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DIY SEO Audit Series Part 2: Reaching Out to Google

Last week, we kicked off our SEO audit series covering arguably the largest aspects of the SEO process, content and keywords. Quality content, targeting relevant keywords, will get you very far in SEO, but if you really want to beat … Read More…

Canonical Link Introduction: Adding a Canonical Tag to Your Website

A canonical link is a nifty, fairly new way to communicate with search engine crawlers and direct them to the preferred pages of your website. In the past, if you happened to have dynamically-generated directories or pages that would cause … Read More…

Creating a Robots.txt File: Everything You Need to Know

Does your website need a robots.txt file? Do you already have one in place with exclusions? For the uninitiated, robots.txt is a handy little file that allows you to communicate with your friendly search engine visitors (sometimes called “spiders” or … Read More…