- May 27, 2019
Has anyone migrated from Rank Math to Yoast? Did it make a negative impact on your site? Looks like yoast has a pretty smooth transition option to go from Rank Math to Yoast which is helpful.
I sense so much impatience from your posts, man. How long do you wait until you start freaking out after an article has been published? 1 week? 2 weeks? Posts take time to age and climb the rankings.At this point, I just know the whole informational articles style getting paid via display ads isn't for me as I am struggling to barely get traffic.
Look more into https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/How can i properly learn about schema, i hate adding codes here and there. How automate it effectively?
Thank you, btw i am also getting experts to contribute via HARO, can i add them in my schema too?Look more into https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/
The problem is it's not ranking at all but indexed. My sites the ones I am talking about are like 2-3 years old. It shouldn't take 2 weeks just to get indexed. But the ones I refer to (articles) are at least 1 month old. My issue isn't that its ranking low. My issue is it's indexed but not ranking at all. And on my main site whenever I adjust my thing where I erase a few sections of certain articles I get indexed the next day right away. There are too many canonical issues I am facing.I sense so much impatience from your posts, man. How long do you wait until you start freaking out after an article has been published? 1 week? 2 weeks? Posts take time to age and climb the rankings.
When you say "experts" are these people you actually have contact with or are they personas you created?Thank you, btw i am also getting experts to contribute via HARO, can i add them in my schema too?
Or this isn't a legit activity.
Kyle Roof reckons that a website post title should be exactly the same as the url
Why not redirect the whole domain to the WWW version?What steps should I take to set this page up appropriately?
This is an excellent point.Why not redirect the whole domain to the WWW version?
The non-WWW versions shouldn't even be rendering, it should automatically get 301ed to the WWW version if someone where to land on it.
Why does the non-WWW exist?
I am using relative URLS throughout my site for internal linking. Is this okay, or should I be using absolute links, including the WWW?
You want a free option or a paid option? For free, I'd use MailerLite. Paid you can use something like Market Hero or AWeber.Which plugin/software do you guys use for newsletters? Is Mailchimp a good option, or is MailPoet better?
Do you have any recommendations?
I'm a big fan of MailerLite, super easy to use, good delivery rate. You get basic automation in the free plan too!Which plugin/software do you guys use for newsletters? Is Mailchimp a good option, or is MailPoet better?
Do you have any recommendations?
<title>Title here</title> <meta name="title" content="Title here"> <meta name="description" content="Description here.">
Separately but related, and absolutely infuriatingly, Google is appending a word to almost all of my results in Google results. And the word is not my site title! It looks like this - not my site but it looks like this site might be experiencing the same thing:
The problem is, the word it's appending is not my site title or niche! For example, if my site was about sports, I've written 30 articles about NFL, 30 articles about NBA, and 2 articles about tennis - and now Google is appending the word "Tennis" to my search results for seemingly no reason.
So I have an article with H1 and Meta-Title "Top Performing NFL Players of 2023" but it's appearing in Google results as:
"Top Performing NFL Players of 2023 - Tennis."
It's maddening. I even view source and the word Tennis appears neither on the page or in the source code. For some reason Google just appends the word "Tennis" to almost all of my pages for no reason.
Any idea why this is happening and how I could avoid it? I suspect it has a negative impact on my CTR.
Edit: The second issue started around the time of Google's most recent update. So it might be a bug or related to that? Still annoying. On the bright side my traffic has tripled since the update so it's not the end of the world, it is annoying though.
I don't use it. You do need the first, but the second is optional. I imagine any browser or API or application at this point will have at least accommodated usingNewbie to all this and was wondering if the second meta tag (<meta name="title" content="Title here">) is required/recommended at all?
<title>in addition to the meta title tag, if not completely migrated their code to it fully.
You can hire people who are willing to produce videos like this on Upwork or Fiverr.i have a question, so i want to start new channel for my site, i just single publisher that running a site, but i want to expand the channel on youtube. how to hire someone to create youtube videos for our niche, i mean, i don't want videos just slideshow about our articles, i mean real persone that can be shown on the videos.