On-Page SEO — How To Deal With Low-Value Content
Everyone in the SEO world advises you to create top quality content regularly. This, they say, will keep Google happy. However, there’s something that many webmasters lose sight of especially as their sites get older and have hundreds of pages — To do a content audit.
Some of the pages on your site might have lost relevance. A new law might have made an article on your site totally useless. You may have created pages that have less than stellar content in the past. You may have many pages that might harm your rankings for any number of reasons.
Josh McCoy (Lead Strategist, Vizion Interactive and contributor at SearchEngineWatch) shows you how to find and deal with pages that could hurt your rankings…
1. The first step is scraping all your site’s urls. There are a number of tools that can do this.
2. Look for the following: Paginated results…
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