Take Back Your Lost Links

Take Back Your Lost Links
I often see companies who have changed domains, and a few years later, when their old domain expires, it causes a drop in rankings and traffic. This is because they have lost the links from the old website that they thought had been permanently redirected.
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Bing to follow Google in rewarding mobile-friendly websites
Around 60 percent of online traffic is now generated by mobile devices, according to a report published in mid-2014 by research firm ComScore. That report pointed specifically to digital media … With Bing following suit, the search engine is putting …
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