SEO

Switch To HTTPS

Switch To HTTPS For Free With WordPress & CloudFlare

Sorry for not posting in a while, I’ve been really busy! But here goes…. I’ve just switched to HTTPS the second of my own sites that I’ve made the switch with. Often a lot of people make a big deal about how hard it is and the potential issues with doing so, but with WordPress it really isn’t and if you don’t want to fork up the £30-50 a year for the certificate, you don’t …

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Accelerated Mobile Pages

WordPress & Accelerated Mobile Pages

Accelerated Mobile Pages are the new SEO “hype”, and it’s easy to implement, but there’s literally nothing easier than implementing it on WordPress and there is no reason that everyone running a WordPress website shouldn’t have it. What AMP does is literally as the name describes, it makes your website a lot faster on mobile devices, so why wouldn’t you give your user that better experience. On top of that Google are constantly trying to …

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low cost holidays

Low Cost Holidays: How Not To Go Into Administration

So as most of you may be aware the company Low Cost Holidays went into administration around about July 2016. This also included there other businesses such as lowcostbeds.com, lowcostaviation.com and lowcosttravelgroup.com. The thing is, Low Cost Holidays where a purely online holiday selling people flights, hotels and just about any holiday extra you can think of, and I don’t know any of the details as to why they went into administration but they did. …

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Best Way To Solve Duplicate Content? 301 or Canonical

Best Way To Solve Duplicate Content? 301 or Canonical

Which is a better solution for duplicate content? Using a canonical tag, or a 301 redirect? A canonical tag tells Google which page you want to predominately be ranking but it allows users to still visit the page. A 301 redirect however will just redirect the user to an appropriate page, not allowing them to read any of the content or see the page at all.