Q and A: Do I need to use rel=canonical to tell Google my preferred domain?

Q and A: Do I need to use rel=canonical to tell Google my preferred domain?
I've been a reader of your blog for many years but have never submitted a question. Until now! With Google's recent changes to the algorithm, we have noticed a drop in traffic and rankings for our site (we sell ready-made crafting kits for kids). I …
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Google Update Puts Focus on Broader Website Security
A new Google update will reward websites that use HTTPS encryption. While the update will have only a minor impact on search queries initially, Google hopes to increase its influence on page ranking in the future. The update, which was announced on …
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LinkedIn's Jason Miller: What Makes a World-Class Content Strategy
Content that's put into a resource section on your website as sort of a library,that's organized by topic and searchable is what I call content waiting for its moment. This can easily be repurposed or used in campaigns when the time is right, its …
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