Technical SEO

Technical SEO is an important part of Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Technical SEO is the process of optimizing the website to achieve higher search rankings. It is mainly focusing on the Crawlability, Site Structure, Indexation, Canonicalization, Hreflang, Site Speed, Mobile-Friendly, HTTPS status codes, Broken links Sitemaps, Robots.txt, Meta title & description length and rendering phase of the websites.

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What is On-Site (On-Page) and Off-Site (Off-Page) SEO?

What is On-Site (On-Page) and Off-Site (Off-Page) SEO?

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The Process of optimizing content and HTML source code of the web pages is called as on-site SEO and The Process of optimizing that can impact the position of a website in the search engine results page(SERPs) is called as off-site SEO.

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What is an SEO Friendly URLs and Best Permalink Structure for WordPress?

What is an SEO Friendly URLs and Best Permalink Structure for WordPress?

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It means that the URLs should be human as well as search engine readable format or structure. SEO Friendly URLs are an important and also a key SEO factor.

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What is Canonicalization? and Cross-Domain Content Duplication.

What is Canonicalization? and Cross-Domain Content Duplication.

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Canonicalization is the process of avoiding duplicate content on websites pages. A canonical tag is a way of telling search engines that a specific URLs represents the original copy of a page.

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What is the Difference Between Absolute and Relative URLs?

What is the Difference Between Absolute and Relative URLs?

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Internal Linking is one of the Google SEO factors. URLs Structure should be two types those are absolute URLs Structure and relative URLs Structure.

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How to Flush The Rewrite Rules or URL’s or permalinks in WordPress Dashboard?

How to Flush The Rewrite Rules or URL’s or permalinks in WordPress Dashboard?

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WordPress will always flush the Rewrite URL’s or permalinks whenever you update your permalink structure. simply update your permalinks.

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