Chat with us, powered by LiveChat
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur.
Contact us now +1128 5255 8454
[email protected]

Instagram Feed

August 2021

Let’s cut to the chase: yes, redirecting URLs will affect your site rankings in search engines. But whether the effect is good or bad depends on when, where, and how you redirect. When executed correctly, you can change, remove, or even combine URLs and not only prevent a drop in rankings but actually gain traffic from organic search. On the other hand, redirect a URL incorrectly, and you could lose all the authority from that page, causing you to drop in rankings and succumb to competitors. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Before we discuss the different types of redirects, domain-level redirects, and methods for implementation,

You don’t have to be a finance professional to appreciate the value of a good ROI. Take, for example, the insular economy of a kid’s lemonade stand: the water’s free because their parents pay the water bill. Lemons cost around .50 each, and a bag of sugar costs less than $3. That’s low overhead, and kids can make a killing selling cups of lemonade at $1 each. Your company’s finances are more complicated than those of a lemonade stand, but the principle is the same. To make a good return on your investment, you need to make more than a dollar on each dollar