New answers tagged

0

They mean the same if you follow HTML5’s definitions: HTML5’s definition of the link type nofollow is: The nofollow keyword indicates that the link is not endorsed by the original author or publisher of the page, or that the link to the referenced document was included primarily because of a commercial relationship between people affiliated with the ...


2

The same as rel="nofollow" in a link (apart from the fact the the meta tag would be page wide rather than on a per link basis) Yes, same as rel="nofollow", except the nofollow in the meta tag applies to all the links on the page. Or does the meta tag version refer to wether robots should crawl the links on the page, rather than if they pass 'link ...


0

You have a very competitive keyword so it'll take some time, providing you get it right. On top of the notes everyone else has suggested, I think you need to get a robots.txt file generated to ensure search engines know that they're allowed to crawl your website. Then get an XML sitemap of your pages generated and submitted to Google Webmaster Tools. ...


0

Hi I have gone through your website and noticed it's single page website. What I will suggest you to add more pages on your website as with single page website you can't target many keywords. Google also prefer those sites in search results which have multiple pages with good amount of content. Also the keywords you are trying to rank "data strategy", "the ...


0

Do you know the Google Webmaster Tools ? https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/home Submit your website then you will have better overview/control on the seo.


1

You don't see your website when you search for "data strategy", "the data strategy", "thedatastrategy" that's because there are other websites with stronger domain authority who are targeting these keywords. You have to do proper SEO for your website using these keywords to show your website on first page when someone types these keywords.If you do ...


1

We have been getting these kinds of questions lately. And it can be confusing if you do not know the facts or principles behind search matches. Google may not always use the description meta-tag for all searches, however, you can control whether the description meta-tag is shown much of the time. How effective this is, depends upon your crafting the ...



Top 50 recent answers are included