enterprise license for a review, which does not include the maintenance contract, for which I’d have to pay separately.
Following is a list of 10 things to know about SEO, and why a website owner should consider SEO for their site. This isn’t mean to be a primer on how to do SEO, but rather an overview with some basic knowledge about what SEO is good for, and what to look out for.
Google Instant arrived this week – if you haven’t seen it in action, log in to your google account or gmail, and go to google.com. Search results change and shift with every keystroke of your search, and Google starts delivering results with the very first keystroke. So I compiled a list of results for single keystroke searches, and a few … Read More