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How can I see what pages are indexed in Google?


There are a few ways you could do this. From the front of Google you can search  ‘site:yourwebsitedomain.com’ and Google will show you the number of pages indexed. From Google…

How is a domain rating measured?


Domain Rating is a measure of your site’s backlink profile by SEO tool Ahrefs. The tool measure the backlinks based on the number of links from one site, the domain…

How do I know what results page number my site appears on?

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There are many SEO tools out there that can track and report on your search results. One easy place for you to look is Google Search Console. In the performance…

What is a google analytics session and what information can I get from it?


A Google Analytics ‘session’ is the time frame given to a specific user on your website in a given time frame. The default time in Google Analytics is 30 minutes…

What is a domain rating?


Domain Rating is a metric measure by SEO tool Ahrefs. The rating is a number from 1-100 that gives a website a rank based on its backlink profile. It’s an…

What are Majestic’s fresh and historic indexes?


Majestic is a great SEO tool that we love. Their Fresh and Historic indexes list a vast catalogue of backlinks and show how the internet is linked together. The Historic…

What are crawl stats?


Crawl statistics show you how many pages have been crawled and indexed by Google. The best place to view this data is in your Google Search Console dashboard. They also…

What are Canonical tags?

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Canonical tags help search engines understand whether or not a URL is the master page or a copy of it. This helps to stop search engines like Google from indexing…

How do you turn off Google Analytics?


To stop Google Analytics working on your site, either uninstall the plugin with your UA code added to or remove the Google Analytics code from your websites header code altogether.…

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