All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Errors’

Cutts On 404s Vs. 410s: Webmasters Shoot Often Themselves In The Foot

Google’s latest Webmaster Help video, unlike the one before it, is very webmaster oriented. In it, Matt Cutts discusses how Google handles 404s versus how it handles 410s. “Whenever a browser or Googlebot asks for a page, the web server sends back a status code,” he says. ‘200 might mean everything went totally fine. 404 means the page was not …

Read More

Dear Pinterest: Can We Talk?

I like Pinterest. I really do. But, I have this fear for the old girl. See, there is a rule in marketing that goes like this: If your product is bad, awesome marketing will only kill your business that much faster. Pinterest is among the Top Ten social media sites now. It may be so popular right now that they …

Read More