When it comes to URL structure and SEO, there can be a lot of confusion and debate.Â To help, Brian Dean, Founder ofÂ Backlinko and I, CEO ofÂ Ignite Visibility, compiled tips drawn from commonly shared wisdom and accepted advice.
From URL length to keyword usage to canonical issues to folders to status codes, itâ€™s all listed in this infographic. We hope you enjoy this resource.
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About The Author
John Lincoln is CEO of Ignite Visibility, a digital marketing teacher at the University of California San Diego and author of the book Digital Influencer, A Guide to Achieving Influencer Status Online. Throughout his career, Lincoln has worked with hundreds of websites, ranging from start-ups to household names, and has won awards in SEO, CRO, analytics and Social Media. In the media, Lincoln has been featured on sites such as Forbes, Entrepreneur Magazine, Inc. Magazine, CIO magazine and more.