404 error NEWS

I Got 99 Problems, But Drupal Crawl Errors Ain't One!

Keep your website crawl error free using these modules

Crawl errors are the bane of every digital marketer-- they seemingly pop up over night and their numbers grow exponentially. Luckily for Drupal marketers there a number of techniques you can use to minimize the number of crawl errors that occur and more easily resolve these types of crawl errors on your website. However, before we get started, let's first review a few common crawl errors that you're likely to run into:

A Drupal SEO Expert and a Drupal Developer Hit the Mat
Responding to Drupal developer pushbacks to Drupal SEO requirements
Ben Finklea Wed, 08/23/2017 - 14:01
While Drupal developers and marketers have much in common—we both want stylish, high-performing websites—in some areas our goals are different. Find out how both can get what they want.
Drupal 8 Migration SEO Success: Start with a Plan
Free Whitepaper Offers Keys to a Great Drupal 8 SEO Website Transition
Ben Finklea Thu, 08/10/2017 - 08:43

 “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” Benjamin Franklin

This age-old advice from Benjamin Franklin is applicable in many situations but is a clear truth when you are upgrading or migrating your website to Drupal 8. The fact is: if you do not plan for SEO in your website transition, you will see a drop in Google rankings and traffic.

Drupal SEO Tutorial: How to Set Up 301 Redirects Ben Finklea Fri, 11/05/2010 - 12:08
Changing your website URLs can cause problems: people who bookmarked the page can’t find it again, search engines are baffled when your content is now missing, and people or websites that link to your pages now have broken links. Not good problems to have with your website content. You would think that the best advice, then, would be to never change your URLs. The reality is, however, that there are many legitimate reasons that a URL needs to be changed: • Companies acquire websites and need to move content.
SEO Terminology for Beginners: A - Z Ben Finklea Wed, 03/17/2010 - 10:30
If you are trying to search engine-optimize your website, you need to understand the following terms in the SEO Terminology for Beginners: A - Z.