Easy website updating

You can manually insert the code if you have access to the header file by implementing the noindex, follow code as above.

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There’s nothing like getting into the nitty gritty of your site to find any problem areas.

You need to know what search engines like and don't like about your site.

Use the Find and Replace box (ctrl F) to search the text. When this happens, try doing this: These are a few things that may cause issues with matches, so be sure to check yours with vigilance.

Hit "next" and go to the next match, where you'll grab the three relevant columns and stick them next to the text you copied. After you’ve done this process once, you’ll need to rinse and repeat for the other sheets to match up all your Meta Descriptions, Canonical Tags, Word Counts, etc.

Now that we’ve done all the crawls, we need to open up the XLS spreadsheet called "Final Crawled Test Site" from Screaming Frog. First, delete the row across the top named "Internal HTML".

Then do the same for number "2," if this is a blank row.

Now that you have the test site’s Page Titles next to the current site’s Page Titles, you can highlight the duplicates. You’ll need to manually move things around and get them in the right place.

Highlight both Title 1 columns and go to Conditional Formatting Duplicate Values. I go about this by looking at the Page Title 1 closest to the left, (the one from the test site) then copy the text.

This can help you spot any problems areas, in addition to enabling you to see which areas must be retained. Sometimes it’s worth checking more, but these are top-level checks: Using your Screaming Frog data, I advise checking the following: This stage is simple; yet it’s the point where many redesigns go awry.

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