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Domainnamewire: If you use Gmail, did you know that you actually have unlimited email addresses you can use? The secret is the + symbol.Let’s say your email address is me@gmail.com. By adding a plus symbol after ‘me’ you can create unlimited variations of your email address and all will be delivered to your inbox. For […]

Searchengineland: In a competitive and increasingly online environment for brands, SEO matters more than ever. One-third of U.S. consumers in 2018 started their online purchases with Google or another search tool — more than three times the number who started at retailers’ sites or apps, and second only to searches beginning at Amazon. To do well in […]

101domain: Domain registry companies create top-level domains for Internet users to use in a specific way. To ensure these domains uphold their mission and intended purpose, domain registries will develop registration requirements. For example, to register a .bot domain Amazon requires your bot to be built with one of the approved preferred bot builders. .bank domains must pass a verification process with […]

Searchengineland: Though web browsers are becoming more and more advanced, that doesn’t mean you should build websites that you know only the latest web browsers support, nor should you build websites that GoogleBot, Google’s web crawler, cannot fully crawl and index. That was the advice from Google’s John Mueller, when asked about Google’s status on […]

Searchengineland: I am watching C-SPAN right now, listening to Google CEO Sundar Pichai respond to questions to various U.S. Representatives. I sincerely believe Pichai is doing a very good job answering the questions posed to him.What is astonishing me as an SEO professional for almost 25 years (I was doing this work before Google came into the […]

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101domain: Timing is of the essence when purchasing domain names. Domain names are a very unique product in the fact that the product doesn’t exist until someone creates it with a domain registration. Many people purchase domain names with the intent of reselling them for a profit to those who were too late to the […]

Asmallorange: Domain privacy or WHOIS protection (different registrars sometimes refer to it by different names) hides the domain registrant’s personal information from the public WHOIS database.WHOIS is an organization that manages all data regarding domain registration. All registrant details are considered public information, in addition to the nameservers and other simple details regarding domain registrations […]

101domain: People often don’t know this but domain names cannot be transferred within 60 days of registration. You won’t be able to transfer a new domain to another registrar until day 61 after the domain registration. In addition, you also cannot transfer a domain name that has been transferred within the past 60 days. These 60-day domain […]

Searchengoneland: In a world where everyone’s fighting for relevance in search, technical SEO is a Swiss army knife you can use to improve your site’s usability, crawlability, indexation and ultimately rankings.But it’s easy to get lost in the weeds while working through technical SEO fixes — many SEOs reach a point of diminishing returns where […]

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Searchengineland: All year long, SEO experts share their in-depth knowledge and timely advice to help the larger search community navigate new releases and find ways to manage all kinds of challenges. Here’s a look at the ten most read columns that resonated with readers this year. Whether you’re new to SEO or have a general understanding […]

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