Learn about the rendering process and why Google is taking its time to index your new pages (if at all) by following these tips. The post How Long Before Google Indexes My New Page (And Why It Depends)? appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Troubleshooting an HTTP 500 internal server error is like solving a mystery. You don’t know what exactly happened or why it happened — all you know is that something’s wrong and you need to fix it. To guide you through the hassle of troubleshooting the dreaded HTTP 500 internal server error, let’s go over what it exactly means and its most common causes and solutions. Here are some examples of what a 500 error page might look like in your browser: Image Source Image Source Other Common Error Codes HTTP codes show you how your web browser and website communicate. […]
Google has announced it will begin rolling out a new HTTPS report in Search Console. The announcement came via Google’s Search Central Blog and indicated the search engine expects the launch process to take a few months. “One of the common requests we heard from you was to provide more information regarding the HTTPS status of the site and make it easier to understand which pages are not served over HTTPS, and why not,” Google said in the blog. This new report will show how many sites indexed URLs on your site are HTTP and how many are HTTPS. It […]
Not sure why you’re not ranking as well as your opponent? Perform text analysis between your site and competitors with Python and learn what’s missing. The post Compare Vocabulary Differences Between Ranking Web Pages On SERP With Python appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Use this guide to understand your PageSpeed Insights report and learn how to leverage it for better SERP performance. The post Google PageSpeed Insights Reports: A Technical Guide appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Future-proof your site by applying the best practices for site taxonomy. Provide the correct silos for your content with this comprehensive guide. The post A Complete Guide To Site Taxonomy for SEO appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
The canonical and meta robots noindex tags are a great way to preserve website functionality for all users while also instructing search engines. The post When To Canonicalize, Noindex, Or Do Nothing With Similar Content appeared first on Search Engine Journal.