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Google to Stop Supporting Robots.txt Noindex: What That Means for You

Effective September 1, 2019, Google will no longer support the robots.txt directive related to indexing. This means that Google will start to index your webpage(s) if you’ve only relied on the robots.txt noindex directive to remove those pages from the SERPs. You have until the first of September to remove it and use another method. …

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URL Structure & SEO

Technical SEO is an important aspect of search engine optimization. In fact, I have personally engaged in technical SEO that has resulted in about almost a 50% change in rankings just by focusing on your on-page to do list. In this article, I will specify the importance of URL structure and what Google likes to …

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How to create an optimized career page for your website

With recruitment as competitive a market as it has ever been, it’s essential to ensure every careers page or job vacancy on your website is fully optimized in order to place it in front of the perfect candidate online. They are some of the largest and most powerful websites around, but typically online job boards …

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the ultimate guide to canonical URLs • Yoast

A canonical URL lets you tell search engines that certain similar URLs are actually the same. Sometimes you have products or content that can be found on multiple URLs – or even multiple websites, but by using canonical URLs (HTML link tags with the attribute rel=canonical), you can have these on your site without harming …

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