Avoid SEO Disaster, Part 2 – Page Elements and Uptime

In the online world, things go wrong. This can happen for a variety of reasons: someone makes a mistake, Google rolls out an algorithm (again), or your server goes down. Every one of these problems will negatively affect your website SEO. Regardless of why something goes wrong, it’s also important for you to know when a problem pops up to make sure you can minimize the resulting issues as much as possible. Staying informed about errors and verifying they stay fixed with website monitoring is a great way to spot problems early, avoid indexing issues, and protect your ranking. This is part 2 of a series meant to show you…

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