Category Archives: Technical SEO

How To Exclude URLs From Search Indexes: Meta Tag

Recently we covered how to exclude certain URLs from your website using the Robots text file. Today we are going to dive into another tactic to exclude URLs from search engine indexes – meta robots tag What is it? First off, what does this line of code normally look like? <meta name=”robots” content=”noindex,follow”> This html Read more »

How to Exclude URLs From Your Website: Robots.txt

Many websites are built on what is called a Content Management System (CMS) these days. Often these systems are not built with being completely search engine friendly in mind and extra pages or low quality pages pop up after being created by the system. Sometimes a user has added pages or folders that are no Read more »

Introducing: The Structured Data Testing Tool

Not too long ago, we blogged about how to go about setting up author rich snippets in 3 easy steps and in the tutorial we spoke about Google’s Rich Snippet Testing Tool. Well, Google have renamed the tool to the Structured Data Testing Tool and made some great additions. Instead of showing a somewhat messy Read more »

rel=”next” and rel=”pref” for SEO pagination

Towards the end of 2011, Google announced the usage of certain tags to assist with SEO pagination and the avoidance of duplicate content inside archives. When Google makes an announcement of this nature and goes on to provide a solution, it should be taken seriously and that’s why we’re discussing this topic again today. Website Read more »