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For 20 links, you are not going to notice a speed difference with any of those methods. None of them are going to add significant overhead. There is significant overhead added by PHP and WordPress to run your site. The redirects are not going to impact performance at all. For a very large quantity of redirects (thousands), individual rewrite rules ...
I am starting to think I did something incredibly wrong! Did I? Probably not. Can this be fixed and how? This may not be the answer you want to hear, but it should fix itself over time. Whenever you change the URL structure or content of your site in a significant way (and changing what Google perceives as your landing page counts as ...
An easy fix is to put the actual home page on the home page and stop redirecting.
Actually, there is a way to tell which plugins may be the problem. The P3 plugin (ironically, written by GoDaddy) can be used to generate a report of what each plugin is doing in terms of runtime. Longer run times will usually correlate with more resources consumed and give you some initial guidance on which plugins to examine first.
The h1 tag is the most important header on the page, it should subsequently provide the most overall and relevant heading for the content on the page. If you were to use the name of your website/business as the h1 on every page of your website, this is useless to a search engine and a human. There is no science behind it, just logical structure, as with ...
Option 2. The reason is simple. You are trying to rank your content on a page by page basis and not each page for your website name. That will not do you any good. Each page has to compete on it's own in the search engine result page (SERP) and that means that you must signal what is important for that page. Follow the headline read order method where the ...
Perform a 301 redirect. Since both your websites are using wordpress platform, install this plugin, https://wordpress.org/plugins/simple-301-redirects/ (the best out there) Install the plugin in your old wordpress site and redirect the urls you want to the new website. Thus you wont loose your visitors nor be penalized by Search engines. Note: You need to ...
[Disclosure: I run Product Management for Hosting at GoDaddy and am the acting PM on our Managed WordPress product] Based on your question and feedback we have made a few changes to our settings: Bot rate-limiting has been raised from 3 requests / second to 15 requests / second. Bot rate-limiting now excludes static files. Only dynamic, un-cached ...
429 errors are: 429 Too Many Requests The 429 status code indicates that the user has sent too many requests in a given amount of time ("rate limiting"). The response representations SHOULD include details explaining the condition, and MAY include a Retry-After header indicating how long to wait before making a new request. Most web hosts ...
There are many WordPress plugins that will do redirects for you. I use the Quick Page Post Redirect Plugin which adds an Admin page where you can list the redirects. I also use the True Google 404 plugin that uses site search to try to resolve error URLs and keeps a list of any error URLs so that you can add redirects for them.
I don't know what you mean by "current hosting issues", but if any, you should report to your provider. About the question, I understand what is your problem and I had the same question too in the past. In my case I installed Wordpress inside a folder called /news, as it was the purpose of the blog, to act as the news platform of the main site. In terms of ...
When you verify the 'www' prefix and the 'non-www' prefix using the same Webmaster Tools account, the verification file you download from Webmaster Tools is the same for both. So you only need to upload the single file, then you can verify both.
Use an alternative verification method. For example, DNS TXT record ("Domain Name Provider").
You don't need to verify both versions, The best you can do as per the SEO guidelines, 301 Redirect non-www to www using you .htaccess file. Once you are done with doing that do to the webmaster and only enter the URL with www to verify, Once verified you can select the preferred version of your domain to be with www. If you want to keep the non-www as ...
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