Of course, it’s not Moz’s domain authority. And their algorithm is likely way off. So what is it? Is it how many links a website has? Is it the strength/power of those links? Is it the trustworthiness and prominence of its content authors? Is it the quality of its information? Is it its connection with
Google recently made some changes to their schema rules, so if you currently use it for local SEO, this is what you need to know.
In March 2017, the SEO world was shaken by a new Google update. When asked about it on Twitter, Gary Illyes, jokingly called it Fred. The name was soon used by Barry Schwartz in an article on the update, so the name stayed. Unfortunately, we never received any communication from Google representatives detailing what Fred
White label links are simply web pages that are built by another source or service that are then applied to the provider’s own brand identity. In laymen’s terms, this means that a page link is built from another party or contractor, that is then used for the provider’s own purposes and then marketed as their