SEO: Building a 301 Redirect Strategy

When a site’s URLs change, 301 redirects are crucial to preserve and grow natural search performance. Organic search rankings depend in large part on link authority: the quantity and quality of links from other sites to your own. That link authority boosts individual pages on your site. When the URLs for those pages change, the
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PhotoMIX-Company / Pixabay In building websites and applications, part of our job as a web development company is to ensure the continuity of our products across a multitude of web browsers. We thought we’d take a moment to offer a high-level overview of the major web browsers on the market today: Google Chrome Launched in
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We’re pretty sure all the hackers and tinkerers and makers out there were a tiny bit of a pyromaniac in their youth. That’s what makes this week’s Hack Chat so exciting: we’re talking about Hacking With Fire. Our guest for this week’s Hack Chat will be [Brice Farrell], who, like most of us, has been
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Slack has unveiled new features aimed at attracting a wider audience of enterprise customers, including enhanced security, compliance and admin controls. The company has made a concerted effort to court large businesses since the launch of its Enterprise Grid product last year. And during its second annual Frontiers event in San Francisco last week, Slack
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Each week, technology reporters and columnists from The New York Times review the week’s news, offering analysis and maybe a joke or two about the most important developments in the tech industry. Want this newsletter in your inbox? Sign up here. Hello, readers! I’m Farhad Manjoo, your technology columnist — and more important for our
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Parents complained that the EBSCO database for students included pornography. Parents are claiming a major victory after one of the largest school districts in Colorado acknowledged last Friday it has discontinued purchasing or using any products for students from EBSCO, a company parents claim embeds pornography in its databases marketed for unsuspecting school children across
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With the launch of the new Gmail earlier this year, many questioned the future of Inbox, the company’s experimental email client. Today, Google announced that Inbox by Gmail will be discontinued next year. According to Fast Company, Inbox will shut down by March 2019. Google has since confirmed, adding that it’s taking a “more focused
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(Credit: sergey causelove, Shutterstock / sergey causelove) Back in June, at WWDC 2018, Apple’s senior VP Craig Federighi made the jaw-dropping announcement that iOS apps are coming to the Mac with the MacOS 10.14 Mojave upgrade. Well, the first four of these iOS apps have been announced, and they’re, not surprisingly, native ones. There’s Apple
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By Judie Plumley. Take the lowly pain patient. Generally, we are middle aged or a bit older, we are just normal people that something bad happened to. Different causes of pain demand different patients. Many of us do well for years on our medications, until the government comes along and takes away the only lifeline
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(Credit: Tom McNamara/Download.com) Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) brought the surprise announcement that Apple is opening up CarPlay to more third-party developers, and the company even teased Google Maps (iOS, Android) and Waze (iOS, Android). Here’s everything we know about the new apps coming to CarPlay this fall, as Apple prepares to unleash the September
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