Crawl Rate. This is a number of requests per second made to a website by Googlebot during the crawling process. Google’s algorithms decide the crawl rate for a site and are designed to not overwhelm the website server. Along with the crawl demand, the crawl rate is the essential part of the crawl budget.
So one of those interesting stories that comes back to us is, once in a while we have this client who’s gonna reach out to us, ask about technical SEO, but then during a call or during like a face-to-face conversation, he’s gonna ask us about some things we do to rank well, to get… Read More »
You need international SEO when you’re targeting more than one market. It may be an obvious statement, but it gets quite complicated. If you’re in Germany, but all of a sudden you want to start selling to the French as well, or Poland for that matter, you need to translate your website. This creates a… Read More »
International SEO can go hand in hand with other marketing channels to help your business to expand in new markets and allow your users to find the correct version of your website. Here are seven tips to help get you started. 1: implement hreflang attributes. This allows Google to show the right version to the… Read More »
International SEO is the branch of SEO devoted to optimizing websites in order for search engines to recognize which country and language your website is targeting. Here are four examples of major brands getting international SEO wrong. Number one: Target.com misses the bullseye in Mexico. Target.com ships to three countries: the US, Canada and Mexico.… Read More »