Duplicate content generally refers to substantive blocks of content within or across domains that either completely match other content or are appreciably similar. Mostly, this is not deceptive in origin. Examples of non-malicious duplicate content could include:
On April 21, Google updated their search algorithm. They started pushing mobile-friendly websites up in the rankings. And they started penalizing sites that did not adapt to mobile devices.
This much is clear: being mobile friendly is a critical aspect of online businesses now.
If your site isn’t mobile friendly, it needs to be converted NOW. Google is always making changes to search to become as helpful and useful as possible. This week they’ve made a small but extremely significant change that will affect mobile traffic severely. In Google’s own words: Have you ever tapped on a Google Search result on […]
When starting a new website design – or relaunching an existing site – consider everything you know about your target customers and start sketching an outline for the site. From this outline, you can build a sitemap (a flowchart-like diagram) that shows how you can organize all the content in the site. This post will cover […]
My immediate answer is this: Drupal is one of the best things that has happened to businesses. Ever. Of course, there’s more to it than that, but I’m sure that you’ll come to the same conclusion after you get to know Drupal. Drupal can be described simply as: open-source software, a web development platform, a […]