You’ve invested long and hard hours to generate website copy that generates leads and gets your company discovered on the first page of major search engines. What do you do if another person or company copies your content? Read this blog post to find out what you can when this happens.
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Copy plays a crucial part in a website. The graphics play an important part as well in establishing the feeling a visitor gets when they visit your website, but good copy is what sells your product or service. Not only does good copy sell, but it can help with your search engine rankings as well. Writing good copy takes time, and you can’t just whip it up in a few seconds. It requires thought. Copywriters… continue reading »
Say what, Willis? A .htaccess file is a file stored on your server that can redirect URL’s. For example, I have mrtechnique.com redirected to www.mrtechnique.com. Google treats these two URL’s as different pages with duplicate content, and they frown on websites with duplicate content. If you get a new website designed with different page names or even a completely different URL, you can also use your .htaccess file to redirect your old URL’s to the… continue reading »