• The CRAWL BUDGET EXPLAINED in 3 MINUTES!
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    The CRAWL BUDGET EXPLAINED in 3 MINUTES!

    Website performance and site speed are two critical components to successful web search ranking. But an often overlooked aspect that you need to pay attention to is your crawl budget so what’s the crawl budget anyway? I’m glad you asked. The Internet is big. The index web has 5.5 billion pages and counting. That’s the equivalent of over 15 petabytes or three George R.R. Martin books. That’s an incredible amount of pages for Google to crawl every day especially when we keep in mind that in some cases Google can crawl the same web pages dozens of time per day. Nevertheless, the current speed of internet growth and the rise…

  • The Secret to Becoming the Top Website in Any Popular Niche 2017 – Better Alexa Rank
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    The Secret to Becoming the Top Website in Any Popular Niche 2017 – Better Alexa Rank

    Do you want to have one of the most popular sites on the web? Well, who doesn’t. There’s a site out there called Alexa.com. It’s actually owned by Amazon and it’s different the Alexa your familiar with. Right? You don’t tell Alexa.com “Alexa, please order me a pizza.” That’s a little automated robot cylinder type of bot, artificial intelligence like Siri. This is Alexa.com, which focuses on moderating and ranking the web for popularity. Hey everyone, I’m Neil Patel and today I’m going to teach you how to increase your Alexa rank. The first thing you need to know about Alexa.com is they rate sites from some million number to…

  • My site’s template has multiple H1 tags
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    My site’s template has multiple H1 tags

    [MUSIC PLAYING] JOHN MUELLER: Today’s question comes from Germany. Markus asks, my site’s template has multiple H1s. Is this a problem? An H1 element is commonly used to mark up a heading on a page. There’s something to be said for having a single, clear topic of a page, right? So how critical is it to have just one of these on a page? The answer is short and easy. It’s not a problem. With HTML5, it’s common to have separate H1 elements for different parts of a page. If you use an HTML5 template, there’s a chance your pages will correctly use multiple H1 headings automatically. That said, regardless…

  • How Onely’s Service is Changing Technical SEO
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    How Onely’s Service is Changing Technical SEO

    Onely approaches everything with research, data and execution including our unique workflow which create clear communication promotes optimal solutions and provides stellar results. It starts with you. Whether you’re a new business with a website that need visibility, whether you want to migrate or redesign your website or you simply want an increase in online traffic basically you need SEO. First off you want to know what services Onely offers. We have three different packages to choose from. Not sure which package is right for you? Chances are you want the starter package this is an initial review of your website with a personalized report of all of the major…

  • Is a crawl-delay rule ignored by Googlebot?
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    Is a crawl-delay rule ignored by Googlebot?

    Today’s question comes from Noida in India. Amit asks is the crawl delay rule ignored by Googlebot I’m getting a warning message in search console search console has a great tool to test robots.txt files which is where we Cho this morning what does it mean and what do you need to do the crawl delay directive for robots.txt files was introduced by other search engines in the early days the idea was that webmasters could specify how many seconds a crawler would wait between requests to help limit the load on a web server that’s not a bad idea overall however it turns out that servers are really quite…

  • How do you price your SEO Services? SEO Pricing Model – How to structure your Pricing
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    How do you price your SEO Services? SEO Pricing Model – How to structure your Pricing

    So I want to talk about how do you price SEO services? Now, I have tried selling SEO services in the past and I think I have made a few mistakes. I have always tried selling SEO as a monthly retainer package at the fixed cost say $500 a month or $2000 a month. But over the last couple of days, I have been giving it a second thought because I have not been happy with the way things are priced. It just did not make sense to me because SEO realistically when you get down to a project, initially, upfront there is a lot more work than when there…