Tag Archives: Site

Microsoft Email Tells Site Owner Site No Longer Blocked In Bing Search

By | November 19, 2021

So we know Google has manual actions where a site can be impacted in terms of how it ranks in Google Search. Well, Microsoft Bing doesn’t necessarily have manual actions but they do take action against some sites manually. Here is an email from Sunny, an SEO, where Microsoft said they removed a block on a site. The… Read More »

How To Evaluate Site Quality For Link Building

By | November 18, 2021

How to evaluate a site for “quality” is among the most misunderstood concepts in SEO. Getting this wrong can result in you leaving sites out that can drive ranking, or worse, including sites that will provide no value or potentially get you penalized. On November 10, I moderated a sponsored Search Engine Journal webinar presented by Kevin Rowe,… Read More »

DeepCrawl Site Audit Results Now in White Label Reports

By | November 17, 2021

February 27, 2018   |   Posted by Rank Ranger We’ve partnered with DeepCrawl to form one of the most formidable SEO alliances in the galaxy! Accessing DeepCrawl within the Rank Ranger software means you have greater access to all of the data pertinent to any SEO campaign (i.e. it’s really convenient to have all your data in… Read More »

No, 30 Articles On Your Site Won’t Make Your Site Authoritative in Google Search

By | November 17, 2021

Last week, I included in my recap a link to a Reddit thread that seems to have got some attention. It has John Mueller of Google saying a site with only 30 articles is not enough to be authoritative and be fully indexed by Google. Now people are asking if the minimum for being authoritative is having over… Read More »

SiteGround Hosting Outage Over – Site Recoveries Continue

By | November 15, 2021

SiteGround web hosting suffered a significant four day outage beginning Monday November 8, 2021. It wasn’t until November 12th that they tweeted that they had resolved the problem. Many customers lost rankings in Google and a significant amount of website traffic as the holiday shopping season fast approaches. Many SiteGround publishers remain upset, largely because of the perceived… Read More »

9 Essential Ecommerce Site Optimizations to Boost Holiday Sales

By | November 15, 2021

Whether you like to plan ahead or are rushing around at the last minute like the rest of us, boosting holiday sales is essential for ecommerce sellers of all kinds. Total retail sales worldwide are expected to rebound to pre-pandemic levels this holiday season, surpassing $25 trillion USD. E-commerce will build on its massive growth of 25.7% of… Read More »

Can Site Quality Be Quantified in Search Console?

By | November 13, 2021

Google’s John Mueller was asked about whether search quality is quantifiable, meaning something that could be measured and expressed as a metric. John Mueller’s answer was surprising because he indicated having looked into a search console quality metric to help publishers. What is Site Quality? The idea of site quality seems deceptively simple but it’s not. John Mueller… Read More »

Google: “Hard To Call A Site Authoritative After 30 Articles”

By | November 12, 2021

Building authority with Google is going to take more than publishing a site with just 30 pages, advises Search Advocate John Mueller. That’s especially true if the site has stopped publishing new content for a while. Mueller says this in response to a Reddit thread asking why new articles for an “authoritative” site aren’t being indexed. The original… Read More »

How to Easily Perform a Technical Audit with Rank Ranger’s New Site Audit Report

By | November 11, 2021

January 16, 2019   |   Posted by Shay Harel Performing a technical SEO audit is daunting. Whether your site is big or small, getting into the nitty-gritty of your site’s technical performance can feel overwhelming. With so many elements and items to review, consider, and perhaps fix, it’s no wonder that performing a site audit is a… Read More »

How to hasten the displaying of site changes in search engine — Serpstat Blog

By | November 11, 2021

After making changes to the site, use the tool to let search engines know that the URL and its content have been added, updated, or removed. Your pages will receive priority among a million other pages in the search results, and changes on the site will be reflected in the search faster. Suitable for SEO specialists, site owners… Read More »