Whether a redirection of one page or a complete migration from one domain to new URL, 301 redirects are needed to ensure that whatever SEO authority your page or website accumulated will be passed on to the “new” address.
Content has always been a large part of any successful SEO landing page, blog post or article, but despite it being around for as long as SEO has been, we only recently began understanding that the length of the content matters.
I’ve been doing SEO for almost as long as the industry has existed (um, a long time) and am always up to share my experience with friends or connections that are interested in creating a website or looking for tips on how to optimize for search engines.
In the last 24-36 hours, millions of webmasters received a message from Google Search Console (formerly Google Webmaster Tools), warning them that their websites will begin showing “security warnings” if they don’t make changes to their site by October 2017.
In addition to this website, I run a couple other websites, so I am a target for emails that offer up a variety of services, including SEO, guests posts, search engine registration (!), affiliate marketing, etc.
Recently, Google announced that they would begin giving a rankings boost for sites that were secured (https/SSL). That’s great, and it makes a lot of sense, but the majority of sites are currently non-secure.