- Browser Statistics – July 2012
The web browser statistics have been released through July 2012. The stats are published monthly at W3CSchools.com.
Below are the web browser stats for July 2012. Continue reading “Browser Statistics – July 2012”
Happy Tuesday everyone! As usual, here’s another great tip from Matt about getting the most from your website. This week he talks a little about figuring out your website’s rankings and why that is important for your company.
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Another Tuesday, another tip! This week, Matt discusses a little bit about knowing your competition and figuring out what they are trying to rank for. This is an important step in making your website as powerful as possible. Take a minute and watch the video below!
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In 2005 at the International Conference on Computational Sciences and its Applications there was an article published titled, “On URL Normalization” by Sang Ho Lee, Sung Jin Kim, and Seok Hoo Hong. This article discussed how a search engine spider can miss a lot of information on a site due to dynamic content which is displayed using the same page for numerous pages. So they devised steps to turn these URLs into canonical URLs. This gave webmasters a way of preventing search engines from finding duplicate content when the same information is being displayed from 2 or more pages on a website. As well as give a website the ability to mark a page as unique because of some extra variables in the URL. Allowing the search engines to take the Canonical URL tags and suggest that it bypass a page due to it being duplicated on another page, or highlight a page and make sure it gets crawled. Continue reading “Canonical URLS: Normalization of URLS by Greg”