Comments for Appiloque https://appiloque.com Digital Marketing Agency Sat, 07 Mar 2020 02:53:03 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.7.5 Comment on How to do Site Migration Without Hurting Google Rankings: Step-by-step by Switching from HTTP to HTTPS: Step-by-Step https://appiloque.com/reading-list/site-migration-without-hurting-google-rankings/#comment-59 Sun, 11 Jun 2017 09:17:30 +0000 https://blog.appiloque.com/?p=1074#comment-59 […] old HTTP pages. Then, redirect the old pages to the new pages. We talked about redirects in this article about site migration, so check it out for more […]

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Comment on HTTP vs HTTPS: What’s the Difference? (+Benefits of a secure site) by Switching from HTTP to HTTPS: Step-by-Step https://appiloque.com/reading-list/http-vs-https-secure-site-benefits/#comment-70 Sun, 11 Jun 2017 09:17:09 +0000 https://blog.appiloque.com/?p=1387#comment-70 […] in case you’re lost, here’s our previous article addressing the difference between the two and why you should switch to HTTPS. As we mentioned in that article, switching to HTTPS brings about extra security and ranking […]

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Comment on How to do Site Migration Without Hurting Google Rankings: Step-by-step by Being mobile-friendly: How important is it for search rankings? https://appiloque.com/reading-list/site-migration-without-hurting-google-rankings/#comment-58 Mon, 05 Jun 2017 06:07:14 +0000 https://blog.appiloque.com/?p=1074#comment-58 […] Compared to the other options, RWD is recommended as it has provides more convenience for both visitors and developers. Since it uses a single URL for both desktop and mobile versions, it is easier for visitors to share and link the page. It also requires less maintenance as there is no need for multiple pages. Additionally, with a single page, it saves you the hassle of having to do redirection in order to direct the “link juice” to the more preferred page. (Confused? Read Step 3 in our article talking about site migration!) […]

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Comment on How Can I Improve Page Speed? (+Tools to help you get it done!) by 5 Tips to reduce bounce rate and increase average session duration for your website https://appiloque.com/reading-list/improve-page-speed/#comment-67 Mon, 05 Jun 2017 06:04:32 +0000 https://blog.appiloque.com/?p=1303#comment-67 […] Improve page speed (Here’s our article on page speed!) […]

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Comment on 7 Best Practices for Writing SEO-friendly Content by 5 Tips to reduce bounce rate and increase average session duration for your website https://appiloque.com/reading-list/best-practices-seo-friendly-content/#comment-62 Mon, 05 Jun 2017 06:04:14 +0000 https://blog.appiloque.com/?p=1173#comment-62 […] useful to your visitors is definitely required to reduce bounce rate. (Read our previous article on good content!) But other than quality, something else that is more often left out is the readability of the […]

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Comment on 5 Tools to Help you Measure your Page Speed by How can I improve page speed? (+ tools to help you get it done!) https://appiloque.com/reading-list/tools-measure-page-speed/#comment-66 Sun, 28 May 2017 13:14:56 +0000 https://blog.appiloque.com/?p=1278#comment-66 […] our last two articles, we talked about how page speed affects SEO and introduced tools to measure your page speed. Some of these tools provide suggestions to improve page speed. Although they may seem daunting, […]

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Comment on How does Page Speed Affect SEO? by How can I improve page speed? (+ tools to help you get it done!) https://appiloque.com/reading-list/page-speed-affect-seo/#comment-65 Sun, 28 May 2017 13:14:30 +0000 https://blog.appiloque.com/?p=1260#comment-65 […] our last two articles, we talked about how page speed affects SEO and introduced tools to measure your page speed. Some of these tools provide suggestions to improve […]

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Comment on How does Page Speed Affect SEO? by 5 tools to help you measure your page speed https://appiloque.com/reading-list/page-speed-affect-seo/#comment-64 Sun, 28 May 2017 13:11:34 +0000 https://blog.appiloque.com/?p=1260#comment-64 […] recently talked about how page speed affects SEO, specifically how it helps the page to rank better and also convert better. As with all […]

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Comment on Duplicate Content: Why is it bad for SEO? by Duplicate Content: 4 Ways to solve the problem https://appiloque.com/reading-list/duplicate-content-why-bad-for-seo/#comment-63 Fri, 12 May 2017 04:06:44 +0000 https://blog.appiloque.com/?p=1211#comment-63 […] Previously, we explained why duplicate content is bad for SEO and how most of it on your own site are created unintentionally. Having duplicate content may create problems for your SEO but you can mitigate the impact through certain measures. Today’s article will provide you with 4 alternatives to solve the problem, but first, here’s how to find duplicate content. […]

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Comment on Introducing Appiloque’s Search Series: Google Panda Penalty (1 of 3) by Duplicate Content: Why is it bad for SEO? https://appiloque.com/reading-list/google-panda-penalty/#comment-41 Sun, 30 Apr 2017 08:54:18 +0000 https://blog.appiloque.com/?p=22#comment-41 […] The first reason is straightforward. Google values content that is unique, informative and useful. From Google’s perspective, duplicate content provides little added value. Thus, although there is no penalty, it will not rank well. Furthermore, if the page has a significant amount of repeated content, it may be classified as low-quality which might trigger a Google Panda penalty. […]

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