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What is a robots.txt file? Before search engines crawl your website, they check the robots.txt file for instructions. Robots.txt is a very powerful file, so tread lightly when updating it. Double-check that you are indeed communicating your intended goals. You...Read More
By default, a WordPress website includes a robots.txt directive that prevents search engines from crawling and indexing it. This is helpful while the website is in development, as it prevents the development website from appearing in the search engine results....Read More
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As early as 2014, Google announced that they would be making HTTPS a ranking signal. Then, in 2016, with an interest in protecting personal information-such as credit card details and passwords-Google announced that they would require websites to have an...Read More
Cornerstone content is a term that has been popping up in content marketing and SEO circles a lot recently but the term is not new. Don’t believe me? Copyblogger Brian Clark wrote a post about it 11 years ago! Like...Read More