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Do you really need Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)?

Do you really need Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)?

When you’re browsing the internet and a page lags, it can be extremely off-putting and so, you exit and find something else. Accelerated Mobile Pages, (AMP for short), is a factor of speedier pages. In 2015, Google announced that non-mobile-friendly sites will be affected by their new algorithm.

Although AMP pages are not vital for SEO, page load time is a ranking factor and will affect the user’s experience. Therefore, Google saw it fit to ensure that all sites moved towards AMP pages.

In this article, you’ll find out more about Google AMP Pages, including how they work, the advantages and disadvantages, and whether or not you really need Accelerated Mobile Pages in 2021.

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How to Get Your Business on Google Maps: 4 Reasons Google Maps Is Not Showing Your Business

How to Get Your Business on Google Maps: 4 Reasons Google Maps Is Not Showing Your Business

Is Google Maps not showing your business? If so, there are four probable causes you should be aware of:

  • Your Google My Business (GMB) listing is unverified.
  • Your Google Maps business listing fails to exert location authority.
  • Google suspended your GMB listing.
  • Your business relocated, but you neglected to update its location.

Read on to learn more about these four issues, how to resolve them, and how to get business on Google Maps. After reading this article, you should understand how to use Google Map for business.

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Ultimate Guide To 301 Redirects

Ultimate Guide To 301 Redirects

When you understand how to properly use 301 redirects, you have the opportunity to seriously improve your brand’s SEO. There are some really great 301 redirect tactics that everyone should know to get better results. In this guide, we’re going to go over everything you need to know about 301 redirects.

Before getting started, we should explain what a 301 redirect is. This is essentially a status code that alerts search engines that a permanent redirect has been put in place. When search engines come across the redirect status code they will remove the old URLs and domains from their index. Once the redirect is in place, the new URL will be recognized by the search engine.

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It’s Time to Rethink Google PageSpeed Insights Scores

It's Time to Rethink Google PageSpeed Insights Scores

Google PageSpeed Insights is based on a score of 100, so many people try their best to hit that goal with SEO content and perfect web design. However, this “search engine optimization technique” doesn’t guarantee higher rankings because the “out of 100” number doesn’t matter.

Optimized at the Speed of Site

The algorithms that Google operates with definitely take the speed of your site into account. The search engine doesn’t try to hide that, but it doesn’t mean that this site speed affects your optimized content.

As of May 28, 2020 certain user statistics are partially responsible for your PageSpeed Insights. Labelled as “core web vitals” these statistics range from the loading times on your pages to how interactive your website is. Basically, it’s the user experience.

While that’s obviously important, how much this impacts your Insights doesn’t detract from other website necessities. To be more specific, the quality of your content will always be the biggest factor of ranking.

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Things You Must Know Before Buying Expired Domains

Things You Must Know Before Buying Expired Domains

When it comes to finding a profitable side hustle, many people are turning to domain flipping. Not only is this a great way to make some extra money, but it’s also very easy to do as well. You don’t need a master’s degree to figure out how to make money in the domain flipping business. Many people are making anywhere from $50 to $100 in profit per domain they sell.

How is this business profitable? Many people buy a domain, but either grow tired of it or don’t have the money to continue hosting it. After a domain expires, the owner has 30 days to renew it. If they choose not to renew it, the domain will go into a domain registrar where people can bid on it.

The bidding normally takes place for 7 days and goes to the highest bidder. When you place high bids, it’s very easy to buy expired domains. This allows people to grab many good domains, some have even been around for over a decade.

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