Broken links or outdated links can really harm your SEO efforts. Getting ranked is problematic if search engines see lots of 404’s and more being returned.
Backlinks. Inbound links. Broken links. Indexed links. SEO thrives or dies on links.
I’ve been across all of those lately, spending an inordinate amount of time to discover what would have taken a WebMaster a fraction of the time to achieve.
So, Ive been knee-deep in prepping to migrate and upgrade an old site. As always happens when you start one thing in tech-land, a bunch of other item popped up demanding attention.
Today was one of those days.
I planned to complete a project. Then I had a minor issue on a website. Then I started searching for a solution. That led me to making improvements to two of my websites. And absorbing about 4 hours of my time!
I know it’s something I don’t pay enough attention to – my numbers.
I have SlimStat set up on my blog and occasionally tap into it to see whether my blog is trending up and what posts are more effective.
Learning is a lifelong process and that is never more true than in online marketing! With that in mind, here are a few things I picked up today that may also be useful to you…
Social SEO Leapfrog Review, Social SEO Leapfrog, Social SEO Leapfrog Reviews
I received a review copy of this product today. Firstly, it was delivered efficiently along with an offer to sign up and receive further goodies, an optional bonus webinar on the topic, an invite to join a free Facebook Group and a range of further offers to consider. No hard selling. I just downloaded the main product which is the SOCIAL SEO LEAPFROG.
Being indexed in Google, Bing and elsewhere is one of the key things you need to do to get some traction under your spanking new website or blog.
I have a little site on one of the grab-and-drop self-build-it sites. It has worked fine until I mucked it up today and inadvertently enabled redirection on my domain manager. Brian not engaged. Of course that threw out my domain pointing and well, let’s just say I lost the site for a few hours.