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Two easy ways to fix this, depending on whether you want to customise just one blog post or make the change site-wide. For just one post, manually set its URL in the YAML front matter like so: --- permalink: /2013/11/10/mypost.html --- To change every post site-wide, you would edit your _config.yml to switch from the default 'date' permalink pattern you ...


The menus on your main site should link to your blog, and the menus on your blog should link to your main site. It is really that simple. Since you blog is a subdomain of your main domain, it is very easy to get Google and other search engines to view it as part of your site. See: Do subdomains help/hurt SEO?


You may consider reading this about registering your domiain so you could host your blog on your site. Regarding search engine recognition, I suggest using OG social snippets in you header, this will allow search engines and social networking site s to recognise your site more easily. Just add these taggs before the </head> tag on your site. <meta ...


Tricky one.. Clear your browser cache, start a private / incognito browsing session and go to http://www.impersonal.me Then configure your locale / language and Google engine, and search for your term.


Blogger will allow you to use blog.example.com - and I have done this successfully. It does not allow example.com/blog If you use Blogger, then your content is hosted on blogger's servers. You should take regular backups (using Google Takeout) in case anything goes wrong - but overall your security risks seem to be less on Blogger than on Wordpress ...


You are better off keeping the blog on your own domain for a vast amount of reasons but there is also no harm in using an external blog if it makes it easier for your business to manage and maintain. It is unlikely that your blog will rank above your website for the same terms (one would not expect your blog and website to be ranking for the same terms). ...


You could write a command in .htaccess file like this: Redirect 302 /folder/oldpage.html http://www.example.org/newpage.html By this whenever someone accesses http://www.example.com/folder/oldpage.html, their web browser will take them to http://www.example.org/newpage.html instead. For 301: Redirect 301 /folder/oldpage.html ...

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