SEO Definitions

This category will define every perspective SEO definitions which users can use it for their benefit.

Alexa Robots.txt

Robots.txt A robots.txt file can be used to restrict access by crawlers to your entire website or to areas of your website. When properly used, the robots.txt file prevents search engines from indexing contact forms, duplicate content, and other pages of your site that shouldn’t be indexed. However, a mis-configured[…]

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Alexa Too Many Links

Too Many Links Putting too many links on a given page may negatively impact on how search engines assess the quality of the page, and can make your site harder to navigate.   Recommendations As a general rule of thumb, keep the number of pages with more than 100 links[…]

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Alexa Duplicate Meta Descriptions

Duplicate Meta Descriptions Duplicate meta descriptions for multiple URLs on your website can reduce traffic from search engines. Learn More Because meta descriptions are often used in the context snippets that appear in search results, duplicate or vague descriptions in your HTML headers may lead to low click-throughs to your[…]

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Alexa Duplicate Content

Duplicate Content Duplicate content across different URLs on your website leads to poor placement in search results. Search engine crawlers follow links, capture content, and attempt to index all known URLs on your site. When multiple URLs serve the same page, search engines waste resources collecting and processing identical content.[…]

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Alexa Long URLs

Long URLs Most search engines display URLs in search results. If a URL is too long, people doing searches will see a truncated version and you might miss an opportunity to get them to click. In addition, shorter URLs are easier for users to share on social services such as[…]

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Alexa Page Not Found

Page Not Found A good ‘Page Not Found’ error page lets your visitors know that the page does not exist, navigates them back into your site, and helps them find what they were looking for. A good error page also lets search engine crawlers know that the page does not[…]

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Alexa Dead End Pages

Dead End Pages Dead end pages — pages with no links on them — require a visitor to click the back button in order to stay on your website. You should make it as easy as possible for visitors to stay on your site. Recommendations Add links into your site[…]

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Alexa Broken Links

Broken Links A broken link on your website undermines the user experience, wastes the resources of search engine crawlers, and can affect your placement in search engines. Recommendations Fix all the broken links listed below. In addition to broken links, this report identifies other broken URLs we identified in our[…]

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